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updates july 5th

We have been fishing everyday with mixed results. Recently we have moved to striper trips, which have not been in our favor. The fish are hard to hook, with high sun and calm conditions. The codfish have stayed consistent thankfully. We have a trip tomorrow, it should be good.

Best day so far: May 28th,2012

Thanks to Kenny #1 and Bruce and Co. we had a fantastic day on the Ledge. After the tide switch, the seas flattened out and the fish were on! Four guys and 1 English lassie boated over 400 pounds of cod, haddock and pollock. We had a nice whale show in the afternoon as well with several humpback feeding with in site of the boat. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } // OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

may 20,2012

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Another great day with Clandestino Charters.  A bluebird day! Lots of fish and herring everywhere on the surface.  Thank you Bill Roy and brother Norm, as well as Josh, Joe and Kevin.

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May 12,was Father/son day with Clandestino Charters, to prepare for Mother’s day

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Saturday was a fantastic trip, with a group of rabble-rousers from the seacoast area. Chris and Max Duffy, Vinnie and Brian Gennaco, George Nardi and  and last but not least-Ed Bonner.  The weather was great, but this fishing was a bit elusive until the tide switch, which was around 10:30 am.  Southern Jeffery’s produced some gorgeous post-spawn Haddock.  We didn’t see too many codfish.  May guess is the biomass is still on the inshore side of the basin and breeding.  We will begin to see some lanky cod in the weeks to come as they leave their spawning grounds and move to forage throughout the Gulf of Maine.  The afternoon made the entire trip.  Six guys boated close to 80 fish.

I really enjoy this group.  They are all tied to fisheries in some way.  I am grateful they come aboard every year and trust my skills and knowledge.

May 6th,2012

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More delightful Haddock Magic on Sunday. Bruce Fletcher and crew managed to boat 75 haddock, 25 codfish and several pollack. Nice work all around and beautiful weather.  Its a great time to be on the waters of the Gulf of Maine.

May 5,2012 Hot Haddock Mess

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Over the weekend we had great Success on the large Bull Haddock. The weather was great and we were blessed with the luck of the Gnome aboard Cayo Mio.  Special thanks the John Leslie and his repeat efforts to choose our operation again this season.  I look forward to seeing you again.  4 guys fishing just over 100 delicious Haddock.

Haddock, super cool, awesome fish

We still have Sunday, May 6th available. Haddock fishing is great. 4 fisherman, 70 Haddock on last sunday’s trip. Call 603-497-7577 for info.

First trip of 2012 season!

Thanks to Vincent Bauer and friends. We were very successful at loading the boat with Haddock-delicious Haddock! The Northwest wind, however kicked up to 30knots for the ride home. It was a slow crawl. Over 70 fish for 4 guys. Excellent day!!!!!

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