Cod fishing today was absolutely silly. It took us a bit to find the fish this morning but once we did it was game on. Full boat limit for a light crowd in less then 2 hours and the quality of the fish was unreal. We anchored on the mother load and anglers were hooking up as fast as they could get to the bottom. Jigs far outproduced bait today and doubleheader’s were commonplace. Numerous fish in the 15-20 lb range with the biggest around 25. The Fishing’s been pretty slow as of late but today it blew up in a big way!
Monday being Martin Luther King day, we will probably sail,
but again contact Capt. Andy @ 401-788-6012
Today was a slow grind on the cod grounds. Beautiful weather made for a great day on the water but the fishing left some to be desired. The boat was chartered by researchers working for Deepwater Wind and we spent most of the day fishing various “experimental” areas designated by the researchers. Captain Andy decided where to make our last drop where we found huge amounts of bait but only a small handful of codfish. Just a matter of time before the fish hone in on the mass of bait on the grounds right now. Tomorrow looks like another beautiful day and we are planning on sailing at 5 AM.
Thursday, looks good. Friday and Saturday, does not seem like a go. Sunday, is questionable.
Please contact Capt. Andy at 401-788-6012, for further details.
Remember “Think fish—and sail the Seven B’s, the white green fishing machine!”