Sea Lamprey Unusual Catch

This past weekend we caught a few mackerel that had a traveler leaching to the side of their bodies. These eel-like creatures are known as lampreys. Lucky for us they didn’t seem to damage our live bait, as we were able to catch several nice bass. For more information on lamprey’s check out this site

Fishing Report

We were lucky to spend our time on the water with some great guests. Tisi Farmer fought through seasickness all morning while we jigged up live bait, a selfless act that allowed her party to catch some fish! We also were entertained by Kyle Folk and company from Connecticut. They all dared one of their buddies to let the lamprey latch onto his arm and, in facing the challenge, he let out every word of profanity in the book… It turned  out to be a little more painful than expected. Overall a very fun time, looking forward to this week.

Lamprey, Deep Sea Fishing Gloucester MA

Check out the Teeth on this thing!

Sucking on the deck of the Connemara Bay

Sucking on the deck of the Connemara Bay

Gloucester Fishing Charters

Kyle Folk of Connecticut with his catch

Gloucester Fishing Charters

Marlowes with the bass that he caught thanks to Tisi fighting through seasickness

Deep Sea Fishing Gloucester MA

Another Beauty

Gloucester MA Fishing Charters

All ready to be taken to Lobsta Land to be blackened, grilled, or fried

Taking your Catch to Lobsta Land

We always highly recommend Lobsta Land Restaurant fishing passengers on the Connemara Bay. Everyone who goes their to have their catch fried, grilled, or blackened always returns kind words. Typically they say something like, ” that was the best seafood I have ever eaten in my life”. To learn more about having the fish you catch charter fishing with us in Gloucester check out the Catch N Eat page. Chances are you will visit Lobsta Land again when you visit again if you go there once. There also is a good chance you might see us there.



  1. Marlowe Farrar June 17, 2014 at 5:37 pm - Reply

    We had a great trip, caught some very nice stripers and I recommend this boat and crew to everyone. Captain Kevin and son Kellen are very knowledgeable, personable and hard-working. They know Gloucester harbor and environs and will put you on the fish. Getting them into the boat is up to you! Our trip included watching (and helping) them tend their lobster pots for 30 minutes and it was fascinating and informative. Great day and thanks for the memories and pictures!

  2. Kyle Folk June 17, 2014 at 8:35 pm - Reply

    That blackened striped bass was the best fish I’ve ever had!

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