Our Trips

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May 23, 2015

Fishing still really good…plenty of fish to catch.
Availability update:
Monday May 25th Marathon- 6 spots left
Tuesday May 26th all day trip- plenty of room
Thursday May 28th all day trip- plenty of room
Sunday May 31st-plenty of room

Cap

May 18, 2015

Sound like a broken record, but very good fishing continues. Some very big haddock today to go with the pollock. Apologies to those of you that have dropped calls with me the past few days, I now have a new phone so it shouldn’t happen again.
Cap

May 16, 2015

Plenty of haddock and pollock

May 15, 2015

Haddock limit with 100 Pollock to go with them. Seeing more Pollock by the day. Next available trip is Monday May 18th Marathon and Tuesday May 19th all day trip!

Cap

May 12, 2015

Weather has been great and there’s plenty of fish…
Four spots left on Friday May 15th Marathon
Plenty of room on Monday May 18th Marathon

Cap

May 10, 2015

Still plenty of haddock for everyone and more and more Pollock showing up by the day.
Cap

May 8th, 2015

Plenty of fish…weather looks great the next few days.

Availability:
Wednesday May 13th and Thursday May 15th all day trips 7:00am-3:30pm have plenty of room
Friday May 15th Marathon 5:00am-5:00pm has plenty of room as well

Call the office to book (603) 929-1995

Cap

May 4, 2015

Plenty of haddock and reds…few Pollock starting to show.
Availability update:
Saturday May 9th all day trip
Sunday May 10th all day trip
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (May 12, 13, & 14) all day trips have plenty of room
Friday May 15th marathon still has room
Call the office to book…weather look great! (603) 929-1995
Cap

May 3, 2015

My take on the first three trips:
I’ll start by saying that I don’t agree with the regulations that have been bestoed upon us and I will continue to lobby against them until I die or they are changed. That being said, we have easily caught our haddock limit on all of our strips so far this season. We caught over 100 haddock today, and by last years 21 inch regs, we would only have been able to keep about 10 of them. Similar percentages apply to the first two trips. On average about a dozen cod were thrown back that would have been keepers. I think we have targeted more reds, cunners, and cuck in the past three seasons, but hey white meat is white meat and Capt. Les Eastman reports that “cod are wormy anyways.” Tuna Frank and Jimmy said they caught more on the first trip then they did in four trips last season. You guys think they were complaining about last years regs, or my piloting skills? Its been an excellent three days.
Cap

Saturday May 9th all day trip 7:00am-3:30pm has a few spots left
Sunday May 10th all day trip 7:00am-3:30pm has plenty of room
Wednesday May 13th is now a regular all day trip 7:00am-3:30pm and not a marathon

May 1, 2015

Well, first trip is under our belt and one positive of the new regs is that the 17 inch size limit for haddock pretty much assures that all anglers will get their limit. We’ll just have to target more reds, cusk and Pollock, which is what we did. Couldn’t ask for a better day, or a better bunch of guys to open up the season. Next three days are full, but Tuesday May 5th all day trip 7:00am-3:30pm and Wednesday May 6th Marathon 5am-5pm still have plenty of room. Next weekend- Saturday May 9th 10 spots just opened up and Sunday May 10th has plenty of room…call the office to book (603) 929-1995
Cap