Captain Kevin Bradshaw

Catches of the WeekCheck out the Catches of the Week to the right. These and earlier photos can also be found in the "Photo Album" and you can download a complimentary copy of your photo from there. Enjoy!


We started the morning with short action, a couple of slot fish and Pat with the 1st keeper by 9 am, but the bite never took hold. We tried several spots, getting a fish here and there, including Kenny's 25 pounder. Tomorrow is a new day and a new adventure, so we hope you join us.


AWESOME fishing continues with the best fall run of stripers we have seen in years. Rachel started off the morning bite with a slot fish and it was action, action and more action. Joe had a 15 lb keeper and many keeper-sized stripers, including Jake's 20 lb. Dennis's 22 lb and Joey's several,  were gently released to live another day. The biggest fish of the day was 40" weighing in at 30 lbs landed by Peter Franks. All anglers had a keeper and bonus fish to take home and it was a fun day for all aboard. Check the latest pictures out in the "photo album" November. Join us on our daily fishing adventure and be part of the fun!




Wednesday was another good day of fishing, Thursday with a good gang of anglers, was pretty bad. Only landed a few keepers and spent a lot of the trip exploring.  Cancelled today's charter due to the gale force winds. We will be at the dock in the morning ready for our fishing adventure. If you decide to join us, make sure you dress warmly.









STRIPERS, STRIPERS AND MORE STRIPERS!!!!!  Saturday young Greg started the bite at 10 am with the 1st keeper and within an hour, we ran into a mad dog striped bass bite. Young Greg had a 35 pound striper and Eric released a 25 lb striper. The hearty anglers aboard had a ton of action with an easy boat limit and many good sized keepers being released. Much bigger fish today with numerous big fish being released. Pics are of Greg, Eric, George.  Sunday saw nice weather and a good crowd, but it was not easy fishing even though we managed several nice keepers though not enough for the anglers aboard.. George had the pool at 20 lbs and Gino and Ernie were close contenders. At the dock on Monday due to lack of angler participation for us. 

Tuesday was COMPLETE MAYHEM on the Dorothy B. from the 1st whistle to the last!!!!! All anglers caught their keeper and slot fish and released many more. We caught our limit of keepers by 9:30am and worked hard to get our limit of slot fish as so many of the stripers released were big fish. Anglers released so many beautiful stripers to live another day. Fish were up to 30 lbs and were caught on jigs, shads, poppers, swimmers, live bunker and anything else you wanted to throw at them. We returned to the dock around 1 pm with exhausted and happy anglers.  This was the best and most exciting fishing we have had in a long time, if you were here, you were one of the lucky ones to be in on it!  Check photos of Nick with a nice released keeper ,Lance with a 40" fish which was safely released, 2 pics of Carl, one with a released big fish and the biggest fish of the day at almost 43". Eddie, Nick, Lou and John each with keeper & slot, and of course some of the fish on the deck. Join us tomorrow and get in on the fun.





Monday was another good day of striper fishing with the boat limit by 11:30 am. Robin had the pool with a nice 20 pounder. Pictures of Robin, John, Pat, Joey.  Tuesday was a cold and dreary November day, but we had hearty anglers aboard. Just 25 minutes into the trip, the bass were jumping all around the boat but they would not bite. Jake was determined to get them biting, so he threw every available lure at them, all with no success, so it was time to move on. Went to Monday's hotspot, but the bass were not there, so we did a bit of looking around and then we hit the mother load! Insane fishing with an easy boat limit on keepers plus some bonus fish to go home. Many keeper size bass had to be released for another day, including Paul"s almost 25 pounder. Back to the dock early with smiling faces for all. Check out pictures of Paul & Mike, Joe, Bill & Bob Jim and the NY guys. Good people, Good fishing fun and a Good day to be a party boat captain!



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