Mijoy 747 Deep Sea Fishing Updates to the 2017 Schedule

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About the Weather:
If we have any serious concerns about the weather, we will post them here and change our 

Tropical Watch:

Nate is in the Gulf and is predicted to go through land losing strength each day. Currently, he is predicted to move as a depression north of us through Massachusetts late in the afternoon and through the evening. We do not anticipate he will affect Monday's fishing and he will be long away from us come Tuesday morning. 

Don't let the weather people scare you away from a day of fishing. 

Their predictions cover the whole state, and often do not reflect conditions on the fishing grounds. The majority of thunderstorms stay close to the shore and the few we experience at the grounds tend to pass by quickly.  

Our captains watch the marine forecasts closely and determine where to fish based on the weather and the tides. Fishing on a rainy day often means a boat with plenty of room. If you're worried about weather conditions, give us a call and we can give you advice for the day you wish to come.

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We're in an out of the main office on days the boat is sailing. If you don't catch us near the phone, leave a message and we'll return your call ASAP.


Sunday's weather changed dramatically overnight. A lot more rain and wind than initially forecasted. Monday morning it looks like a chance of showers, but the reports are saying nothing heavy until long after the boat returns to the dock. It should be a lot less breezy than Sunday as well.

September and October
7-days a week for porgies and sea bass.
It's the extended party boat limit of
45 porgies per person. 

One All-day trip
6 a.m. to around 2 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday
Two Half-Day Trips
6 a.m. to around 11:30 a.m.
1 p.m. to around 6:30 p.m.

See our main page for prices
 and other details

Fishing Reports

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

On our information link on the left
you will find:
     1) A copy of our full brochure
     2) A color-coded calendar of trips by month
     3) A color-coded price list to match the calendar
These documents and additional information are also available on our main website.