Maine Party Boat Fishing

Bunny Clark Deep Sea Fishing

Last Edited May 16, 2014

Selected Digital Images from Bunny Clark Trips Past

The pictures above were taken aboard the Bunny Clark during two different fishing trips. The shot on the left shows Keith Borkowski (CT) holding his 53 pound Maine state trophy cod caught on the November 10, 2002 offshore marathon trip. This cod was the third largest cod caught during the 2002 fishing season and the largest cod Keith has ever caught. The shot on the right was taken on the July 9, 2001 half day trip. The picture shows seven year old Justin Pollard (ME) and his father, Bob, holding Justin's 13 pound cod. At the time, this was Justin's largest fish ever and the pool winning fish for that trip. Scenes like these, good fishing and fun times are the things we strive for on the Bunny Clark.

The F/V Bunny Clark

Perkins Cove, Ogunquit, Maine

The Bunny Clark is a forty foot fiberglass deep sea fishing boat built in 1983 and specially designed to carry passengers with speed, comfort and stability. She is powered by a Volvo D13-700 tier 3 fully electronic diesel engine (New April 28, 2015) which delivers 700 horsepower and is insulated to reduce noise. This engine allows the Bunny Clark to cruise at a maximum of 16.5 knots with full tanks of fuel in reasonable weather. A spacious bathroom (by boating standards) is located forward for your convenience. The deck area is equipped with rod holders and seating for everyone with ample space for your coolers and belongings. A large canopy covers most of the deck to protect from rain or spray. Special groundfish, like the like the ones shown above, are the kind of fish we like to target.

Safety Features

The Bunny Clark has modern navigational and lifesaving equipment. She is equipped with a 36 mile radar, a 24 mile radar, a Global Positioning System (GPS) track plotty system, two stand alone GPS position indicators, two color fish finders (including a Compressed High Intensity Radar Pulse (CHIRP) sounding machine - new April 5, 2014), cellular phone, satellite phone (emergencies only), single side band radio, emergency positioning indicating radio beacon (EPIRB) and two VHF radios. Lifesaving equipment includes lifepreservers, an inflatable life raft, search and rescue lights and much more. The Bunny Clark exceeds the rigid U.S. Coast Guard safety standards and is USCG inspected for offshore work to 100 miles.


The fishing is mostly bottom fishing for cod, pollock, halibut, haddock, hake, cusk, redfish, monkfish and mackerel (wolffish retention is prohibited). Anglers may use bait or jigs. The bait is Maine shrimp, surf clams or mackerel. We usually drift fish. However, we will anchor when anchoring is more productive. When you catch your fish the crew will be there to gaff and land it for you. During the fishing trip, the mate will prepare or fillet your fish if you desire. We provide small plastic freezer bags with the fillets at no extra charge. Gratuities are accepted.

Fishing Equipment

The fishing equipment is mostly custom made:

All of our fishing equipment meets the rules and regulations set up by the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) so that if you land the appropriate sized fish, the chances of securing a world record or state record are as good as they can be. Guests fishing aboard the Bunny Clark have landed 40 official IGFA world record fish and 28 Maine state record fish since 1983 (see the Bunny Clark State & World Records link).

Fishing Guests

Guests fishing on the Bunny Clark are not required to (but can if they desire) bring any fishing equipment as rods and reels, bait, various jigs and teasers are all provided at no extra charge. However, guests are responsible for lost gear. Persons may sit and fish with bait or stand and jig. All that is needed to enjoy a day of fishing is a warm sweater and lunch. During rough and rainy weather, rain jackets and rubber boots are suggested. Boots are also suggested if you are fishing on the stern. Beer is permitted (3 bottles/person max.) but bottles can't be opened until the boat is offshore. Hard liquor is prohibited. Intoxication will not be tolerated and the boat will be brought back to port (without ticket refunds) if drinking of alcohol cannot be controled.

Please Take Notice:

To insure a day of fishing, a reservation should be made by calling (207) 646-2214. Guests should arrive one hour before departure. Payment in full required for a reservation.

For information and reservations:

Call: Bunny Clark, Corp. at - (207)646-2214
Write: Tim Tower, P.O. Box 837F, Ogunquit, Maine 03907-0837
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Ogunquit, Maine.

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