Come Fishing on Cape Ann's Premier Party Boat
The 72' F/V "LADY SEA"
Conveniently located at Cape Ann's Marina Resort in historic Gloucester, MA. We are able to offer both open boat fishing and private charters catered to your business or personal needs.
For Reservations and Bookings
All Day Fishing for April & May
$54.50, plus $5.00 rod rental fee
with food, sodas, and cold beer!
Come with us and experience deep sea fishing at its finest aboard the '72 F/V "Lady Sea".
Gloucester Fleet offers fishing for all skill levels and ages. Gloucester Fleet runs deep sea fishing charters and evening cruises around Cape Ann led by some of Gloucester’s most accomplished captains and mates. Whether you're a seasoned veteran or a greenhorn on vacation, we have a trip for you!
Gloucester Fleet is located just 40 minutes North of Boston and is easy to reach by Route 128. The location of our base of operations is close to some of the best fishing grounds in the Gulf of Maine. Summer is here and trips are filling up quickly!
The Lady Sea is armed with top of line rental tackle that consists of: Ugly Stick rental rods with Penn Jig Master Reels and Hi-Seas mono.
The Lady Sea's wheelhouse is loaded with state of the art electronics: 2 Furuno Radars, 2 Furuno GPS, 2 Furuno Depth Sounders (Fish Finders), 2 Northstar GPS/Plotters, 1 Simrad GPS/Plotter, 3 Standard Horizon VHF marine radios, 1 Standard Horizon Hailler, 1 Digital Depth Gauge, 1 Side Scan Sonar and 1 Digital Temp. Gauge.
Here in Gloucester, Ma. we are lucky to be close to some of the best bottom fishing grounds off of New England. We fish areas such as Tillies Ledge, Stellwagen Bank (a National Marine Sanctuary), Jeffiries Ledge, Straw Hat as well as a few other "hot spots". Having so many areas to fish within two hours steam from Gloucester lets us offer exciting trips that cover a lot of bottom while giving you plenty of fishing time. You'll have the chance to catch Cod, Haddock, Pollack, Cusk, Wolfish (Ocean Catfish), Red Fish and the 45 pound Hake featured above caught off of Tillies Ledge.