WEEKEND ROUND UPhtt

DAY & NIGHT BLUEFISHING WAS STELLAR

Weekend Review

Ca. Scott ran the ISLAND CURRENT II on Friday in nasty weather and down right evil conditions. They did manage to make a day of it at the tog grounds with everyone getting a few keepers.

The night fishing for blues Friday night was amazing as both boats beat on the blues all night at anchor chunking. Pool fish 15 pounds.

Saturday, the tog bite slowed for the ISLAND CURRENT III, while Ca. Scott oard the 65` ISLAND CURRENT EXPRESS managed to p a resple tog catch together for Pete R. & company.

That evening Ca. Pete decribed the night fishing oard the ISLAND CURRENT IV as the best night of the year so far. Pool fish was weighed in at 17 pounds.

Sunday`s open boat blackfishing oard the ISLAND CURRENT III was very tough. Our other four boats were also o with private charters chunking for blues and bass. The daytime & nighttime fishing is EXCELLENT.

We are sailing daily at 6:30 PM as an open boat and PRIVATE CHARTERS are availle seven days or nights a week.

We have plenty of availility for day & evening private charters for either a NYC Cruise, LI SOUND BLACKFISH Charters, Rhode Island Private Charters, and private Striped Bass & Bluefish charter. For more information on setting up a private oing please contact Ca. Cis at 917.417.7557 or email him your request at [email protected]

RHODE ISLAND FISHING O OF SNUG HARBOR WILL COMMENCE ON FRIDAY, NOV. 2nd at 5 AM. BOOK YOUR TICKETS TU ZERVE AT 212.209.3370 or book online at islandcurrent.com.

SAILING DAILY at 8 AM BLACKS & PORGIES and Night fishing every night for Striped Bass at 6:30 PM. To purchase tickets please call ZERVE at 212.209.3370 or book online at islandcurrent.com.

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 100 passengers)

Tight Lines,

Ca. Cis

ISLAND CURRENT FLEET

islandcurrent.com

917.417.7557

WEEKEND ROUND UPhtt was last modified: October 21st, 2012 by Capt Chris