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Marathon 7/21/2022

We are still fishing defensive areas where dogfish are less prevalent.  The Haddock fishing over all has been very productive.  However, on Thursday we did catch more of thr delicious Ocean Perch than our normal ratio.  We also returned more shorts than normal.

Marathon 7/14/2022

On the marathon trip: Haddock were sucking down clams like tourists gulping down oysters at the half shell raw bar!

Saturday Full Day Fishing 7/9/2022

On Saturday the Haddock were slamin the clams hard!

Marathon 7/7/2022

Nice big Haddock and Cusk were caught on thursday, although overall landings were down due to tide and dogfish issues.


Caught on jig today!! “Battle ensued on the surface and we captured it. He put his time in, many trips over the last few years always talking about how he wants to catch a porbeagle like the ones I showed him… and he earned it.” – Mate Matt

4th of July Half Day Fishing!

1 stop Haddock slamathon!  4th of July afternoon half day trip!

July 3, 2022 Half Day Trips!

4 hour long drift with big haddock coming up

Come get your haddock!

Currently we are continuing to target Haddock, while avoiding dogfish as much as is humanly possible.

Saturday 6/25/2022

We have been doing our best to avoid the dogfish.  Luckily there are a lot of nice big haddock around this year.

Summer Solstice Trip

The Summer Solstice trip was wild. Started out kind of normal until, second stop a great white swam under the bow, having just eaten one of our pollock. The Great white was as wide as a chevy 454 crate engine, and we estimate it was approximately 18 feet in length. On the third stop the…


In the last few days a second wave of dogfish has pushed into the waters from the north. We have shifted to fishing our defensive areas where dogfish tend to be not as prevalent. We are getting some nice big haddock every trip.

The haddock are on the move and we are following them.  The last few trips we have had some great stops and some slow stops.  Every day we see some real nice sized ones.