Helen H Captain’s Special Red Hot Fishing!!

August 14th, 2016

On the first day we worked off on George’s Bank and turned up the cod and pollack with a few haddock and cusk mixed in. On the second day we hammered the seabass up to 4.5lbs and fluke up to 13.8lbs!







Robert Derubbio

Bay Ridge Bklyn



Albert Jackson

Strong Island, NY

Showing Matt the love after he gaffed his double digit fish. Great weather, great fishing, what a trip!

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Helen H Fluke

August 8th, 2016

Mike Buonaquista, Jeff Gutman and the Jersey boys had their charter last week on the Nantucket fluke grounds. Hot fishing on big fluke and big seabass. We fished the deeper flats for the fluke and the shallow rocks for the seabass. below are a few of the nicer fish.


Ryan Marcus

Staten Island

13.3 lbs

Bob Babcock

Pittstown, NJ

10.0 lbs

Whitney Schloeder

Atlantic highlands, NJ

10.3 lbs

Bill Tinnes

Annandale NJ

10.8 lbs


Bob Babcock’s second double digit fish of the trip

11.4 lbs

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Fishark Adventures Annual Nantucket Fluke

August 2nd, 2016

Fishark Adventures had their annual Nantucket Fluke Trip with great results. Loads of big fish including a bunch of fish over 10lbs. Steve griznar “Griz” accomplished something no other fluke fisherman even comes close to. 25 FISH OVER TEN POUNDS!!! Griz has been sailing with us for a number of years, fluking only of course. I believe I have pictures of all of them.


Here are a few fish that deserve honorable mention:


Brick, NJ

10.6 pounds


Rob Wegel

Dover plains, NJ



John Viol

New York, NY



JP of the “OSPREY” on his annual bus mans holiday with a 13 lb 13oz fish, but didn’t beat the 14.2 he caught exactly one year ago Pictured below







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Article: Catch Bigger Scup and Sea Bass

June 7th, 2010

copy-of-v0000585Pro Tactics: Bigger Scup and Sea Bass
By Zach Harvey

No one reading this is apt to need a big sales pitch on why porgy fishing is such fun. Let’s face it: scup provide near-constant action, they pull-pound-for-pound-harder than almost anything else swimming in New England waters, and they’re delicious. And for whatever hard-wired biological reason, massive bodies of these little scrappers storm the shoal waters outside Hyannis each spring, to sow the next crop and then binge-feed. Interestingly, the Nantucket Sound spring run of porgies is unique in that the scup elsewhere-especially west of Buzzard’s Bay-are piled up thick along the beaches but just won’t chew. While draggers and fish trappers in Rhode Island have massive May and June landings, rod-and-reelers can’t usually buy a bite. Off Hyannis, porgies-the biggest kind of porgies, two- to four-pounders-chew like crazy. There are also sea bass in the mix, including some absolute monsters in excess of six pounds. (more…)