Daily Fishing Charters From
Truro & Provincetown
Cape Cod

Captain Joe

Your Captain, Joe Francis is a native Cape Codder. He grew up helping his dad work the family’s oyster grant. As a teenager, Joe bought his first commercial boat and plied the waters of Cape Cod bay clamming. After serving our country proudly in the Navy, Joe returned to commercial fishing for cod and flounder. After 40 years of commercial fishing, Joe has developed a keen 6th sense of where the fish might be. This experience sets him apart from most other charter captains.

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Available Trips

We offer an array of fishing, and cruise options to satisfy any passenger looking for an enjoyable day on the water.

  • 2 1/2 Hour Striped Bass and Bluefish
    1/2 Day Striped Bass and Bluefish
    Full Day Striped Bass and Bluefish

  • Full Day Tuna

  • Whale Watching

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Our Boat

The Nauset is a new 27 foot Albemarle Sportfisherman. Families appreciate the below deck stateroom, bathroom and her fully enclosed weatherproof salon.

Fishermen have 180 degrees of deck space to fly fish, light tackle cast or jig. Our collapsible deck chairs round out the options when trolling for bass or tuna. The Nauset has the latest electronics, with the addition of side-scan sonar last season.

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You keep
you catch!

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Colorado High

My daughter Mara, moved to Denver last October. So, it was a pleasant surprise to see repeat customers Jackie, Jay and their 6 year old daughter Natalie, (who reside out in Aurora Colorado) on the Nauset for today’s charter. Jackie’s Dad Charlie has been coming to the Cape for 40 years and uses the summer, and the Cape, to get the families together. Today started out slow, with finicky bait. But, patience had its reward. And, after what seemed like forever, (yep, we feel that way too) we finally had the bait and the Bass to finish the trip in grand style!

Patriarch Charlie, holding a nice Striper caught on a live herring
Charlie fighting the good fight!
REDEMPTION! The running joke last trip was poor Jay, who couldnt buy a fish. today, Jay turned the tide and caught the most and biggest. 38″ and 21lbs