Daily Fishing Charters From
Truro & Provincetown
Cape Cod

Captain Joe

Your Captain, Joe Francis is a native Cape Codder.  Joe takes great pride in the quality of your charter experience. Joe has one boat, the Nauset.  And you may be assured that only  Joe, will Captain every trip that is booked. He grew up helping his dad work the family‚Äôs 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.

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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 private walk in bathroom.  Older folks are restful seated in the fully enclosed weatherproof salon.These important features make the Nauset the most comfortable charter boat departing from the Pamet Harbor, Truro.  Fishermen have 180 degrees of deck space to fly fish, light tackle cast or jig.

 

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Lobsters

You keep
what
you catch!

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Don’t Panic

After every season Joe takes inventory of all the charter fishing gear.  It’s not pretty.  Rods have their guides torn off or bent wildly out of center, spinning reels with crooked handles, reel drags that have been so worn out that they won’t hold a troll rig in place.  The list goes on.  By the following season, everything is either fixed or replaced so we are as good as new.  However, much of the damage could have been avoided if our charter anglers wouldn’t have panicked when a fish was first caught.  The heart races, the adrenaline rushes, and the instinct to get the Striper or Bluefish into the boat as fast as possible takes over.  This translates into the aforementioned gear damage.  That’s why, my first advice when a fish is being landed is, “take your time.”  Let the rod and reel work together to tire the fish out.  In so doing, the fish is tired and easily brought into the boat.  And you’ll have a memory of an epic fight to go along with your trophy fish.  Yesterday, we had Nicole and Troy for an afternoon charter.  Nicole has been fishing for as long as she remembers, going back to her days fishing with her dad.  When her trophy Striped Bass struck her live Mackerel she didn’t panic.  She expertly let the fish take line, knowing, eventually it would tire.  She kept her rod up and let the bend of the rod and drag work as intended.  And after an epic and well played fight her trophy Striper was brought aboard.  Truly one of the best examples of how to fight a large fish this season.  Congratulations Nicole!

Nicole with her Trophy Striper caught off Race Point, Provincetown
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