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Boston Haddock Fishing with C.J. Victoria

Boston Haddock Fishing with C.J. Victoria

Haddock fishing is an extremely popular fishing activity in Boston. Haddock has been caught by New England fishermen for over 400 years and is famous for its mild flavor, perfect for fish and chips.

CJ Victoria Charters and Captain Rob are ready to take you on the CJ Victoria for a great day on the water. Haddock charters are one of his most crowd-pleasing charters.

8 hour charters leave the docks daily
These charters take you out to the best areas to fish.
Besides Haddock, on the trips out, we may run into
You can fish for Haddock just about year-round
Regulations for Haddock fishing

Common weather conditions fishing for Haddock in Boston

The weather on a Haddock fishing trip can be a little windy, and waters can swell up. But most of the typical weather conditions encountered are characteristic of Fall and Early Spring. An added bonus is the sites of whales and dolphins, depending on the seasons and conditions.

C.J. Victoria Fishing Charters

Captain Rob has been fishing of Boston for over 25 years and knows where the fish are and some of his secret spots to go. You are going to have an exciting day aboard the CJ Victoria and bring home loads of fish.


The maximum allowed on board is six passengers under the regulations of the United States Coast Guard. However, 4-5 people are recommended.

You can keep your catch, and we will fillet and prepare them for you when we get dockside. The season for Haddock in Boston is April 1st – February 28th, with a 17″ minimum and 20 fish bag limit.

You need a license, but we provided it with your charter.
We provide everything for your Haddock fishing charter, including rods, reels and bait.

We recommend you bring comfortable clothing, including a sweatshirt/sweater and raincoat. Also slip, resistant shoes, a hat, polarized sunglasses and sunscreen. You can bring snacks and beverages, including alcohol. However, if anyone becomes drunk or unruly, the trip will be over, and we will head back to the dock. And you will need a cooler to take your fillets back home in.

We fish in light rain. The fish are wet, so we can get a little wet too. However, we are very concerned about heavy winds and rain. We will make decisions on the morning of the trip. If we do cancel due to acclimate weather. In that case, we will reschedule, and your deposit will be credited for a future charter with us.
A $200 deposit is required at the time of reservation, and the balance will be due at the time of departure. We accept Venmo or CASH.
Gratuity is not included in charter prices, and it is customary to provide a 15-20% gratuity.
Well rested: a good night’s sleep before your trip is crucial as insufficient sleep can contribute to and make you more susceptible to factors that can cause seasickness.Take medicine like Dramamine or other ant-nausea medications. Or, for a more natural route, a capsule of ginger powder or peppermint oil is great, some say even better than the man-made medications.Try the seasickness bands.Get lots of fresh air blowing on your face

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