Leaving approximately 10:00 p.m. on Friday August 17th and returning by 7:00 p.m. on Sunday the 19th. Cost will be $335.00 and will be limited to 30 anglers. Tips for the mates, galley or fish cleaning are not included. This price is $40 cheaper than the Yankee Capts normal open boat price. Charter master Seane will not be paying for this trip and I want everyone to know that up front.
I am posting this now so people can start planning their summer fishing schedule. Please indicate your interest here, pick your rail spot and bunk from the diagram below. I will start working out further details as time permits.
This trip will be a Skippers Choice, going where Capt Greg thinks the bite will be best. Here is a link from last years trip.
One final note, payment in full is due by July 1st and will be non-refundable. WHY? Because the charter master or me do not want to deal with last minute cancellations. After July 1st, you will be on your own to fill your spot if you can't make it. If you book after July 1st I will expect full payment in 10 days or I will cancel your reservation.
Very Important. On a piece of paper, please indicate your name, your Noreast screen name, and that this is payment for Noreast August 18-19 charter. Also write Noreast August 18-19 charter on your check!
Since this is a discounted trip please no credit cards.
Send payment to....
Yankee Capts Offshore Fishing Inc.
PO Box 2157
Key West FL, 33045
Rob you mean i cannot use my spinning tackle either, what am i gonna do?lol. My cut herc heavy should be ok. It can handle 14-16oz jigs. If not i may have to have a bs 705 made for the trip. I know your a big CTS fan.lol
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reelcranky wrote: Rob you mean i cannot use my spinning tackle either, what am i gonna do?lol. My cut herc heavy should be ok. It can handle 14-16oz jigs. If not i may have to have a bs 705 made for the trip. I know your a big CTS fan.lol
I can always try to give you a stroke and lend you my first custom rod I ever got,an 8 1/2' all glass beast from Donart
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