July 30th, & July 31st Fishing Reports
THURSDAY, JULY 30TH
Thursdays trip was a full boat at 25 people. The day was hot, with very little moving air on the water. The fishing was on the slower side, even though the dogfish finally gave us a decent break from their trouble. We managed to scratch out a day, with some fishermen getting up to 6 or 7 keepers each. Although the fishing was slow, with the couple of families we had on the boat, we really enjoyed the day; and managed to go home with dinner for all.
FRIDAY, JULY 31ST
Fridays trip started off slow in the morning. The wind was negligible, which allowed us to drift all day. We started on western tillies, working our way east throughout the day. By mid morning, the bite started to pick up. The afternoon was great fishing, with lots of haddock and cusk coming over the rail in good numbers. We averaged about 8 keepers per person throughout the boat, with some of the more experienced anglers hitting the 15 haddock mark. A cusk around 10lbs won the pool. A great day of fishing.
FROM THE DECK OF THE LADY SEA
CAPTAIN MIKE & CREW