A typical day of fishing will start with a short ride to find bait. Typically mackerel are the best bait which are a blast to catch. Using bait rods one can pull up half a dozen mackerel at a time making for great fun especially for kids. With a taste of what its like to catch the little fish and knowing that they are bait for even bigger fish the whole experience gets everyone excited for the main attraction of the next stop.
Once the live well is full of mackerel, we will motor to the next location and gear up. The weather, tide, wind and several other factors will influence were we go for the big fish. This will range from Ipswich Bay, the Parker River, or the Merrimack River depending on the conditions. One of the many advantages of fishing out of a sport fishing center console boat with 300-horse power is that we can quickly move around to find the fish and are not locked into picking one spot and hoping for the best. On an average day, we will put 30 miles on the boat.
Featuring live bait drifting, trolling, spotting, and stalking. Occasionally, we will throw some top water plugs if the opportunity presents itself.
8 hour trip - 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. or 7 a.m. to 3 p.m
Featuring live baiting, drifting, trolling, spotting and stalking fishing. This trip starts in the afternoon and goes into the evening.
5-hour afternoon trip - 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunglasses, sunscreen, food/drinks (bottled water provided), hat, and appropriate attire for the weather keeping in mind it is usually 10 degrees cooler on the water. A small cooler should be kept in your car at the dock for fillets that you will bring home. The boat has several coolers for your use during the day.
Call or text Captain Mark at 978-480-0867
Prices do not include gratuity. 15-20% is industry standard.
All bookings require a $100 non-refundable deposit. Cash, check, or Venmo (@Mark-Boynton-8) payments are accepted.
The Captain reserves the right to postpone trips due to weather. Postponed trips will be re-booked or the deposit will be refunded.
Trips Do Not cover the rod/reel loss due to negligence.