Bunny Clark Deep Sea Fishing

Deep Sea Fishing Maine


The F/V Bunny Clark (edited Feb 1, 2007)
Map, Directions & Location (Edited Feb 1, 2007)
Captains & Crew (Revised Feb 1, 2007)
2014 Season Reservations, Rules & Info. (Revised Jan 10, 2014)
2014 Season Schedule & Rates (Revised Jan 10, 2014)
Fishing Update (edited April 24, 2014, 0800 EDT)
Bunny Clark Guestletters (New Guestletter added Feb 18, 2014)
Bunny Clark World & State Records List (Edited June 27, 2008)
"Tim Reidsema, Lee Dykas, Jason Ridolfi & Dennis Pietro" Photo Gallery (May 20, 2006)
Short Bunny Clark Fishing Videos(New Mar 6, 1997)
2010 Moon Phases (Revised Jan 30, 2010)
The Best Charter Boat in the World!
The New England Herring Problem (Who is taking our baitfish?)
Federal, State & Private Fishery Regs & Links
Favorite Bunny Clark Weather Links
Current Month Tide Chart for Ogunquit (The Portland tide is the closest match (within two minutes) to the Ogunquit tide schedule)
2007 Accommodations & Services In Ogunquit Area

The picture on the right is a shot taken by Captain Ian Keniston of Jason Peters (MA) holding a 4 pound haddock, the first legal fish caught on the Bunny Clark this season. Jason is an excellent fisherman. He only started going out with us three years ago. But he has became easily recognized after the first trip. And easy to remember. His attitude is great, he's very patient, he knows how to handle his equipment and he never gives up. My kind of angler. This day, April 9, 2014, saw many haddock caught. Most were sub-legal (under 21 inches overall length). The rate was probably two to one sub-legal haddock to legal haddock. The day was good to very good for legal landings. It would have been excellent if you could have kept haddock of 18 inches or better. From all the reports I have heard, the haddock are everywhere this spring. On lesser haddock years, a cold winter like this one would delay the haddock for a week more later towards May. In fact, the spawning stock is probably yet to arrive. This year the population is so large and many have probably over-wintered. So they were already there to greet the first boat out! From 1987 until the fall of 1994 you couldn't buy a haddock in this same area. But the haddock population has rebounded somewhat over the last fifteen years. This is obviously a result of the closed areas being unfettered from commercial or recreational activity. When populations of a species increase to a point where it's impractical to stay, they spill out and start to inhabit other areas. This is what I think has happened here. It's the only logical solution. Whatever the reason, I am very glad to see them. Special fish like Jason's are the kind of fish we like to see caught on the Bunny Clark .

Captain Tim Tower text & photo - unless otherwise noted

For information and reservations, telephone: 207-646-2214

For information and reservations:

Call: Bunny Clark, Corp. at - 207-646-2214
Write: Tim Tower, 93 Frazier Pasture Rd., P.O. Box 837F, Ogunquit, Maine 03907-0837
Or click here to Graphic info@bunnyclark.com

Schedule & Rates

Information & Boat Rules

For a Link To Our Favorite Restaurants, Please Click To Visit:
Barnacle Billy's and Barnacle Billy's etc.

Ogunquit, Maine.

Parts of all these Bunny Clark, Corp. web pages and, indeed, most of the innovations, means to ideas and tons of help came from Chamber Works, Inc. All rights reserved. If anybody in the world is interested in the internet, web pages or ideas for computer displays, kiosks and advertising, these are the companies to go with. Bank on it, baby! Best Fishes, Tim Tower.