I heard the haddock fishing was really good on Yankee fleet, so I decided to take a fishing trip with them. We left the dock at 2:30pm, and got to our spot at about 3. We were about 7 miles out. As soon as we dropped anchor, people started hooking up left and right with cod and haddock. One guy caught a few 5+ pound haddock on buck tail jigs with clams. I started off by catching a couple of cod, and a small haddock. My Dad caught one cod, and I caught a 17 inch keeper haddock at the end. It's such a shame we can't keep cod these days because they're so tasty, and the guy next to me caught a 2 foot beauty that died when he released it, and he couldn't keep it(ugh, such a waste). We headed back at about 5:30pm, and as we got to the dock, there was a huge crowd gathered. I looked around, and below the crowd was FV-TUNA.COM from Wicked Tuna! Overall, really good fishing on Yankee Fleet.
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