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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-19-2019, 07:41 AM Thread Starter
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One Opening Cape Cod 6/15

I have an opening for one person to fish for haddock, then stripers and whatever else once we get our limit on Saturday 6/15. Boat is Big Fish charters out of Marshfield/Green Harbor marina. 12 hour trip, could possibly carpool & stay with us, or meet up there. PM me if interested, thanks for looking!

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If my club was not having a mortgage burning on the 15th I would take you up on the invitation. I never fished for Haddock, but I like to eat them.
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Last bump. I opening left.

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How was the trip?

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How was the trip?
We did well. The weather wasn't the best, but we made lemonade out of lemons, never was able to find the 6th person, so 5 of us fished. We weren't able to make it out far enough to fish for pollock (too windy), so we targeted haddock & cod. Wound up with a limit of haddock, and a handful of hake; slow pick at first but the bite really turned on after lunch. The biggest surprise though was the number of cod....probably as many as haddock, but in that area of Cape Cod you can't keep any. My understanding is that the rules are relaxing finally, and starting this fall you can keep 1. I'm heading back up to fish on a party boat next month, to George's Bank where you CAN keep cod, but that is mostly jigging, not bait. Haddock are GREAT eating fish.
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Sounds like a fun trip!! Some fine eating there!!

Back when Yankee Capts ran offshore trips out of Gloucester to Cashes Ledge & Georges Bank...I did 4 trips. They were overnite/3 day trips. We normally brought home about 150 lbs of cod, & pollock fillets. Normally only caught about a half dozen haddock. We did 100% deep water jigging with 18-22oz needle jigs. Those were the days!!


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Sounds like a fun trip!! Some fine eating there!!

Back when Yankee Capts ran offshore trips out of Gloucester to Cashes Ledge & Georges Bank...I did 4 trips. They were overnite/3 day trips. We normally brought home about 150 lbs of cod, & pollock fillets. Normally only caught about a half dozen haddock. We did 100% deep water jigging with 18-22oz needle jigs. Those were the days!!

Sweet. I'm going on Helen H, it's one day fluking near Nantucket, and the next day cod/pollock at George's Bank. I am pretty sure Yankee Captains is still in business.

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