Fishing was complete oppisite Saturday to Sunday. Saturday the fishing was pretty slow. Some cusk and a few nice haddock. Sunday on the other hand was a very good day of fishing. A lot of big haddock, some nice cod and even some nice pollock. What a difference a day makes. I had a little trouble uploading a few photos from the last couple days. But I got them. Including the 24.5 lb cusk that the young Lady caught.
A good day of fishing was reported by Capt. John. They had some nice haddock and cod. One young Lady was lucky enough to land a 23lb cusk. The fish was brought to shore and measured up to be entered into the Governors cup Fish tournament.
Capt. Rob reports that they had a good day. It was rough out there to start the day. Once again it was mostly haddock, caught on bait. And big ones at that. The last couple hours the Anglers with Jigs did very well putting some cod aboard.and even some nice pollock.
Capt. Rob reported some good action. Lots of small haddock to pick through, but those that stayed with it had some nice keepers.
Slow day of fishing today. Capt. John reported that there just wasn’t much of a bite. Some nice haddock and cod, were put aboard. Lets hope for a better day tomorrow.
The Yankee freedom returned from Cashes ledge Monday night after having a fantastic trip.We decided to give Cashes a try after having a couple very slow trips on Fippennies, and it paid off. The morning started off on the slow side with a lot of turd pollock. That changed pretty quickly. Capt. Rob and Capt. Ryan found the fish and the bite was on the rest of the trip. They reported a 50/50 mix of cod and pollock. Plenty of big pollock and market size cod. Everyone was more than happy getting off the boat. Great trip !!!
Another good day of fishing. Again more haddock than cod. Watch for the report from our overnight trip that returned Monday night.
A much better day of fishing. Some big haddock and some nice cod. Amazing the difference a day makes.
It was another one of those slow days. Two boats out, with the same results. Some nice haddock and a few cod, but not the fishing we hope to see. Seems as though those flat calm days just don’t produce an active bite. Plenty of fish on the machine, but they just weren’t interested in biting.
Capt. Rob summed up yesterdays fishing in one word. Slow. Like everyday they put fish on the boat, just not the amount we like to see. Once again it was all haddock, and some big ones. Plenty of fish on the machine, they just didn’t want to bite.