Posts Tagged ‘codfish’

Leviathan (trailer) on Vimeo

Leviathan (trailer) on Vimeo on Vimeo

via Leviathan (trailer) on Vimeo.

This is a great Documentary about the fishing industry from a minimalist perspective.  It will be playing at the Music Hall in Portsmouth NH in March.  I will be there.

Fishing Vessel crew and Licensed Capt.

I am looking for Worthy crewman in 2014


Fishing Vessel crew and Licensed Capt..

April 27&28

Fantastic weekend aboard Cayo Mio. Sunday we landed over 400lbs of fish for 6 anglers. 603-498-7577




2011 Commercial & Rec Fishing industry just under 200 Billion


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

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!!!!!

Ready to go!

On friday we Splashed from The Eliot branch of Kittery Point Yacht Yard. From there we did a basic sea trial to ensure all systems were go. Then it was down the river and to the sea where we were greeted by 25knots out of the south. It took us 2 and1/2 hours to travel 5 miles to Rye Harbor. We arrived safe and sound before the brunt of the weekend storm swallowed us up in spring rain and winds. Our first trip is April 28th. We will be groundfishing. Sunday is open however. Please call.

Spring Fishing

As we slowly inch along on the path of spring, we see signs. These signs are in the light through the trees. Its in the song of the birds, whether they are cardinals or finches. It’s in the bluebird family, revisiting their bird house. To me spring is also a time of planning and organizing as to maximize my efficiency and enjoyment of the outdoors. I focus, just like the birds and the trees in the warm weather to come. The ocean too begins a change. The sun warms the surface and calles the first plankton to bloom. The moon summons the herring and alewives to run the rivers black with numbers. Soon the stripers will be arriving. They follow the herring to the rivers and out to sea again. After the water warms, the mackerel show. And so this endless call and response of predator and prey occurs every year, begining with the first robin, and the first daffodil. Soon it will be May, and the fishing will be excellent. The codfish, who just like the robin and the herring return. In the shallow waters off the Isles of Shoals they spawn on the moon. We will catch lots of codfish then, and Haddock to. I encourage everyone to be a part of this chronology. By June, the grass will be cut several times and the tuna begin to show. Bluefin tuna come here for the herring and the mackerel. They feed and feed until they increase there weight nearly 30%. This too is remarkable. On our charters to Jeffery’s ledge, we see tunas and whales, large basking sharks, seal and dolphins. We are a part of the biomass itself.

I encourage you to book a trip and explore the wonderful resources we have access to here in New Hampshire -the ocean.

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