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    Pollock fishing

    Due to cod and haddock protections, we couldn't keep those but managed 6 good pollock between 3 guys which isn't a great average. I got my 3 on a jog with lime green teaser. Ended up with 22.5 lbs of fillets. Good day nonetheless






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    Quote Originally Posted by ctrider View Post
    Due to cod and haddock protections, we couldn't keep those but managed 6 good pollock between 3 guys which isn't a great average. I got my 3 on a jog with lime green teaser. Ended up with 22.5 lbs of fillets. Good day nonetheless



    Good eat who did you fish with /where? Great job

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    The Yellowbird out of Hampton NH. We've gone out with just about everyone there and found them to be the best. No overcrowding, Capt works hard to get on the fish, good mates etc.

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    Nice catch! And you even wore the Irish setters. Haha. Fillets look great!
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    Good eats right there. I did a ton of fishing this summer, and ended up buying my first boat.
    Had some good trips with friends from the site too. I def wanna do a Cod trip.
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    Nothing better then fresh fish for dinner .
    How deep were you fishing?
    Looks like it was FAC.
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    Hey Dive - no cod fishing as far as I know, overfished commercially so they are hopefully on the rebound.

    Andy - we were around 300'

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    Congrats on a great trip,

    I believe Cod is only closed in the gulf of Maine but I could be mistaken. Check out Eastman's out of NH. They do marathon trips out to Fippinnies and last year they were catching halibut on a lot of the trips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dive4Blood View Post
    Good eats right there. I did a ton of fishing this summer, and ended up buying my first boat.
    Had some good trips with friends from the site too. I def wanna do a Cod trip.
    Did you find a dock slip for your boat ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatlander View Post
    Did you find a dock slip for your boat ?
    Nothing hammered down yet, been talking to different boat owners about what they think. It kinda got put on the back burner lately with all the prepping for bow hunting and exercising the beagles for the seasons. Thanks for reminding me.
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