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Rhode Island Fishing Reports
Fishing RI aboard the Seven B's V - "The only good addiction"

 

Sunday, September 24, 2017

It was a slow day of fishing after the five days of wind.  The porgies were on the small side today.  The Sea Bass were out in full force, but unfortunately, the Sea Bass fishery is closed for the next few weeks and therefore, no one could keep any Sea Bass.

The boat is planning on sailing daily leaving the dock at 7:00 Am.  This Tuesday, Sept. 26, there is a private charter.

 

Monday, September 18

What a day of fishing!  It was a full boat limit of Porgies and Sea Bass.  A number of Sea Bass in the 3-4 lb range were caught by the anglers.  The Porgies were in the medium to large size with a number in the 3+ range.

Sunday September 17

It was yet again an excellent day of Porgy, Fluke and Sea Bass fishing with a few Cod in the mix as well.  Full boat limit of sea Bass and a very close limit of Porgies.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

It was another epic day of fishing!  It was a full boat limit of Sea Bass and Porgies.  The sea bass were in the 3 lb range and the porgies were slightly smaller than yesterday’s trip. 

The full day trips are scheduled 7:00 Am to 4:00 PM and please call the office for reservations.

Tuesday, September 12

What a great day of fishing!  A full boat limit of Sea Bass was caught upwards to 4lbs.  A full boat limit of Porgies in the large size range (2-3 lbs).  A handful of false albacore was also caught.  It does not get much better than that.

The full day trips are scheduled 7:00 Am to 4:00 PM and please call the office for reservations.

Monday, September 11

It was a fantastic start of the full day Sea Bass, Fluke and Porgy trip.   There were Sea Bass in the 3-4 lb range and some limits around the boat.  There were some fluke in the mix.  The Porgies were plentiful and a number in the 3lb range (hub cap size).   For an added bonus, there were keeper Cod in the mix.  The largest cod today was caught by ‘Tall’ Paul of NY with his 15 pound slab.  Way to go Paul!

Saturday

Another morning of a full boat limit of Sea Bass with fish in the 3 lb range.  A few Fluke were also caught.

This coming Sunday, September 10 is the last Sunset trip (1:00 AM -8:00 PM). 

Starting on Monday, September 11, the boat will switch to its full day schedule targeting Fluke, Sea Bass and Porgies.  These trips are scheduled 7:00 Am to 4:00 PM and please call the office for reservations.

Friday, September 8, 2017

The AM trip saw an almost full boat limit of Sea Bass.  The fish were in the 2- 3 lb range.  The afternoon trip had a full boat limit of Sea Bass!  Great day of fishing!

This coming Sunday, September 10 is the last Sunset trip (1:00 AM -8:00 PM). 

Starting on Monday, September 11, the boat will switch to its full day schedule targeting Fluke, Sea Bass and Porgies.  These trips are scheduled 7:00 Am to 4:00 PM and please call the office for reservations.

Sept. 5

The boat has decided not to sail tomorrow due to the wind forecast.  Thursday looks iffy as well.   So please call the office prior to heading down to the boat.

Monday, September 4, 2017

The Sea Bass stole the show today with a few limits on both trips and some fish in the 3+lb range.  The keeper Fluke caught today was not overly large as they were in the 4+lb range. 

The boat has decided to cancel its Tuesday trip due to the high wind forecast.  It is always advisable to call the office before heading down to the dock.

Saturday, September 2, 2017

This AM trip saw a lot of small fish and it provided action at the rail for the anglers on board.  This afternoon was a different story as the drift was a lot better and there were a few limits of Sea Bass and a number of near limits (RI regulations increased to 7 fish per angler Sept. 1). There were a handful of keeper Fluke on the boat with the largest being 4.5lbs.

Tomorrow’s trip, both the morning and Sunset afternoon trips are cancelled due to the weather forecast.  Next sailing date is Monday.

Friday, September 01, 2017

It was mostly a Sea Bass kind of day.  The Rhode Island regulations for the number of sea bass retained by anglers increased to seven fish today.  Most of the Sea Bass were in the 2-3 lb range.

The weather is iffy for Sunday, so please call the office tomorrow afternoon for an update.

Thursday

It was a mixed bag of Sea Bass, Fluke and Porgies today.  Fluke were in the 4-5 lb range and there were some ‘hub cap’ size porgies.

Monday, August 28

It was a struggle in the AM as there was not much of a drift.  There were only a few keeper fluke but a number of Sea Bass.  The afternoon trip had a very fast drift with some limits of Sea Bass.

Due to the extended forecast, Tuesday and Wednesday trips are cancelled.  The next sailing date for the boat is Thursday.

Sunday, August 27

The anglers in the morning chipped away at Sea Bass and Fluke.  The Sunset trip was a different story with some nice quality Fluke caught in the 7-8 lb range.  A number of limits of Sea Bass upwards to 5 lbs were boated by the fisherman.

Saturday

It was a good day of fishing as the sea bass were hungry and there were nice size keeper Fluke.  Almost a boat load of Sea Bass, and just a few fish short.  Largest Sea Bass was in the 4+lb range and the largest fluke was 4.5 lbs.

There is a private charter on Sunday morning, but the sunset trip (1-8) is open for reservations.

Friday

There was plenty of action at the rail today as the Sea Bass was the main attraction.  There were a number of Sea Bass limits and some keeper Fluke.

there is a private charter this Sunday morning (August 27).

 

Thursday

There were more keeper Fluke today than yesterday with the largest weighing in at 4.75.  The Sea bass once again were out in full force and very hungry.  Overall it was a good day of fishing.

Wednesday

The morning trip had a slow start as the wind was up against the tide.  Late in the morning, the wind shifted and it was a better drift.  There was a mix of fluke and Sea Bass.  The afternoon had a much faster drift and there were limits of sea Bass (3+lbs) and Fluke in the mix

Monday August 21, 2017

In the morning it was a slow start as the tide and wind were competing with each other and therefore the boat was not able to cover a lot of ground.  Towards the end of the trip the drift cooperated and there was a nice mix of Sea Bass, fluke and Porgies.

The afternoon trip had similar conditions as yesterday afternoon with a very fast drift.  The experienced anglers had limits of Sea Bass and some nice quality Fluke.  Largest Fluke for the day was 5.25 lbs

Sunday, august 20

The morning trip had numerous limits of sea bass and some keeper fluke in addition to Porgies.  The Sea bass were in the 4+ lb range.   The afternoon had a very strong drift making it difficult to hold the bottom and feel the bite.  There were several limits of sea Bass and a near few limits of Fluke with the largest being 5.75 lb.

Saturday

The afternoon trip was more productive as there was a decent drift.  Some limits of Sea Bass around the boat on both trips.  It was a nice mix of fluke, porgies and sea Bass to round out the day’s catch.  Largest fluke was 5.25 and the Sea Bass were in the 3lb range.

Friday, August 18, 2017

It was a decent day of fishing as the water has started to clear up.  There were a handful of keeper Fluke and some limits of Sea Bass.  The Sea Bass were on the smaller side today as the largest were in the 3 lb range.

The boat has a private charter Saturday morning, 8:30 – 12:30, but the afternoon trip is open boat.

Wednesday, august 16

There was a heavy heave on making for difficult fishing conditions.  The bite was slow for Fluke with only a few keepers coming over the rail. Some limits of  Sea Bass and fish up to 4lbs.

There is a private charter tomorrow august 17.

August 15, 2017

It was another slow day of fishing as there was not a drift at all.  As the Captain keep moving the boat to find fish, there were Sea Bass to be found at each drop.  A few Sea Bass limits, but nothing large.

There are two full day charters on Wednesday and Thursday this week (aug. 16 +17).

Monday august 14

It was a slow day of fishing as there was hardly any drift.  Sea Bass, fluke and some porgies were the catch of the day.  The Sea Bass were in the 3lb range.

The afternoon trip had different results with several limits of sea Bass around the boat to make for a good day at the rail.

Sunday, august 13

The morning trip had limits of sea Bass around the boat with some in the 4+ lb range.   There were some keeper Fluke with the largest weighing in at 4.75 lbs.

The afternoon trip saw some hefty catches of Fluke and a few limits with the largest Fluke in the 7lb range.  There were a number of sea Bass limits around the boat with a number of Sea Bass in the 4-5 lb range.

The Seven B’s has a charter, Tuesday afternoon with ‘The Take a Kid fishing’ program.  There are two full day charters on Wednesday and Thursday this week (aug. 16 +17).

August 12

The fishing was great yesterday for RISAA’s child/adult trip in the morning.  The rain stopped just as the boat left the dock and the fish were hungry.  Some of the kids out fished their parent/grandparent.   There were plenty of keeper Sea Bass around the boat and several limits.  There were a few Sea Bass in the 4lb. range.  A few keeper Fluke and Porgies rounded out the days catch.

The afternoon trip had similar results with more keeper Fluke caught.  Largest Fluke was 5.5 lbs.

The Seven B’s has a charter, Tuesday afternoon with ‘The Take a Kid fishing’ program.  There are two full day charters on Wednesday and Thursday this week (aug. 16 +17).

 

 

August 11, 2017

This AM trip had a nice mixed bag of Fluke, Sea Bass and Porgies.  There were a number of Sea Bass limits around the boat.  This afternoon’s trip was slower than the morning as there was hardly any drift.

There is a private charter scheduled for Saturday morning.  The afternoon trip is open boat.

August 10

The Sea bass stole the show today with several limits around the boat.  There were a few Sea Bass in the 4 lb range.  It was a slow drift for most of the day, but the anglers did manage to get some nice quality Fluke in the cooler.  Largest Fluke was 6.25 lbs.

There is a private charter scheduled for Saturday morning.  The afternoon trip is open boat.

August 9

It was a slow day of fishing as there was hardly any drift all day.  There were a number of Fluke throwbacks and some keepers.  A few Sea Bass Limits around the boat.

Tuesday, August 8

Both the AM and PM trips had Sea Bass limits around the boat with fish in the 3-4 lb range.  The afternoon trip had better drift conditions and there were more Fluke on that trip.  The largest Fluke for the day was slightly over 7 lbs.

Monday

The am trip had decent fishing while the tide was moving.  A mixture of fluke, sea bass (4lb range) and some sea robins to keep the anglers busy at the rail.

The afternoon had similar drift conditions where the Fluke were just laying on the bait.  The experienced anglers were able to make their move to catch those fish.  Largest Fluke was 5.5 lbs.  A decent number of Sea Bass limits around the boat.

Sunday August, 6

It was a nice bag of Sea bass and fluke in the AM.  The afternoon sunset trip was very good with several Fluke in the 6-9 lb range.  There were several limits of Fluke around the boat.  Both bait rigs and jigs were effective.  A number of Sea Bass limits as well with fish in the 5lb range.

Saturday August 5

It was tough fishing conditions in the morning due to the wind.  Despite those conditions, the anglers managed to chip away at Fluke and Sea Bass.  The afternoon trip had the similar conditions with the wind and the dirty water.  Largest Fluke was around 5 lbs.

Friday, August4th

It was a great day of Fluke and sea Bass fishing!!!!  The Fluke fishing keeps improving every day as a few limits around the boat and largest fluke in the Am was in the 7-8 lb range and in the afternoon the largest was 9lbs.  There were multiple Sea Bass limits as well with the fish in the 3-4 lb range.

There is a private charter scheduled for this Saturday morning, 8:30 – 12:30, but the afternoon is open boat.

 

Thursday, August 3

It was a great drift for both the am and PM trips.  Both trips had a fair amount of Fluke (some limits around the boat), sea Bass (a lot of limits around the boat) and some Porgies mix in (on the smaller side).  There were a number of Sea Bass today in the 4+lb range.  Both trips had Fluke in the 8+ lb range.

There is a private charter scheduled for this Saturday morning, 8:30 – 12:30, but the afternoon is open boat.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

It was a good day of Fluke fishing with some anglers getting their limit. The morning trip had as its largest Fluke an 8 lb. fish and the afternoon had a Fluke that weighed in at 7.5 lbs. The Sea bass were also out in force with several limits around the boat for both trips.

 

Tuesday, August 1

There were a number of SEA Bass limits around the boat with a few in the 4 lb. range.

 

Monday, July 31

Both the AM and PM trips had limits of Sea Bass around the boat.  Some fish were in the 4lb range.  There wasn’t much of drift in the AM and only a few Fluke were caught.  The afternoon trip had better results with the Fluke and the largest was 5.75 lbs.

Sunday, July 30

It was a slow morning of fishing as the water was still churned up from the storm that passed thru.  The afternoon had a nice mix bag of Sea bass and Fluke.   Many limits of sea bass around the boat and some Fluke limits.  Largest Fluke was 8lbs.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Both the morning and afternoon trips experienced great Sea Bass fishing with many limits around the boat with fish in the 5 lb range.  The morning saw better action on the Fluke fishing as there was a decent drift, as the afternoon did not have much of a drift.  Some nice quality Fluke caught on both trips with the largest weighing in at 6.25 lbs.

There is potential weather moving into the area in a few days, so it is always best to call the office before heading down to the dock.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The anglers on the morning trip chipped away at some quality Sea Bass and Fluke.  The largest Fluke was just shy of 6lbs. 

Sunday, July 23

The drift was fast in the morning and there were more Sea Bass caught than Fluke.  Largest fluke on this trip was 5 Lbs.  In the afternoon, the drift was slower making it easier to hold the bottom.  Some nice size Fluke were caught as well as Sea bass.  Some limits of Sea Bass around the boat.

The boat is NOT sailing on Monday, July 24 due to the weather forecast.

July 22, 2017

There was not much of drift in the AM trip. The Sea Bass stole the show with several limits around the boat.  The largest fluke was just shy of 8lbs.

The afternoon trip experienced a better drift and therefore there were more keeper fluke on the boat as well as Sea Bass.  Largest fluke on this trip was 5.5 lbs.

There is a private charter schedule for Sunday morning on the 8:30- 12:30 trip.  The afternoon sunset trip is still taking reservations.

Friday, July 21

The morning trip had quite a few Sea Bass over the rail with some limits around the boat.  Due to a lack of drift, there were only a few keeper Fluke caught.  The afternoon had very different drift conditions as 10-12 ozs. of lead were needed to hold the bottom.  For those anglers who could hold bottom, they were rewarded with some nice quality Fluke in the 5-6 lbs range.

There is a private charter schedule for Sunday morning on the 8:30- 12:30 trip.  The afternoon sunset trip is still taking reservations.

It was a slow morning of fishing as there was not a drift at all.  Some fluke and Sea Bass came over the rails.  The afternoon ‘Take a Kid Fishing’ program saw a better drift and the kids had a great time catching fish.Thursday, July 20

It was a mix catch of Fluke, Sea Bass and Porgies on both trips.  The Sea Bass were in the medium to large range and the largest Fluke weighed in at 6.5 lbs.

There is a private charter scheduled for Sunday morning (July 16) 8:30 till 12:30.  The sunset trip 1:00 – 8:00 is open boat.

July 19

The am trip was a little slow due to lack of a drift for most of the morning.  Some nice Sea Bass were caught upwards to 4 lbs.  The afternoon trip had too much drift and it was hard to hold the bottom.  More fluke caught in the afternoon with the largest tipping the scale at 7 lbs.

Tuesday, July 18

It was a slow morning of fishing as there was not a drift at all.  Some fluke and Sea Bass came over the rails.  The afternoon ‘Take a Kid Fishing’ program saw a better drift and the kids had a great time catching fish.

July 17, 2017

This AM was very slow as there was virtually no drift.  The afternoon trip was a different story as there was a decent drift and the Fluke and Sea Bass were coming over the rail.  Some limits of sea bass and the largest was 5.25 lbs.

 

Sunday, July 16

The morning trip was very good with Fluke, Sea Bass and some Porgies in the mix.  The Sea Bass were in the 3-4 lb class and quite a few limits on the boat.  Some anglers managed close to their limit of Fluke with the largest weighing in at 5.5 lbs.

The afternoon trip did not have much of a drift and therefore the fishing was on the slower side.  The catch consisted of Fluke, Sea Bass and Porgies.  A couple of limits of Fluke with the largest at 6+ lbs. and some limits of Sea Bass.

July, 15

Both the AM and PM had keeper Fluke and Sea Bass coming over the rails.  The Sea Bass were in the 2-3 lb range and the largest Fluke for the day was 6.25 lb.

Thursday, July 13

There was not a drift at all this AM, so it was difficult to entice the Fluke.  The Sea Bass were another story as limits were caught and they weighed upwards to 4 lbs. 

Wednesday, July 12

Both the AM and PM trips were very good with quality Fluke and Sea Bass boated.  The afternoon trip had a few limits of Fluke and several limits of Sea Bass. Largest Fluke for the day was slightly less than 7 lbs.

Monday, July 10, 2017

Despite a lack of drift for most of the morning, there was a decent catch put together by the anglers.  The mix bag includes med-large size fluke and Sea Bass with some Porgies.

The afternoon trip was completely different as there was too much drift making it difficult to feel the bite.  The experienced anglers did manage to get Fluke into the boat.

There is a Private Charter on the Tuesday afternoon trip ( July 11) as the Seven B’s is once again participating in the ‘Take a Kid fishing’ program.  On June 28, the Seven B’s hosted the RISAA Fishing camp outing for 50 children who participated in that program.  A short video of that trip is posted on the web site under the Video tab.

Sunday, July 9

The morning trip had some quality fluke and Sea Bass come over the rail.  The action was spotty due to the lack of drift, but as the Captain moved from spot to spot, the fishing picked up.  Largest fluke was 6.6 lbs and a few Sea Bass in the 3+ lb range.

The afternoon was a different story as there was a drift.  The experienced anglers had a great day of catching as there were Fluke limits for those folks.  The Fluke were slightly smaller than the morning, but the action was better.  The Sea Bass were bigger than the AM trip with some fish in the 4+ lb range.

There is a Private Charter on the Tuesday afternoon trip ( July 11) as the Seven B’s is once again participating in the ‘Take a Kid fishing’ program.  On June 28, the Seven B’s hosted the RISAA Fishing camp outing for 50 children who participated in that program.  A short video of that trip is posted on the web site under the Video tab.

THINK FISH! 

Saturday, July 8

This morning’s report was respectable with the largest Fluke at6.5 lbs and the largest sea bass at 4 lbs.  A couple of limits on the boat for fluke.   The early report from the PM trip is a number of anglers with their limit of sea bass and more keeper fluke on the boat with some limits.  Largest so far this PM is 7 lbs.

The boat is ready to set sail tomorrow with two trips: 8:30-12:30  and 1:00 –8:00 PM.

Friday, July 7

The morning trip had one limit of Fluke, some Sea Bass and the largest Fluke was 5lbs. The afternoon trip had windy conditions making for tough fishing conditions and there were short fluke mixed in with the catch.

Thursday, July 6

Some limits around the boat for sea bass and fluke with the largest Fluke weighing in at 4.75 lbs.

Wednesday, July 5

The AM trip was ok with a few Sea Bass coming over the rail.  There were a number of shorts mixed in with the keeper Fluke.  The afternoon trip had different fishing conditions and a few anglers got their limit of fluke. Largest fluke was 5.5 lbs

July 4, 2017

Both the AM and PM trips saw nice quality Fluke and Sea Bass but not as many as expected due to the lack of drift today.  When there was a slight drift, the fish were coming over the rail.  Largest Fluke today was 7.75 lbs.

Monday, July 3

The morning conditions were tough as there was hardly a drift.  Some nice size Sea Bass were caught and the largest Fluke was 6 Lbs. 

The afternoon trip had a drift and therefore produced better Fluke results.  A few limits around the boat for the experienced anglers.   Not as many Sea Bass in the afternoon.

Sunday, July 2

The morning trip was very successful with Fluke and Sea bass flying over the rail.  Nice size Fluke with the largest in the am weighing in at 7+ lbs.  Some limits of Fluke were caught by the anglers. Not as many Sea bass as fluke, but there were a number of keeper Sea bass in the medium to large range.

The Sunset trip was good with more Sea Bass boated than Fluke.  Many limits of Sea Bass around the boat and a few limits of Fluke.  The largest Fluke was 6.5 lbs.

 

July 1, 2017

Both ½ days trips saw a respectable catch with Sea Bass, Fluke and a few Porgies in the mix.  Largest fluke was 4.5 lbs and there were some Sea Bass in the 3+ lb range

Sunday’s schedule is as follows: 1sttrip 8:30 – 12:30, 2ndtrip 1:00 PM till 8:00 PM.

Friday, June 30

The last full day of Fluke fishing was successful despite strong winds all day long.  It was a good mix of Sea Bass and Fluke for the anglers. 

The Seven B’s is starting its ½ day schedule this Saturday.  They are offering two trips daily: 8:30 AM till 12:30 and 1:00 to 5:00 with the exception of Sundays when the afternoon trip is extended to 8:00 PM.

There are a number of Private Charters scheduled in July and August, so please check the web site for those dates.

Thursday, June 29

A couple of Fluke limit catches around the boat today.  Nothing overly large as the biggest Fluke was 6+ lbs.  A few nice Sea Bass were also boated today.

Tomorrow, Friday June 30this the last full day Fluke trip for the 2017 season.  The boat is ready to set sail leaving the dock at 7:00 AM.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

It was a pick of Fluke today with some nice quality Fluke coming over the rail.  Two limits of Fluke on the boat with some Sea Bass as well.  Largest Fluke was 8.5 lbs.

The boat has a private charter tomorrow, Wednesday, June 28 but it is scheduled to continue its full day Fluke trips thru Friday.  It is best to call ahead to reserve and check on the weather.

Monday, June 26

Well Mother Nature did her magic again today and there was hardly any drift till around noon.  Captain John kept moving the boat in the AM and found some nice quality slabs.  As you can expect, once the tide started to move, more keeper Fluke came over the rail.  Some nice quality Sea Bass rounded out today’s catch. 

The daily full day Fluke trips will continue this week leaving the dock at 7:00 AM.  Half day trips start this Saturday with the first daily trip scheduled from 8:30 – 12:30 and the second trip scheduled for 1:00 PM till 5:00 PM.  These trips fill up fast so it’s best to reserve in advance.

Sunday, June25

There was hardly any drift for most of the day.  The Sea Bass were biting fast and furious and many a limit around the boat.   When the drift picked up in the afternoon so did the Fluking.  A few limits of Fluke around the boat and the biggest fish was 6.5 lbs.

The boat is ready to set sail tomorrow for Fluke leaving the dock at 7:00 AM.  The last full day fluke trips end this Friday, June 30.  There is a private charter on Wednesday, June 28.  The half day fluke trips begin on July 1st.

Saturday, June 24, 2017

It was tough fishing conditions today due to the weather.  Those anglers who managed to stay at the rail got their limits of Sea Bass.  It was a little tougher to feel the Fluke bite as they were not that aggressive today.   Largest Fluke was 6.7 lbs.

The boat is ready to set sail tomorrow leaving the dock at 7:00 AM.  It is always best to call ahead for a reservation.

Friday, June 23, 2017

It was a slow pick of Fluke for most of the day until the last two hours of the trip.  Only one limit of Fluke to report and the largest Fluke weighed in at 8.35 lbs. 

The boat is ready to set sail tomorrow leaving the dock at 7:00 Am.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

It was another day of a full boat limit of Sea Bass with fish in the 4+ lb range.  There wasn’t a drift till noon time but when the boat started to move, the keeper Fluke started to come over the rail.  Some Fluke limits around the boat with the largest Fluke weighing in at 7.25 lbs. 

The Seven B’s is ready to set sail tomorrow leaving the dock at 7:00 AM.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

It was a full boat limit of Sea Bass today with a number of fish in the 3-4 lb range.   It was a slower pick of Fluke with the largest weighing in at 7+ lbs.   There was some nice size Porgies in the mix today as well.

The boat is sailing daily for a full day of Fluke fishing leaving the dock at 7:00 Am returning at 4:00 PM. 

The boat is ready to set sail tomorrow, Wednesday, June 21 for Fluke leaving the dock at 7:00 Am.  The Seven B's will be sailing daily (FULL DAYS) for Fluke thru the end of June.  Starting July 1, the half day schedule will take effect.

to the weather conditions for Thursday and Friday, the boat does not plan to sail on those days.  The Seven B’s is keeping an eye on the weather for the weekend, so stay tuned.  As always, please call the office before heading down to the dock.

The boat has decided NOT to sail tomorrow (Sunday June 17) due to the wind forecast.

Today’s catch was mainly Sea Bass as there was not a drift all day.  Naturally a number of Sea Bass limits around the boat with some of those fish in the 4 lb range.   The fluke that were caught today were all quality with the largest weighing in at 6+ lbs.Thursday, June 15, 2017

Full boat limit of Sea Bass with some fish in the 3+ lb range.  The drift was slow for most of the day, but despite the drift, some nice quality fluke came over the rail.  Nothing unusually large as the best size fish of the day was slightly over 6 pounds.

The boat is ready to set sail tomorrow, leaving the dock at 7:00 AM.

Wednesday, June 14

An early report from the boat is a full boat limit of Sea Bass and some nice quality size Fluke.  As of this post, the contender for the pool is an 8+ fluke.

The boat is planning to sail Thursday thru Sunday, (june15-18) leaving the dock at 7:00 AM

Sunday, June 11

It was a good day of Fluke and Sea Bass fishing.   Many limits of Sea Bass including one Sea Bass caught by Dave of CT that tipped the boat scale at 6.5 lbs.  There were quite a few limits of Fluke around the boat.  A number of Fluke in the 4-6+ range and the largest Fluke 8 lbs was also caught by Dave.

The boat is scheduled to set sail Wednesday thru Sunday (June 14-18) leaving the dock at 7:00 AM.

Saturday, June 10

It was a slow drift for most of the day.  Sea Bass and Fluke were the catch of the day.  A couple of Fluke in the 5 lb range and a few Sea Bass hit the 3 lb mark.  There were some limits of Sea Bass.

The boat is sailing for Fluke tomorrow leaving the dock at 7:00 AM 

Sunday, June 4

It was good day of Fluke and Sea Bass fishing.  Plenty of Sea Bass limits around the boat.  It was a slow steady pick of Fluke as the drift was very slow for most of the day.   When the drift picked up so did the Fluke fishing.  Largest Fluke today tipped the scale at 6.5 lbs.

The Seven B’s is scheduled to sail Friday, Saturday and Sunday (June 9-11) leaving the dock at 7:00 AM.

Friday, June 2

It was a good day of Fluke fishing with Captain John at the helm.  A few fish in the 5-6 lb. range and the top fish of the day was caught by Laura of RI.  It weighed in on the scale at exactly 12 lbs!  She caught that slab of a fish using a whole squid on a double hook rig.  Congratulations Laura!

The next open boat for Fluke is Sunday, June 4th.

   

The Seven B’s is planning to sail for Fluke this coming Friday & Sunday (June 2 & 4) leaving the dock at 7:00 AM. There is a private charter this Saturday.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

It was another slow drift today, but two anglers did manage to get a couple of 7+lb fish into the nets.  There were a few 5-6 pound Fluke as well.  The Sea Bass season has started and several Sea bass were boated today.

The boat is ready to set sail tomorrow, Monday May 29 leaving the dock at 7:00 AM.

Last Saturday night, the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers, chartered the boat for a squid trip.  The squid were picky for part of the night and there were flurries of squid coming over the rail.  The anglers that knew how to handle a squid rod, where able to catch squid.  During the course of the evening a few blue fish managed to scatter the ball of squid but the squid regrouped and double headers were common.

The boat is planning to sail for squid this coming Saturday and Sunday, May 27 & 28, leaving the dock at 7:00 pm assuming there are enough reservations which are required for this trip.

 

Sunday, May 21

It was another successful day on the Fluke grounds.  The boat stopped in several places searching for fish.  The drift was slow for most of the day, but when the tide started to run, the keeper Fluke came over the rail.   A few limits around the boat, with the largest Fluke weighing in at 7.75 lbs caught by Barry of Narragansett.  One fish at 6.25 lbs and a couple of five pounders in the mix.  Every angler on the boat went home with fresh fillets.  A 26 inch Striper was caught and thrown back to swim another day.  Bait rigs seemed to work best today.

The boat is scheduled to sail Friday thru Monday this week (May 26-29) leaving the dock at 7:00 returning at 4:00 PM.

 

Saturday, May 20, 2017

   The first Fluke trip of 2017 was a success with every angler going home with fillets.  There were a few limits on the boat and the largest Fluke weighed 7+ lbs.  

The boat is ready to set sail tomorrow, May 21st, leaving the dock at 7:00 AM.   

   

Wednesday, May 17

The Seven B’s is beginning its 2017 Fluke season this coming Saturday, May 20!  The sailing time for the fluke trip is 7:00 AM till 4:00 PM, weather permitting.  The boat is also scheduled to sail on Sunday, May 21.  Please call the office to make reservations.  THINK FISH!

April 26th

The Seven B’s would like to thank all of their patrons that fished for Cod this past season.

The boat is gearing up for its Squid and Fluke fishing trips starting during the Month of May. 

The squid trips are scheduled for Friday and Saturday evenings leaving the dock at 7:00 PM returning at 1:00 AM.  These trips are by reservations only

The full day Fluke trip leaves the dock at 7:00 AM returning around 4:00 PM.  The current scheduled days for these trips are Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The sailing days will be extended later in the Month.

The exact start date of Fluke and Squid are dependent on the arrival of the fish in Rhode Island waters.  Check the web site for updates or call the office.

Tuesday, April 18

The Cod fishing is extremely slow right now so the boat will not attempt to sail for Cod until the fishing improves.  Keep checking the web site for updates and hopefully fishing will turn around soon.

Wednesday, April 12

The boat is planning on sailing for Cod, this Saturday, April 15 as the weather forecast as of now looks good.  The Boat is leaving the dock at 6:00 AM.     Please contact Capt. Andy at (401) 788-6012 for an update and reservations.


 

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Due to the high wind forecast for Friday and Saturday, the boat will not sail on those days.   Please contact Capt. Andy at (401) 788-6012 for an update and reservations.

 

The boat has cancelled its Friday Cod trip (March 17) due to the continued high winds.  Saturday at this point looks doable, but please call Capt. Andy (401) 788-6012 for an update and reservations.

The boat is not sailing this Sunday, March 12 due to the weather again!

Due to the impending snow storm and the high wind forecast, the boat will NOT be sailing this Friday or Saturday (March 10-11). 

Once again Mother Nature is keeping the boat at the dock and the Cod trip scheduled for tommorrow, sunday, is cancelled.

Due to the extreme wind forecast, the boat is NOT sailing this Friday and Saturday.  Stay tuned for the weather forecast for Sunday.

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he boat is planning on sailing this Fri, Sat, Sun (march 3-5). Reservations are required for these trips and can be made by calling Captain Andy (401) 788-6012.

 

 Sunday

Saturday

It was yet another slow day of fishing.  Despite searching a number of different locations the fish just weren’t biting.  Largest fish today was 12 lbs.

Due to the weather forecast, the boat has cancelled its trip tomorrow.

Friday, February 24

It was a slow day of fishing.  The boat tried numerous spots marking fish, but they did not want to bite.  One of the drifts had the rods bent over with nice size Cod coming over the rail, but the second drift over the same spot produced no fish.  Could it have been the seals that were spotted?

The boat is ready to set sail tomorrow, Saturday leaving the dock at 5:00 AM.

The boat is ready to set sailing this Fri, Sat and Sun (Feb 24-26) for Cod, leaving the dock at 5:00 AM.  Friday’s forecast is calling for temperatures in the 50’s.   It is going to be a great day to be on the water!  Reservations are required for these trips and can be made by calling Captain Andy (401) 788-6012.

Sunday, February 19, 2017

It was a good day of Cod fishing.  Weather was perfect and the fish were biting.  The boat drifted all day.  Some drifts, the rods were bent over with lots of fish while other drifts just produced a few fish.  High hook was ‘Killer Karen’ from CT with 6 six fish.  Most anglers went home with 3-4 Cod and the largest was 14 lbs.

The boat is planning on sailing tomorrow, Monday, leaving the dock 5:00 AM.

 

Thursdy - Do to the high wind forecast for tommorrow, Friday, Feb 17, the boat will NOT sail.  The weather forecast look great for the remainder of the weekend (sat, Sun, Mon).

The Seven B’s will be sailing for Cod Fri, Sat, Sun and Monday (Feb. 17-20) weather dependent, leaving the dock at 5:00 AM. The extended forecast calls for temperatures in the 40’s for Sat, Sun and Monday.  Friday’s wind forecast is iffy right now and the Captain will be keeping a close eye on that forecast.  Reservations are required for these trips and can be made by calling Captain Andy (401) 788-6012.

Think Fish!

The boat will not be sailing this sunday Feb. 12 due to weather forecast.

Wednesday

Local Cod fishing reports have been good.  The Seven B’s is planning to sail Fri, Sat and Sun. (Feb. 10-12). Reservations are required this time of year, so please call Capt. Andy at (401) 788-6012 to secure your spot.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

The boat will NOT be sailing this Sunday, (1-29), due to the weather.  Trips are scheduled Fri. thru Sun. but trips may be added or canceled based on the bite, angler interest, and the weather conditions.  Reservations are required this time of year, so please call Capt. Andy at (401) 788-6012 to secure your spot.

Thursday, January 26

The Seven B’s is cancelling its Cod trips for Friday and Saturday (1/27-28) due to the weather forecast.  Check back for a possible sailing on Sunday.

Friday, January 20

The bite was nonstop for the first two hours and then it slowed down. Some limits around the boat.  Bait rigs outperformed jigs today. 

The boat is ready to set sail tomorrow at 5:00 AM.

Monday, January 16

It was slow morning as the Capt. was marking Cod, but the fish did not want to cooperate.  The drift was very slow for the first few hours and as the tide picked up the fish started to bite.  Jigs were definitely the best choice today.   Some anglers managed 3-4 Cod.  Largest Cod was 12 lbs.

The Seven B’s  is scheduled for Cod fishing Friday, Saturday and Sunday ( January 20-22) this week leaving the dock at 5:00 AM.  If you are interested in any of these trips, please contact Capt.  Andy  (401) 788-6012  for reservations and the latest fishing updates.

 

Sunday

The fishing was a little slower than yesterday as the boat had to anchor up due to the weather conditions.  Over all it was still a very good day of fishing with a couple of limits and near limits.

The boat is ready to set sail tomorrow, Monday, January 16 at 5:00 AM. 

Saturday, January 14, 2017

It was a very good of COD fishing!  The morning was slow but by mid morning the fishing picked up.  Many limits around the boat.  Jigs seemed to outperform fresh bait.  Largest fish was 19+ lbs with the average size in the 12-15 lb range.  Double headers were coming over the rail today.

The boat is planning on sailing this Sunday and Monday

The schedule for this week is Fri, Sat, Sun and Monday (January 13 - 16). please call Capt. Andy (401) 788-6012 for the latest updates and reservations.

 

Friday, January 06, 2017

Due to the impending winter storm, the boat will NOT be sailing on Saturday, January 7th.  Sunday is looking iffy, so please call Capt. Andy (401) 788-6012 for the latest updates.

Monday January 2, 2017

It was a steady pick of Cod all day.   The bite was still on when the boat had to leave the grounds early due to a medical emergency by one of anglers.  High hook had 6 keepers.

Due to the good fishing, the Seven B’s is planning on sailing this Wednesday, January 4th, Capt. Andy will be at the helm for the Cod season and he can be reached at (401) 788-6012 for reservations.  The boat leaves the dock at 5:00 AM.

Wednesday, December 28

The winds kicked up earlier than predicted and drifting for Cod was not an option.  The boat had to anchor up all day and while there were fish on every spot it was a slow pick. High hook had 6 Cod. 

The Seven B’s has cancelled its COD trip for tomorrow, Thursday, December 29 due to the weather forecast.   THE Weather for the next few days looks iffy, so please call Capt. Andy at (401) 788-6012.

 

 

For the remainder of 2016, the Seven B’s will be sailing Wednesday thru Saturday, December 28 – 31, leaving the dock at 6:00 AM weather permitting. 

Starting in January 2017, the sailing time will switch to 5:00 AM, with a Friday, Saturday and Sunday schedule.  Reservations are required.

 Capt. Andy will be at the helm for the Cod season and he can be reached at (401) 788-6012 for reservations.

THINK FISH!

Friday, December 23

It was a slow pick of nice size quality Cod again at every drop today.  A number of Cod in the 10-13 lb range.  The Sea Bass also made a showing with the fish in the medium size range.

The Seven B’s will not be sailing on Saturday, December 24 due to the weather forecast.  Next week’s schedule is Wednesday thru Saturday, December 28-31. 

 

Capt. Russ and Jean Benn are wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday.

Wednesday, December 21

It was a slow pick of Cod at every stop during the day.  The Cod were all quality size with only a handful of throwbacks.  There were a number of Sea Bass caught with a few in the 3-4 lb range. 

The weather for Friday is looking very good, but Saturday’s forecast is iffy at the moment.  If you want to get out on the water Cod fishing before Christmas, Friday is your best bet.  Please call Capt.  Andy for reservations (401) 788-6012

The boat has a private charter this wednesday, December 21.  The next planned sailing dates are Friday and Saturday, December 23+24. Captain: Andrew Dangelo is the Capt. for the Cod Season. Please call him for reservations.
(401) 788-6012

Wednesday, December 14, 2016IT was was a slower day of fishing than Sunday as the bait fish moved off of the grounds.  Drift conditions were tough for most of the day as the tide was ripping.  Keeper Cod and Sea Bass were boated by the anglers. 

Due to the weather conditions for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the boat does not plan to sail on those days.  The Seven B’s is keeping an eye on the weather for the Sunday, so stay tuned.  As always, please call the office before heading down to the dock.

The boat is planning on sailing tommorrow, Wednesday, December 14, for Cod leaving the dock at 6:00 AM

 

 

 

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Squid schedule
May 26, 2017
2017 Fluke Season
May 17, 2017
Cod Fishing
Feb 14, 2017
Cod fishing
Jan 18, 2017
Cod fishing
Dec 26, 2016
Fluke Fishing Schedule
Jun 28, 2016
Squid Fishing
May 24, 2016
FLUKE FISHING 2016
May 3, 2016
Striped Bass
Jun 23, 2014
Memorial Day Fishing
May 20, 2014
Squid & Fluke Schedule
May 13, 2014
2014 Fluke Season
May 10, 2014
Cod Fishing
Feb 4, 2014
Cod Season Begins
Dec 27, 2013
Full day Fluke trips
Jun 18, 2013
Fluke & Squid Fishing
May 30, 2013
Great Cod Fishing!
Mar 27, 2013
Cod Season
Jan 5, 2013
Black Fish Season
Oct 28, 2012
Sunset Fluke Trip
13 lb Fluke taken yesterday
Sep 3, 2012
Fluke fishing
Jun 29, 2012
Fluke and Squid Season - May Fishing
Seven B's will be starting to start fishing for Fluke and Squid May 4th
Apr 26, 2012

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