Mike and family went out to catch striped bass and whatever else would swim their way. Lo and behold, after Mike and the Captain were chatting about tuna, Mike suddenly felt a good tug on his line. The result was the landing of a good sized bonito!! Dinner photos were shared with the Captain!!
Today’s charter was a beautiful send off for Ben, a great young man heading off to West Point Academy. Dad, brother Ryan and a few close friends spent the day catching a huge amount of striped bass, with 3 or 4 keepers for the grill. There’s no better way to say we’re proud of you Ben!!!
Nothing is better than catching fish. And sometimes you have to work a little harder to find them. But Captain Joe eventually does. Ryan and Stacey worked with the Captain to scout out the fish and bring some home for dinner.
It was a beautiful day on the water. Family memories were made while catching an abundance of keeper striped bass off Race Point, Provincetown. Reggie, the patriarch of the family, experienced a first in his lifetime. A smile from ear to ear told the whole story.
Despite the early morning rain, thunder and lightening, this group of determined fishermen were bound and determined to get to Billingsgate Shoals. The trip was beyond successful. A full limit of keepers, fresh air fun, and Captain Joe wore out the fisherkids. See you again next year!!!
The smiles say it all! Today, the early morning was filled with sun and fair seas. Striped bass on the Great Back Side were abundant. Young anglers landed plenty of fish with several keepers to take home. The boatload of fishermen and the Captain had a fantastic day.
Two North Carolina boys enjoyed a fishy morning off the Race Station live lining Mackerel and trolling umbr ella rigs in the thick Cape cod fog.