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.

PNP Updates


Seminars, speaking in front of crowds……I’m not a huge fan to be honest I can’t stand it. Much like Belichick does I avoid the media and lime light and would prefer to just do my thing and be happy in doing so. But I’m not getting any younger and its time to start sharing what I’ve learned with others. So this past weekend I did one and it was received with open arms!


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Plug N Play Charters 2012 Updates

3/28/12 by Corey Pietraszek

Well, here at Plug N Play we are already getting this season underway with a bang. Over the course of the last few months we embarked on an intensive marketing campaign and the feedback has been tremendous. Our new printed media is now in the hands of the local hotels, BNB’s, and businesses from Cape Cod to Rhode Island. In doing so we hope to make them more aware of this amazing charter business that’s right in their back yards. Of course, we always look forward to welcoming back our loyal customers back year in and year out to experience everything the local waters have to offer. We also re-engineered our entire website, integrated a state of the art blog, and our most favorite addition is the new branded PNP logo! Check us out and please know that your feedback is always welcomed…after all you make us what we are and it’s important to hear your thoughts.

PNP’s new look and feel is super exciting news but equally as exciting is the stretch of summer-like weather this past week. Spring has definitely sprung in Southern New England and if you’re lucky enough to be near any local pond or saltwater estuary like myself, you can already see the transformations beginning. The local herring runs are chock full from the Outer Cape to Connecticut with massive amounts of spawning herring. Within a week what follows this bait is what we all love the most Striped Bass and Bluefish. These two fish are a staple toNew England fisherman and what all saltwater anglers look forward to arriving each season. As I pound the keys away I just got finished reading on Facebook that reports of Bluefish are already being taken in Rhode Island waters….WHAT? This is not confirmed but reported, and countless pictures of small Striped Bass from some Rhode Island locations as well which means the TIME IS HERE.

June is one of my favorite months for fishing Striped Bass. They not only come in numbers but the opportunity to land a huge fish is within every cast. With each passing season you see some amazing things that many people will never experience. Last June was one of these seasonal things. Many anglers that fished got shots at fish well over 30lbs on surface lures and flies with some of them tipping the scales in the mid 40lb range. Last spring gave us some amazing fishing as it does each season and with the reports we have been reading from south of here, this June could be equally as nutty if not more. All I can say is if you have always wanted an opportunity at something large now is the time to think about booking as these dates usually go years before but we here at PNP will always do our best to make it happen so don’t be shy….BOOK IT!!

Last spring was nothing short of amazing for PNP. We started out fishing on April 28th with nothing landed but discovered massive sheets of small bait in Buzzards Bay. A week to the day later it happened as it does each season. Schools of hungry Striped Bass and Bluefish started to use the local waters as a gateway to the summer holding grounds and put on an amazing feeding display. They began to gorge on the baitfish we witnessed days before starting at sun up and calling it quits later in the morning just to ramp up again late afternoon before the sun crept below the horizon. These fish are usually not big but the perfect introduction to a new season for everybody’s long winter fix. On a few trips last May we released over 100 bass per angler and some of them reaching 15lbs on light tackle during these first few weeks. This activity continued for weeks with the fish moving north a little each day. By the first few weeks of June the numbers of fish began to diminish but the fish SIZE increased greatly.

Ralph with a nice spring bassWe are super excited about some new ideas and things to come this season. We are going to try some new things to aid in keeping us busier then ever. We will be offering bottom fishing for Fluke, Scup, Sea Bass and Blackfish on days when the boat is not booked for light tackle Striped Bass and if the fishery is open for that species. In an already tough economy we all need to stay busy and it’s a much-needed change. To be honest I’m looking forward to something new. So if you’re looking to chum up something for the table or just want to relax and not cast plugs all day this is the perfect way to still experience PNP Charters in a more laid back fashion. With that being said we are filling up fast. Take a minute and look at your calendar and plan ahead. Prime tides and dates fill up quickly but we will try to accommodate ALL of your saltwater fishing needs. We are committed to making your trip a memorable one with you and the family! Looking forward to seeing everyone this coming season and we hope you enjoy the new look and feel atPlug N Play Charters…… Tight Lines!

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