Plug N Play Charters

Welcome to Plug N Play Charters website. We're off and running this season with some new tactics for all styles of fishing. Whether you like tossing huge plugs into the rocks for monster Striped Bass or drifting some sea-worms along the bottom for Fluke and Sea Bass we can make it happen. We're also going to be offering some harbor tours and beach picnic excursions this season so Welcome Aboard. All feedback is encouraged.

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Thumbs Down On NOAA Today

8/04/08 by Corey Pietraszek

Well, after talking with Peter G late last night we decided to give the offshore run a go today. Well at 5am this morning we all meet at Joe Dwyers boat in Newport and the wind was already ramped up and things just did not look good for an offshore run due to a bad forecast. We all piled in the boat anyhow to get out front of Newport with the plan to dash south to look for small BFT or Bonito or any pelagic fish for that matter if the wind stayed the same or even settled down around 7am. We in turn tried sitting for about an hour off Land’s End and then we decided even with the wind to try and run south and look for some fast movers. Pete G was at the helm and the 23 Regulator was regulating the high seas and I mean high seas. After we crossed about the 10 mile mark the sea conditions went down hill quick. Seas with a stiff NW-W direction with outgoing tide in Rhode Island Sound made for some real grumpy seas. We had solid 3-5 footers and a few miles north of Cox’s Ledge called it and decided today was not the day for tuna fishing and changed our course from SW to NW. We then made the run into Pt. Judith’s Harbor of Refuge and decided to try and look for Bonito which was also not really happening yet. We sat for about an hour looking at empty water and just got bored quick really. After looking there we decided to go into Pt Judith to grab some quick “chowda” and Clam Cakes @ Georgia’s and try to regroup which was a great call…Thanks JD! While eating them we just decided maybe just take a cruise around and try some good bass waters and enjoy some time out on the water and what time we had left in a pretty nice day other then the windy conditions offshore. Overall a great time with some great people and I love days off on the water when driving and putting people on fish is just not what I need to do I can rest and watch others fish. Seeing that Dan will be going back to Afghanistan in a few months for what I think is his 4th tour “in country” I think he needed that trip and it was great to see him fishing before the real work begins. Good Times on the Beast and drinking a few beers and cruising in the Regulator is always fun even if the fishing is just down right slow. Maybe next trip well catch more then a good buzz and sunburns guys!


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