OPENING DAY FOR THE LADY SEA
Saturday, April 8th, FISHING REPORT
Saturday’s marathon trip was our first day of the season. We had a windy Friday into Saturday morning, and the weather was a little bumpy to start the day. As the morning went on, the weather got much nicer. Although, it was cold out.
The fishing was mediocre. We started out in 250ft of water, with a good sign of life on the bottom unfortunately, it didn’t translate to a lot of fish on the deck.
From there, we spent the day exploring up onto Jeffrey’s ledge. The fishing stayed spotty all day, some on bait, some on jig. We ended the day with a mix of haddock, cod, cusk, Pollock and redfish.
Reports from other charter boats around us were the same as what we did all day. Just mediocre fishing following a windy day. Totally normal. However, there’s a lot of life to the east and north. We expect that the fishing will be steady going through the spring.
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