Capt Phil said pretty good, I’d call it better than excellent. Bigger fish in the very deep water but 8-10 on the low side and many limits. All Haddock, just a few big Pollock, but we didn’t go looking for them, way offshore today. Had a guy call upset about all the cancellations, seriously??? It’s January in the North Atlantic. We only run at all because the fishing is so good, and 1 or 2 days a week helps greatly with the payroll(still have 14 people on payroll) but it’s winter, you have to pick and choose your days. We lucked out in December, 3-4 days a week, but now it’s January and if you get out 1, maybe 2 days a week your doing good. There is nothing we can do about the weather and I think we’ve done a phenomenal job at not wasting people’s time( 1mistake all winter so far). Yes the boat has climate controlled cabins and outside heated railings, it’s still winter off the NH coast. Cold and wind have to be taken seriously so we don’t hurt anyone. We will not run unless the weather is safe, not going to hurt anyone, our number one priority. Today was amazing, but it doesn’t happen only a handful of days this time of year. That being said, the only day that was a maybe coming up was Sunday and with single digits in the morning we’re not going to run. Hoping for next Wednesday and Thursday. We will continue to run on any nice days until the fish leave. We start operating for Redfish on the 24th of March until 4/1 when we’ll be back looking for Haddock and Cod.
Capt Les

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