Seacoast New Hampshire Sportfishing

Seacoast New Hampshire Sportfishing
Contact Information    
Address26-Neptune Drive
Rye, NH, US
Websitehttp://seacoastnhsportfishing.com/
Phone(603) 394-5807
Social
Ranked
#279

About Seacoast New Hampshire Sportfishing

  |  Rye, NH, US | Views (33077)

We specialize in personalized, small group sportfishing charters for trophy striped bass, shark, and bluefin tuna. Consistently catching trophy fish requires specialized techniques, top quality tackle, intimate knowledge of the grounds, and perseverance. Capt. Bob Weathersby has perfected these pursuits, and you’ll love the results!
 
Trips are based in Rye, heart of Seacoast New Hampshire. Rye Harbor offers safe, convenient access to the highly productive ocean waters of New Hampshire, southern Maine, and famed Stellwagen Bank.
 
Capt. Bob’s goal is to make your trip enjoyable, informative, and memorable. He works hard to achieve those goals.



View Full Fishing Map

Board

Latest News

By Seamus on 8/18/2014 11:15:20 PM • Views (761)
Our apologies for the lack of posts. We are in the midst of an inexplicable slump on larger fish. No one knows why. Within a mile of the beach mackerel are abundant but inshore we’ve found only small schoolies – not the Capt. Bob brand…   On that ba...

By Seamus on 7/25/2014 6:05:09 PM • Views (1110)
It continues to be a strange striper season with catches varying by the day. Fish are now in very shallow water chasing baby herring under terns. We chase we catch (usually) and we continue the hunt. Unfortunately this week we also got blanked – ouc...

By Seamus on 7/13/2014 7:15:16 PM • Views (749)
This has been a strange season no two ways about it. One morning this week the water temp had dropped to 48 degrees. Need we say more about the fishing that day? Persevere we do…   The highlight of this week’s trip was hosting a young Make a Wish re...

By Seamus on 7/7/2014 8:15:35 PM • Views (960)
A most unusual early season: fish to nearly 50″ mixed in with shorts and one productive trip followed by a westerly-wind-induced shutout (two this week – ouch…) The tropical storm/hurricane did little but provide some much needed water for our parch...

By Seamus on 6/25/2014 11:10:07 PM • Views (979)
As now even I believe we will have a summer this season let the fishing games begin! Our early season pattern is holding with large numbers of schoolies and occasional trophies in the mix. a 49″ cow was taken on the weekend by colleague Ray’s wife o...

Have a charter, marina, pier, or tackle shop?
Add your business!
Submit Business