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2017 Is Here

Posted by ljdennis362[email protected] on June 7, 2017 at 6:50 AM Comments comments (95)
Hopefully the winter will finally leave the area this weekend. We are excited to get going with our new addition of a 300 horsepower Yamaha. This provides us with fuel efficiency as well as allowed us to drop our charter rates. For a more up to date blog please visit our Facebook page as we routinely post photos. Thank you, Captain Larry

Fishing Has Been Great

Posted by [email protected] on August 7, 2013 at 9:05 AM Comments comments (1)

Been a long time since the last update. We have been very sucessful in the offshore fishing catagory catching several Cod and Haddock.

 

The past two trips we have hooked up to SHARKS while tuna fishing. The most recient one was a Charter booked by my Co-Worker Dave Anderson with His Daughter Helen And Son Phil we caught a 10 Ft Blue Shark that I estimate weighed 200-250 lbs. I think his kids were pretty Psyched to see a huge Shark up close at the boat like that. They are the ones who took all the photos for the website. Thank You Anderson Family.

SEA TRIALS COMPLETE

Posted by [email protected] on June 22, 2012 at 7:50 AM Comments comments (1)

Finally an afternoon on the water. We made it out on the water by noon, tested the limits of he motor and was drifting 2KR by 1. we jigged up a bunch of macks and headed to a secret spot where we landed 2 decient size stripers on the completely wrong tide.

August 7, 2011

Posted by [email protected] on August 8, 2011 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)

I have been anxious to try out my new Shimano Trevala and Penn 750 combo.  Yesterdays plans went south as the 5 am launch time was met with a down pour. Not that I am afraid of the rain, but it is alot harder to find the fish since the birds dont like it either. At 3 pm the clouds cleared and the rain stopped so, Greg and I decided to shoot the gap between the 2 storms on the radar and headed out to find some bait. What we did not know was that there was 30 mph winds forcing up to 5 ft swells at the mouth of the river. We managed to find some bait though in the mess of things and then tried to get some more inside the basin of the cove. When we tied up at the pier to asses the situation the Harbor Master met us at the end of the dock and said " any luck ? man you guys are "Hard Core" !!! " My grin was not obvious to him and after all he had never seen us before so how could he have known. HARDCORE ANGLERS gear comming soon!!!


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