Mijoy 747 Deep Sea Fishing Updates to the 2018 Schedule


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About the Weather:
 Goodbye to the rain. Starting Wednesday, we're back to regular fishing weather. Porgies have been plentiful and there have been some nice seabass mixed in.

If we have any serious concerns about the weather, we will post them here and change our phone
message.


Tropical Watch:

Currently, the Atlantic is quiet.

We continue to keep the people of the mid-Atlantic states in our thoughts as they return to their homes and work. We hope your recovery efforts go smoothly.

 

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No reservations or 
fishing license needed 
on any trips.

People fishing on party boats in September and October may keep 45 porgies 
and 7 black sea bass.

All-Day Bottom Fishing
Porgies, Black Seabass, Fluke and other fish.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Sailing 6 a.m. and returning around 2 p.m.
Adults $80, Seniors/Military $75, 
 Children 12 and under $40.


Half-Day Trips 
Porgies, Seabass, and other fish as they swim by.
Saturday and Sunday
Sailing 
6 a.m. to approx 11:30 a.m.
and
1 p.m. to approx 6:30 p.m. 
Adults $69, Seniors/Military $64, Children 12 and under $34.


Gift certificates are available
year-round. 
Call--860-443-0663--and leave a message with good times to call you back. The office person often runs the errands while the boat is away from the dock, so we'll get back to you as soon as possible.



Fishing Reports

Captain Joe's Fishing Reports
can be found in the left column. 
the latest news in Mijoy fishing.








Last year our customers donated enough money to take dozens of veterans fishing. This charitable group has been working since 2007 to bring retired military members and their caregivers fishing. 

Their motto: 
"Getting veterans out fishing for healing and recovery."

We are proud to work in partnership with this group and hope more fishermen will consider donating $1 at the dock
or on the boat.