St. Paddy`s Day COD on IC2 & IC3

Happy St.Paddy`s day to all! Both the ISLAND CURRENT II & ISLAND CURRENT III reported super codfishing today on the local trip. Ca. Scott was oard the 50` ISLAND CURRENT II for Vasil S. and their hardy bunch from Rhode Island who took advantage of some great fishing on a beaiful day. Ca. Scott reported lots of limits were reached and a great time was had by all.

Ca. James called into the office that the ISLAND CURRENT III was right along side the sister ship and that both happy parties were digging into some fantastic spring like codfishing. As always, plenty of fresh skimmers and lots of fresh chum ke the aggressive cod chewing most of the day. Here are a few highlights of today`s trip that was passed along by first mate CJ: Andrew U from Orange County had a full boat limit and split the pool with Kimmy Kim from the Bronx who had 8 keepers with two 15 pounders, Mike G., from Cliffton NJ took command of hi-hook honors with an impressive 15 keepers (ORL), and our buddies Derek R., & Ron B., from Rehoboth, MA for 16 quailty cod, Hunt`s Point Jamie had 12 keepers (ORL)
and Charles B., from the Oceanview Motor Inn who also had 11 beaies (ORL).

We will be sailing Monday, March 18th and there is plenty of room. Please call the office to make your reservation! The last te cod trips have been very good! We are using the 76` ISLAND CURRENT III, which is equipped with a full galley, cushioned interior seating, and large spacious heated cin. Please call the office to confirm your reservation or book online.

To purchase tickets please call ZERVE at 212.209.3370 or book online at islandcurrent.com.

The 50` ISLAND CURRENT II is availle for private charter and plenty of choice dates Jan. tu April. The cost is $1,500 for up to 12 people; $100 each additional person. Please contact Ca. Cis at 917.417.7557 or email him your request at Captchris@islandcurrent.com.

Tight Lines,

Ca. Cis
ISLAND CURRENT FLEET
islandcurrent.com
917.417.7557

St. Paddy`s Day COD on IC2 & IC3 was last modified: March 17th, 2013 by Capt Chris