Best Times to Fish

Habits can change year to year. Call for what’s currently biting.

Limits / Regulations
Striped Bass28 in and over1 per person, per dayMay – October
BluefishNo minimums3 per person, per dayNo Season
Haddock17 in and over12 per person, per dayApril 15th– September 16th
Pollock (Maine)
No minimumsNo limitsNo Season
Pollock (Federal)19 in and overNo limits
CodCatch and releaseCatch and releaseCatch and release
Halibut (Maine)
41 in and over1 per boat, per dayMay 11th-June 20th
Halibut (Federal)1 fish per dayNo Season
SharkCatch and releaseCatch and releaseCatch and release

We strongly support C.P.R Fishing. This means, Catch, Photograph and Release. If you choose to keep a fish that adheres to the Maine State regulations, the fish will be filleted and packaged for you at no additional cost. Striped Bass OVER 40” are not encouraged to be harvested. We want to keep these fish around to ensure the success of future generations of fisherman to come.

NMFS – In respect to Large Bluefin Tuna greater than 73” curved fork length, it is permitted to be retained by our vessel under NOAA regulations and will be the sole property of the vessel and captain. In the event that a Giant Bluefin over 73” is landed, 50% of your trip will be refunded.