Haddock Fishing from Gloucester long time fishing vessel, Kayman Charters Lisa&Jake will begin on May 1 2016. The new regulations will bring folks back into Gloucester for some great times and fishing!
Capt. Kevin will be at the Springfield Sportsman Show February 19-21. Make plans to see the show and say hi to the Captain.
Here is a sneak peek of some video I put together
Haddock Fishing will begin May 1 in Gloucester for Kayman Charters and f/v Lisa&Jake. May can be one of the best months for Haddock as these tasty deepwater fish are finishing their spawn and begin to filter into the gravely bottom to feed. A great fishing trip can be put together with family and friends or one of our shared charters if you like meet new friends.
Shared Charter dates for the Haddock fishing trips are filling up. Past clients know the ability of Kayman Charters to put the Shared Charters on to some Large Haddock in May.
Shared Charters are a great way to meet other anglers for future fishing trips. Kayman charters has online sign up for Shared Charters to instantly secure your spot. All Shared Charters get to go fishing ! I guarantee it!
Shared Charter fishing trips for Haddock Begin May 6 2016. The first Shared Charter will be on May sixth and our first trip will be May 1.
As the word spreads about our great news of a boat load of Haddock limits for 2016,folks are looking to get their spot reserved for the upcoming season. I have posted the schedule for the first two month of the season.
I expect another banner year for fishing! With the Haddock stocks at an all time high last year we caught Haddock right off the beach all the way to our east side honey holes!
The limit of Haddock is to be set at 15 per angler plus crew so 120 for a full boat! Still no limits on Reds, Pollock and Cusk.
Wishing all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
The Lisa& Jake got the winterizing today as the season came to an end for us last week.
I am very excited about the new regulations that should come out next week! Although we aren’t expected to get much Cod fish the legal amount of Haddock should be well over 100 fish for the boat! That should bring in a lot of anglers back to the rails of the Lisa&Jake and I expect a much busier year Starting May 1 when the new year begins. As the regulations come out I will post them and send e-mails in the news letter.
The ground fishing stopped on Aug 31 this year and the boat went Tuna Fishing, when we went for the rest of the year. We had some great trips and most of the Charters all caught Giant Bluefin. Seven hundred to eight hundred pound some of these fish weighed in at!
I will also put together a Shared Charter schedule to get some of those great folks back out on the water.
As our ground fishing has come to a close at the end of August all our trips have been for Tuna. Although the boat has not been fishing much so far this month our first Tuna trip was a success. Folk were catching Mackerel and Whiting when one of the reels doubled over and the line was screaming off the reel! The fish was wrapped around the anchor line so we spun the Lisa&Jake in circles to free the fish.
After an hour and half the fish was harpooned and tail wrapped to secure the fish. The fish was close to 500 pounds. The Charter was amazed at the fish and scheduled their next trip that will be on the house!
As our ground fishing season is about to come to an abrupt ending August 31,thanks to our wonderful government! I would like to thank all the group that did come to experience fishing on the Lisa&Jake!
We had quite a few new groups and Families that were wowed at the number of fish they caught! There has not been this many fish to catch in the last five years. If your bait bas on the bottom you had a bite in no more than 10 seconds..all year long at any of our hot spots!!! Not all fish were keepers but all non stop action with all nice Haddock,Pollock,Cusk and Redfish! and yes we had to let numerous 15 pound Cod swim for another day!
The boat will be open for Tuna trips on a limited schedule for any who would like to try their luck at catching a Giant !
For those who missed out on this short season, I hope to see you next year!
The Lisa&Jake has been fishing the Banks and Ledges out to 20 miles in search of all types of Fish! It seems no matter were we fish it is instant action! It has been years since you go to the spots and if you don’t have a bite in 15 seconds you lost your bait! Yes it has been that good! We have been catching a lot of Large Haddock, Cusk ,Pollock ,Cod and Large Sharks. Some of the fish we can keep and other must be returned due to regulations. All groups have had a great time and went home with a bag of fish.
August 31 will be our last ground fish trip of the year due to regulations. Beginning Sept first all trips can only target Tuna and Sharks. We still have some August openings so book now for best dates.
Fishing continues to be steady with limits of Large Haddock on every trip. Some of these fish are in the 7-10 pound range and give a good fight!
Folks have also caught some nice Pollock to 15 pounds as well as some nice 10 pound Cusk. Great weather has been with us on most days making for a great outing!
Sharks are showing up this month, we has one on for 35 minutes the other day before the fish took the anglers to the spool and the line parted. Summer is a great time for an outing to catch a few good eating fish and try your luck for some Shark or Tuna!
There are still plenty of openings and opportunities to get on a Shared Charter as well
As larger Haddock continue to flood the Gloucester waters we have added a Shared Fishing Charter on June 5. This trip currently has 3 openings.
Click here to sign up Shared Charter
Last weeks trips saw Haddock 7-9 pounds as well as some 10 pound Pollock. We did have our first Porbeagle attack but we will land him on the next trip!