The Haddock fishing on Kayman charters has been awesome this Spring. Kayman Charters has been on non stop action on Stellwagon Bank.
Plenty of bait and a lively whale show has spiced up trips all Spring long. Sand eels and Herring have been the main feed for all the species. Sand eels attract everything from Mackerel to Giant Tuna. These 3-5 in tasty creatures are the beginning of the food chain that brings so much life to the Bank!
Join in for a private or Shared Charter for great Haddock fishing!
The Haddock fishing report from f/v Lisa&Jake Gloucester Ma is reporting a ton of fish! The folks from Ct made the first trip out to Jeffries ledge via Tillies. The reports are anglers were lock and load! The action was non stop, lot of smaller fish in the mix so you really had to adjust the bait and weed through the Cod and the short Haddock to get the bag limits. A few Pollock came to gaff as well as a Cusk or two.
A new Shared Charter has opened up! MAY 16 has 3 open spots!
The Shared Charters are filling up for Haddock fishing in May. Kayman Charters has opened more Shared Charter dates.
We have also opened May 1 and May 2 for the folks who like to fish for two days. This will be the opening day of the season and sure to be a great trip as the fish will be stacked up waiting for the bait offering!
The Lisa&Jake went into the water the other day, I will keep working on the boat and do some exploring before the opener to make sure the bins will be full!
Cod and Haddock trips have been hot this Spring. A lot of small fish mixed in with some nice Market sized fish. The weather has been nice on the days we have gotten out but has kept the Lisa&Jake at the dock a good number of times already.
A new Shared charter page is up and running for those who would like to get in on some of the action.
The government is clamping down on the recreational angler and is going to prohibit Cod and Haddock fishing After the end of August so get your trips in before then!
Here is a short video I put together
Another great week of fishing landed nice recreational Tuna catches of some Fat fish!
Clients experienced multiple hook-ups and limiting out on Tuna catches for some great fish for Sushi or steaks on the barby!
Large Haddock are abundant on the ground fish trips! Average Haddock are around 8-9 pounds with a few monsters in the mix. Cod fish are still making a show with last weeks large Cod at 19 pounds.
Shared Tuna trip Sept 7 still has openings and the shared ground fish trip is scheduled for Sept 14
See kaymancharters.com to sign up!
A Few pictures of the overnight trip offshore were Cod fishing was as good as it gets with Cod to thirty plus pounds and many twenty five pounders as well! This trip left at 10pm with a nice ride to the grounds the boat arrived at the grounds for a daybreak bite. With the fish stacked up fifteen feet high it was lock and load fishing! Every time the jig hit bottom it was “FISH ON”. The group fished as long as they could limiting out on Large Cod plus boxes of Haddock and Pollock to add to the catch!
August has been a prime time for large Sharks! With the water temp in the seventies these hungry creatures are everywere! The commotion of fish being caught attracks these creatures to the boat and they seem to wait for the larger fish that struggle more to take a bite!
The other day folks had what could have been a record Haddock and all that came up was a huge head. Held next to a 9 pound haddock that was caught this fish was estimated to be over fifteen pounds):
The Tuna bite was turned on last week with double hook-ups and many single bites! The groups caught their own baits early during the day picking out the lucky ones..They were all Lucky one day as every bait hooked a Tuna! The limits were caught and the rest tagged and released!
The Haddock fishing has been producing some large Haddock at key spots. Smaller Haddock have been abundant everywere but some spots hold the beauties!
Thanks to the many folks who enjoyed thier stay at Lisa’s Lookout and thier trips with Kayman Charters! Hope to see you again soon!
Most of the fish has been Cod and Pollock, Gary wanted to try for some Haddock because his arms were sore from reeling up Cod!