Our Trips

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October 26, 2014

Chris Muns is a representative from Hampton, NH that is currently running for a state Senate position. When no one else seemed to show any interest in our crisis on the ocean, Chris has tugged on various legislative coat tails in the state to get our issues addressed. With his help, myself and other charter companies in the seacoast have had direct personal interaction with the Governors office-both Senators offices, Congresswoman Carol Sea Porter’s office, along with other local authorities interested in hearing our story. Without him, we would still be spinning our wheels. Now we at least have our foot in the door and are being heard.On behalf of recreational fisherman and the Yellow Bird, I would like to thank him for his support, and endorse his campaign. Good Luck Chris.
Cap

October 25, 2014

Hey Guys,
We are going to try and get a few more trips in this year, and catch a few haddock when the season opens up November 1st. We will start with that first weekend and continue on if there is angler interest. So as of now, there are 5 trips left…Monday 27th, Friday 31st, Saturday November 1st, Sunday November 2nd, and Monday November 3rd. If these trips fill we will add a few more. We will continue to target big pollock.
Cap

October 21, 2014

All Day Trip (7:00am-3:30pm)- Saturday October 25th still has room
Marathons (5:00am-5:00pm)- October 24th, 27th and 31st…all still have room

Call the office to book (603) 929-1995

October 11, 2014

Good Pollock again, all giants. Next open boat is Sunday October 19th all day trip 7:00am-3:30pm… call the office to book (603) 929-1995
Cap

October 10, 2014

Don’t all call at once, but the Pollock bite was good enough for Mike (Jamaica) Douglas to catch a bunch. I think he just needed to get away from the back of the boat. Very few trips left, and its boatyard time again.
Cap

October 9, 2014

Hey Guys,
The Govener is coming to the State Pier for a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday October 13th I believe at 9:00am, that is the scuttlebutt around town anyway. If any of you get a chance, come down and ask some questions, like “great facility, who is going to use it next year?” Bring family and friends, the more the merrier. I fish and I vote.

Cap

October 6, 2014

We should have caught more fish today, for some reason a little finicky. Big Dan Burrows boated 18 of them, when I questioned him on the amount, he said ” I could cut off his big toe if he was lying.” Honest Bob confirmed it.

*Availability update:
Friday October 10th marathon still has room
Sunday October 12th all day (7:00am-3:30pm) has room
Monday October 13th Marathon has six spots left

Bring blue teasers…we are Pollock fishing

Cap

September 24, 2014

Steady bite on very large Pollock today. Saturday (tomorrow’s) all day trip needs more anglers if anyone is interested and Monday’s Marathon has some openings at this time. No winds over 10kts thru Monday.
Cap

September 23, 2014

Hey Guys,
Here is a number for Sarah Holmes at Jean Shahean’s office (603) 647-7500. Any and all who are frustrated with the current fishing regulations imposed by NMFS should call and voice their opinion either by phone or via email. Ladies and out of state anglers, it would be nice to have your input also. Let them know how you feel about losing your rights to possess haddock and cod, while the commercial industry can still do so. Let them know how much you spend when you come to the NH Seacoast to visit and fish. It may be as simple as not being able to enjoy fishing with your family and friends…let them know! Hell, tell them if you can’t catch them you won’t buy them. If enough of us call they will have no choice but to address the issue, at the very least they will have to think about addressing it. I’m merely a fisherman, and don’t pay much attention to politics, I’m open for your suggestions.
Cap

September 21, 2014

Hey Guys,
Pretty breezy the last few days, seas were a bit knarly also. Pollock bite was good Friday and Saturday, but we couldn’t get anything going today. Plenty to see on the sounder, but they taste better when they’re in the boat not under it. Wednesdays marathon is lite and Friday is full. Saturdays all day trip September 27th also has plenty of room.

Cap