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The boat will be sailing Thursday, February 9, at 5:00 AM.
The Seven B's has concluded its 2012 Cod season. The Captain and Crew are looking forward to the upcoming Fluke and Squid season. The first trip for Fluke and Squid will be Friday, May 4. The full day Fluke trip leaves the dock at 7:00 AM returning at 4:00 PM. Departure time for Squid is 7:00 PM and reservations are required.th
Friday, May 17, 2013
It was a good day of Fluke fishing. The morning drift was slow and those anglers using buck tails did very well. Once the drift picked up, the keeper size fluke were hauled over the rail. A couple of anglers caught their limit. The average number of keepers per person was 4-5. Largest fish was 7+ lb with the next largest just sigh of 7 lb.
As previously posted, the Seven B’s has a private Fluke charter on Saturday, so plan to come to the dock on Sunday. Sailing time is 7:00 AM.
Monday, May 13
The Fluke sailing schedule for the week of May 13 is Friday, and Sunday, May 17 and 19. Saturday May 18 is a private charter. The boat leaves the dock at 7:00 returns around 4:00 PM. This past weekend’s fishing was decent despite the cold water temperatures, the wind and rain. Had two 6+ lb fluke come over the rail.
Friday, April 12
The Captain cancelled Saturday's trip due to weather. Plans as of today is to sail on Sunday.
Thursday, April 11
The weather is not favorable for Friday and therefore the boat will not be sailing. Plans are to sail Saturday and Sunday leaving the dock at 6:00 AM.
Saturday, April 6, 2013
Due to the high winds forecasted for tomorrow, Sunday, the boat will NOT be sailing. Also please note that starting Friday, April 12, the boat will be leaving the dock at 6:00 AM.
Friday April 6
The boat did not sail today but it is planning on sailing tommorrow, Saturday at 5:00AM. Please call the office for reservations.
Saturday, March 30
The fishing improved slightly but still very slow pickings. A few keepers made it to the coolers. It was not the results expected based on last week’s catch. The boat is planning to continue to fish for Cod Friday, Saturday and Sunday leaving the dock at 5:00 AM.
Friday, March 29
What a difference a few days make. While the fishing last weekend was ‘off the hook’, today was another story. Captain Andy searched all day looking for Cod, chumming, drifting and anchoring. It seems the Cod were not hungry and it was a slow day of fishing. Hopefully, the results will be different on Saturday.
The boat will NOT be sailing on Easter Sunday.
Sunday, March 24
The boat had a full limit of Cod! Slow picking in the AM but the bite turned on in the afternoon. It was fast and furious fishing with double headers being the norm. Drop your line, hook two at a time, get them in the boat and do it all over again. The Cod fish were perfect fillet size (7-9 lbs) for the majority of the catch. The largest Cod was in the 10+ lb range. You know it a great day of fishing when anglers mentioned their arms ached from pulling in their catch!
Next scheduled sailing date is Friday, March 29. Please call ahead for reservations.
Monday, March 11
The storm that just past thru Rhode Island this past weekend made for dirty water today. The Cod fish did not want to bite today despite Capt. Andy trying a number of spots in search of hungry Cod. The water should clear in the next few days in time for the next scheduled sailing of the Seven B’s on Friday. Please call ahead to make reservations by contacting the office or Capt. Andy.
Saturday, March 9
Capt. Andy is cancelling the trip for Sunday, March 10 due to the remants of the storm. He does plan on Fishing Monday, March 11.
Thursday March 7, 2013
The boat will not be sailing this Saturday, March 9 due to the weather. However, the Seven B’s will plan on sailing on Sunday 3/10 and Monday, March 11. Please contact the office or Capt. Andy to make your reservations for either Sunday or Monday.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Due to the impending storm, the Seven B’s will not be sailing on Friday.
It was very slow fishing in the morning. The ‘bite’ started in the early afternoon and the anglers managed to boat some decent size Cod. Because of the afternoon bite, Capt. Andy stayed later on the water and did not get back to the dock until 5:30 PM. The Seven B’s will continue to sail at 5:00 AM.
Saturday, March 2
Capt. Andy reported it was a very slow day of Cod fishing. He fished from Block Island to Cox’s and the fish did not want to bite in any numbers despite chumming the waters with lots of fresh clams. Tomorrow is another day. The boat leaves at 5:00 AM.
Saturday, February 23
The ratio of keeper Cod vs. shorts improved today. No dog fish were caught and the weather was decent until the wind picked up for the ride home to the dock. The bite did not pick up till mid morning. The Seven B’s will continue to sail at 5:00 AM Friday thru Sunday.
Friday, February 22, 2013
Slow pick today but managed some decent fish mixed in with the shorts. The boat is sailing tomorrow (sat.) at 5:00 AM. Due to the impending storm forecasted for Sunday, the boat will be tied to the dock that day.
Friday, February 15th
It was a slow day of fishing for Cod today. The forecast for Sunday and Monday is calling for high winds and therefore the boat will NOT be sailing on those days.
Wednesday, February 13
Friday's weather is forecasted to be the best day of the weekend. Partly cloudy, highs in the mid 40's. Good weather, hungry Cod fish should make for a great day on the Seven B's. Please call ahead to Capt. Andy to confirm your reservation. He can be reached at (401) 788-6012.
Thursday, February 7
The boat sailed today despite its normal schedule as there was a number of folks interested in going today as the week end weather is not looking good. The anglers that set sail today on the Seven B’s enjoyed the trip as the fish started biting about an hour after setting anchor. Several limits on the boat and everyone went home with fish. Some nice size Pollack in the mix. Due to the impending storm, the boat will not be sailing Friday or Saturday this week. Sunday is questionable so please contact Capt. Andy for Sunday’s plans.
Sunday, February 3
Cod fishing overall today was very good. Slow pick early in the morning and then the bite turned on. Everyone on the boat went home with fish and the largest for the day was in the 20+lb range. The fresh clams provided by the boat seemed to work better than jigging. Calm waters, sunny skies, good fishing provided the anglers for an enjoyable day on the water. Seven B’s V, “the only good addiction”!
Sailing time is 5:00 AM. Please call ahead to Capt. Andy to confirm your reservation. He can be reached at (401) 788-6012.
Today’s Cod fishing was much better than yesterday. Saturday’s weather can be described as “Nautical” which made for tough fishing conditions. Today was a very different story. No wind, calm seas and warm temperatures. Everyone went home with fish and high hook was 5-6 fish. The largest cod was 15 lbs. A few ocean perch and hake were also caught. Only a few pesky Dog fish were boated.
Thursday, January 10, 2013
The temperature for the next three days is expected to be in the mid forties to mid fifties. Winds are expected to be light and variable. Great conditions to be on the water fishing for Cod! The boat leaves the dock at 5:00 AM returning at 4:00 PM.
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Happy New Year to everyone! Due to the forecast for tommorrow, Friday Jan. 4th the Seven B's will NOT be sailing. Weather is looking great for Saturday and Sunday. Sailing time is 5:00 AM.
Saturday, December 29
The early fishing report from Capt. Andy today indicated a slow steady pick and the largest Cod as of 10 AM is 15 lbs.
Starting January 4th, 2013, the Seven B's will be fishing for Cod Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The boat will be leaving the dock at 5:00 AM. Capt. Andy DiAngelo is the Captain for the Cod Season. His phone number is (401) 788-6012
It is time to fish for Cod.
Captain Russ and Jeannie want to thank you for your patronage this year and wish you a Happy Holiday Season.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
It was a good day of Black fishing despite the cold. It was a steady pick of fish all day with the largest Black fish tipping the scale at 8+ pounds. Several limits and the remainder of the anglers averaged 3-4 fish. Only 3 more days till the Black fish season closes for 2012. December 9, 2012
The bite was on during the morning and dropped off to a slow steady pick for the latter half of the trip. A few limits on the boat and the remaining anglers averaged 3 fish. Only two Cod for this trip. Largest Black fish was 7+ lbs. The Black fish season closes on Sunday, December 16 so this coming Saturday, December 15 is the last day of Black Fishing in Rhode Island waters. The boat plans to sail Wednesday thru Saturday weather permitting.
The Seven B’s starts its Cod fishing season on December 16th. The boat will be sailing at 6:00 AM and returning at 4:00 PM. Please call the office for reservations.
Saturday, December 8, 2012
It was another day of good Black fishing. The action was staggered throughout the day. Several limits and near limits around the boat. Largest fish was 9+ lb caught by Pat from CT.
December 7, 2012
It was a good day of black fishing. The experienced anglers managed their limits early in the day. In the afternoon the bite slowed down and it was a slow pick.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
It was an excellent day of Black fishing. Mostly limits around the boat. Steady pick of fish in the AM and a slower bite after the tide changed. A good number of Cod were also boated today. Eight days of Black fish season before it ends on December 15.
Tuesday, December 4
It was a very good day of Black fishing. The bite was on for all of the morning and died out in early afternoon. There were a number of limits and near limits today. Largest Black fish was 8+ lbs. Cod was also in the mix today.
Sunday, December 1
It was a slow pick of Black fish for most of the day. A couple of 8+ came over the rail early and late in the day ‘Coach’ caught his largest Tautog so far this season with an 11+ slob. Several keeper Cod where also boated.
Saturday, December 1, 2012
It was another day of a full Boat Limit! Weather was cold, but the fish were hungry. Putting nice size Black fish in your bucket makes you forget about the weather! The Largest Black Fish was 10 pounds. A few couple of keeper Cod came over the rails. Looking forward to another day of fishing tomorrow as the temperature will be in the 50's. Boat leaves at 6:00 AM.
Friday, November 30
It was an awesome day of Black Fishing! There was action for most of the day resulting in a full Boat limit. Congratulations to ‘Storming Normand’ for the largest fish of the day with a 9+ lb Tautog to match his other nice size Black Fish (his runner up was 7+ lbs.) The bonus for the day was the keeper Cod that came over the rail. Great day on the Seven B’s.
Wednesday, November 28
It is always a good idea to call the office the night before a scheduled sailing to determine if the boat is planning on leaving the dock as ‘Mother Natures’ weather can sometimes prevent a sailing.
Saturday, November 24
Today was a vast improvement over yesterday despite the wind and sea conditions. Those conditions made it difficult to ’feel the bite’. Some of the experienced anglers managed to get their limits. A few Tautogs in the ten+ range and the largest Black fish weighed in at 11.5 pounds. The boat will not be sailing tommorow due to the high winds.
Friday, November 23
Fishing was overall slow day with the exception of a mid day flurry that produced Black fish in the 5-7 pound range. The water was still murky from the heave earlier in the week. A few limits on the boat and a couple of nice keeper cod rounded out the day’s catch.
Saturday, November 19.
Today was a slow day of Black fishing. As it was yesterday, the AM bite was on and the afternoon had a very slow pick of keeper Black fish. Friday, November 18
The bite was red hot in the AM with large Tautog brought over the rails. Later in the day, the bite died. Several limits around the boat and ‘Stormin Norman’ was the first to catch his limit. All in all it was a very good day.Monday, November 12
It was a good day of Black Fishing. A few limits around the boat despite the battle between the wind and the current. There were a dozen Tautog in the 8-9+ range. The bite was extremely light today.
Today was slower at the beginning of the trip than yesterday due to the timing of slack tide. Once the tide started to run, the bite turned on. While there were not as many limits today, the average size of keeper Black fish was definitely better than yesterday.
The Seven B’s will be sailing at 6:00 on Monday.
Black fishing today was very good! Many limits around the boat. It was a steady pick throughout the day that featured shorts and keeper Tautog. One keeper Cod rounded out the catch.