Doesn’t get much better!

Again and again. Sunday wasn’t as good as Saturday, but still excellent. Today( Monday 11/21) same as Saturday( incredible fishing) Big Pollock, most limit of Haddock, weather and great people were phenomenal. Sadly high seas will keep us in port tomorrow and Wednesday. Sailing Thursday and beyond with room on most trips. We are still working around the dredge and low tides, but times are as scheduled the next 6 days. We had the marathon out on the LMAIII, LAM had the all day, LTAII and the AB had charters and all reported the same on fishing. I always push that the colder the weather gets the better the fishing gets, but can’t get much better than this. Next trip Thursday at 7 am. Most of Phil’s 10 hour Mondays are filling up, so we’re adding a second boat and maybe some Sunday’s.
Capt Les ( yes I’m still hanging around)

Wow!! Doesn’t get much better

Great people, perfect weather and fishing was excellent. Lots of big black back Pollock(10-20pp) in the morning, moved over to plenty of Haddock for the afternoon(lots of limits). Fishing like this is rare, if any indication of what’s to come this Fall, going to be incredible. Colder it gets the better it gets if that’s possible. Remember the LMAIII has insulated climate controlled cabins, heated outside handrails and satellite TV( so not to miss any games). We are now in full Fall/ Winter mode, meaning canceling trips will be done 24-48 hours in advance, even the slight chance of rough weather, we’ll opt on the side of caution and post cancellations. We also have the dredge in the river making next summer much less stressful and departure/arrival as posted, but the downside is while they’re dredging we have to coordinate with them to get in and out. Check here for any information and any updates. We are sold out tomorrow( Sunday) but have three spots on the Monday marathon and 15 openings on the regular all day boat. Lots of room rest of the week.
Capt Les Jr

Saturday (Attention!)

We had a late charter cancellation and have a second boat for All day tomorrow Saturday October 19th!!! The weather is going to be beautiful! Also, the Dredge is in the river and should be digging anyday!! Call Steve in the office to make a reservation or just show up in the morning by 6:30 boat leaves at 7!!

Capt Phil



Horrible week of weather last week, we only got out Monday and Sunday, but both days were great fishing with big Pollock and Haddock. This week looks a lot better with the weather, Thursday is cx due to the Nor’easter but the other days look good with a phenomenal weekend. Today’s marathons were very good, some better than others, but even the low guys had 8-10 keepers. Reservations always strongly suggested and we are the only company running 7 days a week weather permitting. 10 hour trips just posted, same program as marathons, pick a spot, limited passengers and deposits required. Sailing in the morning, office opens at 5 am.
Capt Phil

October 8th

Fishing was depending on the angler, some folks got their haddock limit and some pollock while few others got just a handful! First 30 minutes the pollock were decent bite then shut off and the rest of the day we had a pretty decent haddock bite and the dogs were a nuisance at times! Dave Crawford won the boat pool with a Big Pollock(and they say miracles never happen lol)!! Weather looks bad next few days, we cancelled Wednesday/Thursday/Friday and hope the weather cooperates for Saturday!! We have a second Marathon added for Columbus Day Monday the 14th and an all day boat!! Make sure you check in the office for the marathon by 4:15 and on the boat by 4:30 as we will be trying to get off the dock early due to the tides and the early bite on the big pollock has been much better!!

Capt Phil

October 14th Columbus Day

We’ve added the Lady Audrey Mae for the 14th marathon due to today’s cancelled Marathon! Saturday fishing was slow on anchor most of the day as soon, as the wind died down enough we could get the drift sock and had a decent last stop on the haddock! Sunday’s Marathon started out good on the drift with haddock and some pollock, a few slow stops on anchor then finished the day on some good big pollock fishing to make it a good day despite the rough weather. If your looking to get out this week, tomorrow (Tuesday) looks like the day to go, light west winds!!

Capt Phil

Wednesday All Day Report

Excellent!!! Calm seas excellent fishing!! Started the day on a 90 minute drift big pollock double headers 3 gaffs going at a time!! We made a few more drifts for them but never got the solid bite we had on the first drift!! Turned to the haddock and lock n load the last 90 minutes most everyone got their 15 haddock a man limit or very close to their 15 haddock limit!! If this is a look to the fall bite on both species it’s gonna be a great one!!

Capt Phil

Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday LMA III

Tuesday was Capt Ed, reports a great day Cod/haddock n Pollock. Wednesday with me was on slow side, dogs and tide a lot to to with that. Dave and Ren and a handful of others managed double digits but overall on the slow side! Thursday aboard the Merrilee was better, fewer dogs and better landing! Candy n Pete had 25 between them but still had a lot with only a couple!! Sold out next 3 days, Monday plenty of room for the last day of cod fishing!! 15 Haddock a man open the rest of the fishing season thru February and unlimited Pollock!! Running 7 days a week weather permitting!

Capt Phil

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