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Hard at work on winter maintenance for Conch 27 striped bass machine

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Starting to do all the off-season maintenance on my  Conch 27. This is my Falmouth-based boat that takes hundreds of people out annually. I also attended my first fishing show in New Hampshire this week end and had a very positive response on fishing charter bookings for this coming season. I decided to post a picture of some happy anglers that travelled from the granite state and had a fantastic striper trip last spring. Give me a call and let’s get you on the calendar!

Asked for tuna and were glad about striped bass!

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These tuna customers tried hand at stripers having a breakout day going home with fine memories and a cooler full of perfectly fillet meat . Theses anglers called last week and asked how the tuna fishing was I told them that we might get one or two so I suggested bass instead seeing that on the previous tuna trips everyone reeled in two they were glad they went bass fishing with everyone reeling in over 5 fish each.


John Curran from Boston with two 40+ inch striped bass

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John Currant made the quick trip from Boston to Falmouth harbor to fish with me in Vineyard Sound and caught these gorgeous stripers, 44 an 46 inches in length, and relased another ten striped bass. can’t beat this gorgeous weather and great striped bass. Come fishing with me during the best part of the striped bass season. Give me a call.


Massachusetts State Record Mahimahi

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New England Patriot Ty Warren and crew with Massachusetts State Record Mahimahi

Last sumer I captained a trip with New England Patriot Ty Warren to the deep canyons and warm waters south of Martha’s Vineyard, and we caught the giant mahimahi (almost known as dolphin). The fish turned out to be a Massachusetts state record, and Ty and and I got a nice write-up on Going after warm water species like mahimahi and marlin are a great option in the late summer, and Hairball Charters is always ready to go.  Call 617-755-1847 and let’s nook a charter today!

May is almost here, and the trophy striped bass are almost here too

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Can you name these New England Patriots? They fish with Hairball Charters.

May is the start of the season, and I can’t tell you how exciting it is to get out on the water in the crisp spring air and find those big striped bass that have arrived from down south for their big migration to New England waters. The striped bass are big, and they are hungry. This is very exciting fishing, and May books up fast. Sometimes I have a few ball players from the New England Patriots out on the water too. To read more about May conditions, check out the “seasons” section of this site.  Call 617-755-1847 to book your 2010 charter today.