Bottom Fishing Madness

ISLAND CURRENT FLEET

The local porgy fishing remains excellent. Night fishing was also very good last night. We have plenty of private charters available day or night for this upcoming week.
The porgy limit is now 45 fish per person. Action has been very good with worms out fishing clams. We have plenty of room this week for private charters and open boat availability departing at 8 AM.

Night fishing on Tuesday night was very good. The daytime bluefishing has gotten very good with both bait chunking and jigging being very successful.

We are sailing everyday at 8 AM OPEN BOAT PORGY EXPRESS & 6:30 PM night Striped Bass & BLues. To purchase tickets please contact our ticketing company ZERVE at 212.209.3370 or book online at islandcurrent.com.

RHODE ISLAND BLACKFISHING aboard the 65` ISLAND CURRENT EXPRESS will commence on Oct. 20th. We will sail daily for BLACKFISH and also specialize in JUMBO PORGIES, SEA BASS, & CODFISH private charters. Please contact Capt. Chris for private charter details at 917.417.7557 or email him your request at [email protected]

The 50` ISLAND CURRENT II & 76` ISLAND CURRENT III will be fishing Snug Harbor, RI shortly and now taking private charters for Blackfish, Sea Bass, Codfish, & Scup. The boats are comfortable, with full galleys, and heated cabins. Call Capt. Chris for private charter availability and pricing and information at 917.417.7557 or email him at [email protected]

50/50 BLACKFISH dates with Capt. James aboard the 50` ISLAND CURRENT II are Friday, 10/25 & Monday, 10/28. 6 AM departure and the fare is $120 per person. Reservations are a must thru ZERVE at 212.209.3370 or book online at islandcurrent.com.

The boats….

ISLAND CURRENT (up to 17 passengers)

ISLAND CURRENT II (up to 42 passengers)

ISLAND CURRENT III (up to 110 passengers)

ISLAND CURRENT IV (up to 67 passengers)

ISLAND CURRENT EXPRESS (up to 101 passengers)

Tight Lines,

Capt. Chris

ISLAND CURRENT FLEET

islandcurrent.com

917.417.7557

Bottom Fishing Madness was last modified: October 12th, 2013 by Capt Chris