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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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!


Fishing Reports

  • 9/10/13 Epic Tuna Fishing Cape Cod Bay 2005 MORE >
  • 9/7/13 Striped Bass Video May 2013 MORE >
  • 7/8/13 June 15-July 5th MORE >
  1. Epic Tuna Fishing Cape Cod Bay 2005

    9/10/13 by Corey Pietraszek

  2. Striped Bass Video May 2013

    9/07/13 by Corey Pietraszek

  3. June 15-July 5th

    7/08/13 by Corey Pietraszek

    DSC_8764Once again the spring rains and weather stuck around for the last few weeks of June making a tough stretch and rough days on the water for this guide but all worked hard and made it happen and trusted my judgement and went in some pretty rough conditions.


  4. June 1st Report

    6/01/13 by Corey Pietraszek

    DSC_7885Only way to describe today’s fishing was pretty amazing. Decided after I was not booked to take Harvey up on his offer to jump on his boat and head off the Cape for some bass action and a change of scenery. Forecast looked good so we left super early to try and bet the afternoon winds which can get ugly quick off the Cape. Made the run and right where Harvey had fish the prior day was loaded once again. (more…)

  5. May 14th 2013

    5/14/13 by Corey Pietraszek



    Well today was one of the days you wished you could kill NOAA or the sexy lady at 6 PM on Channel 7 news. Forecast was for 5-10 NW and it blew super hard all day NE 15-25….brutal. But with that being said we still hit the water and made things happen. We made the run to the same areas of activity for the last week or so and arrived to the TOWN DUMP of birds and no other boats. For the first 2 hours we had a solid Bass to Bluefish ratio of 5-1 but that didn’t last. Most of the bass ranged from 10lb-15lbs and full of life. The Bluefish we had were not what these guys wanted but def were on the chunky side 4-10lbs and just about everywhere. After about 2 hours of this the sun cleared the cloud edge and things went silent. We ran around looking but came up short and what we did find was mostly Bluefish. After awhile of looking at the sounder we figured why not drop down for bottom fish which would be Scup, Sea Bass and Fluke. We hammered on the bottom critters limiting out on Sea Bass with the largest just shy of 7lbs and tons of Scup and two big doormat Fluke in the mix which we released as its not open at this time. Awesome day with good friends and fantastic anglers and I look fwd to having Kevin back next week for his shot at something over 25lbs!

  6. May 11th 2013

    5/12/13 by Corey Pietraszek


    Today was a tough call. When I got up and looked at the radar and saw the wind I was kind of bummed out. Much of the migratory life we had the past few days has moved on so with the conditions and lack of schooling fish today was def going to be a tough one. Once the guys arrived I made it clear it was not going to be smooth sailing and rain was coming but we all agreed that all of us are up and already there so lets give it a try. The conditions early on were not bad so the run to the fishing areas was pretty decent and smooth. No bird activity to speak of so we diverted to plan B which was to work the structure and shorelines with water temps over 58 degrees with moving water and find fish that way. This paid off bigtime and made the trip a success and kept these guys busy with well over 20 fish landed with two fish coming in that went over 15lbs on the Boga Grip and some double digit Bluefish in the mix to keep it interesting. This was a gamble going out but it turned out great as the heavy rain held off and the fishing was really good when we were on them. Thanks for a great day guys!

  7. May 10th, 2013

    5/10/13 by Corey Pietraszek

    DSC_7411Well I have to say what a difference a day makes. I had Dave Gale today and we headed to the areas I’ve had fish all week and it was a different animal today. Some bait but not the huge amounts of birds and bass we had all week and very few fish to speak of in open water. Most of the action we did see on the bird piles was small and had teeth…yes the Bluefish have arrived in earnest. I don’t mind Bluefish but when your trying to chase bass and the fish are taking your flies that you spent so much time on it sucks! Dave and I did manage about 10 fish mostly small and some had teeth but overall it was a wonderful day on the water. The other highlight was that some of the structure I usually overlook this time of year had fish which saved the day. For the most part it was a wonderful trip. Forecast for winds tomorrow are not ideal but I think I’m going to tell these guys to dress and be ready because you just have to go this time of year to score!

  8. May 8th, 2013

    5/08/13 by Corey Pietraszek


    Today we had Ron and Andy aboard for some wild fishing action. These guys travel to do training here in New England a few times a year and love to try and get some fishing in during the stay. Both guys are fantastic anglers and when I told them yesterday that we might have a window with the weather it was “all systems go”.  (more…)

  9. May 6th, 2013

    5/06/13 by Corey Pietraszek


    Awesome day. After a little fixing on both the fuel issues and other electrical issue off we went for a quick sea trial. I was alone and always bring a rod with me so figured grab the bag and go. Well everything seemed fine and after about 15 minutes of running ran into the motherload of birds and bass anywhere from 20″-35″. Fished for about 3 hours releasing about 30+ fish and finally had to call it a day. The Striped Bass are back and lets hope this is a sign of whats to come!

  10. May 4th Report 2013

    by Corey Pietraszek

    fishfinder23013Fished hard today with DG. Colder air temps and heavy east winds made for tough conditions overall but the boat ran great and Dave was super happy to just be on the water honestly. We did manage a few small fish on topwater baits up inside the skinny waters of the estuaries late morning. Saw tons of birds/bait all over Buzzards Bay so its any day we start to see a solid push of fresh migrants here.