Yankee Fleet has cancelled their trips for Saturday, May 25th. This includes our 1 Day Overnight trip departing on Saturday at 8pm.
To take advantage of the good weather for the rest of the weekend we are delaying our 1Day Overnight trip till Sunday evening. We will depart Sunday May 26th at 8pm and return on Monday 5/27 at 6pm. Call for more information and reservations. 855-546-3473
Based on weather we are looking to run as scheduled for Sunday and Monday looks great weather wise. Reservations are suggested and can be made online at www.yankeefleet.com or by calling our office at 855-546-3474.
For all other inquiries please contact us at 855-546-3474. Our office will be open till 6pm this evening 5/24 and 9am-6pm on Saturday 5/25, 5:30am-6pm Sunday 5/26 and Monday 5/27, 5:30am-6pm.
Good day of fishing . Steady pick of fish all day. Every stop produced fish.
It was also the George Cabral fundraiser. It was a fun day with lots of familiar faces and big hearts. A very successful day . Donations can still be made by calling 855-5GO-fish.
Today at 7am we are having the George Cabral Benefit fishing trip. The goal is to raise money to help out George’s Wonderful wife Ruthie. All proceeds from the trip will go directly to her. I know not everyone can make it for this fishing trip. But you can still make a donation, by calling us at 855-5GO-FISH. Just tell the reservation staff your calling to make a donation. Thank you.
LIMITED OUT TODAY. Capt Terry did his job well.
Very good fishing again today. Captain Terry, had a steady bite going all day. Mostly cod again with some haddock thrown in. Lots of happy people coming off the boat.
A very good day all around at Yankee Fleet. The Yankee Freedom headed to Fippenies on Saturday night. With Capt. Zappa at the wheel. After a very bumpy ride out, we settled in to fish around 3am. fishing started out as a slow pick. We didn’t have to wait long before the bite started. At the first sign of daylight it was fast and furious for 3-4 hours. Cod, pollock, and haddock coming over the rail all over the boat. Even when the bite finally slowed down. It was a constant pick the rest of the day. A great trip. With some very nice people.
The Yankee Clipper with Capt. Tom Lukegord at the wheel, headed a more southerly direction than we have been fishing. They also had a very good day after a little exploring, Plenty of cod, and haddock for everyone.
The Yankee Patriot, headed out with Capt. Johnny. He has been very consistent in taking the old girl and putting her on fish. And yesterday was no different. We sure had a great weekend.
Fantastic day aboard the Yankee Clipper. Capt. Pete kept the gang on the fish all day. lots of cod were caught. Some folks were even throwing the the smaller leagal size fish back for for bigger fish. There were some nice haddock caught too. Lots of throw backs. Just an inch too short.
Capt. Johnny took the Patriot out this morning. They also had a pretty good day. They had a stedy pick all day. They too had alot of just short haddock. All in all it was a very good day.
All three boats were out today. Charters on the Clipper and Freedom. The Patriot had the open boat. The same results were had by all three boats. Each stop produced a good bite for the first 15 minutes. Then it would slow down. There was a little better than a slow pick all day. The end result was pretty good but not great. There was a great sign of fish, but they just didn’t want to feed.