Charter Boat: Flamer IV

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Licensed For: up to 10 passengers
Code Of Practice: Cat 2 - 60 Miles
Hours: 4hr / 5hr / 6hr / 8hr / 9hr / 10hr / Multiple Days Trips
Contact: Colin Penny
Map: Location & Directions
Type of Fishing: Reef - Bank - Wreck - Species (comps/hunts) - Flatties - Rays - Conger - Tope - Bream - Competitions - etc
Boat Specification: 39ft Procharter P4 - Purpose built angling boat - Powered by an Iveco 450hp engine
Facilities: Hot Drinks are available and on the menu are usually lemon tea,oxo,lucky dip soup,tea and coffee. BONUS - Mrs Penny will quite often bake a cake for you eat on board Flamer IV
Additional Description:

FULL TIME SKIPPER - FULL TIME ANGLING BOAT
All Year Round Angling - Reef/Bank/Wreck/Flatty,Competitions,Specialized Trips,Angling Breaks,West Country Trips,Specialised Flatty trips for Turbot,Brill and Plaice.Come and fish the Famous SHAMBLES BANK which is less than 8 miles from Weymouth for Turbot and Brill.

Go to my web site www.flamer4fishing.co.uk and click on the icon that says Get the App which is Optimised for IOS and Android devices.
Search for Spaces and Boat Charter on Flamer IV directly from your Mobile Phone or Ipad Tablet.
LOTS OF DATES/TRIPS FOR INDIVIDUALS on WEEKENDS and MIDWEEK.
NOTE: - If you would like to be put on my e mailing list so you get regular news about individual places that are/become available,then just let me have your e mail address.
WHOLE BOAT CHARTER IS OF COURSE AVAILABLE AS WELL.
Anglers Must have their own tackle.
SAFETY NOTICE: In the interests of Safety alcohol and the like and recreational drugs NOT Permitted on Flamer IV.
BAIT - If you are getting your Rag Worm in Weymouth DON'T FORGET TO ORDER IT.
*** DON'T MISS OUT - BOOK YOUR PLACE/S/TRIPS NOW ***
Flamer IV is a Sakuma/RedGill Sponsored Boat.
Regularly over 50 plus different species caught each year.
Flamer record is 61 different species in 2007.
Angling breaks out of Weymouth for 2/3/4/5 days or more.
A Trip with a Difference - why not try my 4 or 5 day West Country Trips in May,June,
Flamer IV Pick Up Point -
Our pick up point is the Westwey Road Pontoons (Post Code for your Sat Nav – DT4 8SU)
Please Note, You will not have to climb down any ladders or clamber over another boat to gain access to Flamer IV, If you temporarily park your car, access from the road is down a gently sloping ramp, at the bottom of the ramp there is a trolley that you can use to transport your tackle from your car to the boat.
Toilets – there are two toilets just inside the gate if you need one.
Parking
For your information there is Free parking in the streets behind and near the Asda supermarket and in the street behind the retirement flats building.

Bed and Breakfast tel numbers - The Marden Guest House - 01305 772173,The Monarch - 01305 772594, Seaspray Guest House 01305 786943, B + B - 01305 761190, Harbour House - 01305 787721,

Flamer IV Skipper Colin Penny's Photo
About the Skipper:

I am your friendly skipper and look forward to seeing you on the New Flamer IV.
Book your place/trip NOW - Don't let me say "You Should Have Been Here Yesterday".
My pleasure is to see you all enjoy yourselves and catch fish aboard Flamer IV."Tomorrows fish are there to be caught".
FLAMER IV trip Gift Vouchers are available for that present for a birthday or christmas present and can be done for what ever value you want.
INFORMATION - for all types of information on tackle,Terms and Conditions etc can be viewed at my New Web Site www.flamer4fishing.co.uk
CONTACT THE SKIPPER email: colinpennyfu2@gmail.com
YOUR FISH - Catch a good fish and I will take your picture and send it to you,just give me your e - mail address, ALL PART OF THE SERVICE.
Sea Angler Magazine - Top Skipper Award - 2017
Angling Trust Wessex Region Boat Championships 2013 Top Skipper.
www.charterboats-uk.co.uk Charter Boat of the Year 2010.
Top Skipper Competition Winner - Sea Angler Magazine - Jan/Feb 2009.
Army Championships Top Boat 2006 and 2007.
N.F.S.A Wessex Champion of Champions Top Boat 2007.
Sea Angling News Charter Boat of the Year 2003.
YYS International Boat Challange Top Boat 2002 and Runner Up in 2005.
Sea Angler Magazine Skipper of the Month May 2001.
Improve your Sea Fishing Magazine VIP Skipper Award 1998.

Latest Fishing Reports

  • 17/07/2017 Fishing Report by Colin Penny on Flamer IV (Weymouth, Dorset)

    17 Jul 2017 by Colin Penny

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    The Reef/Bank trips are producing some good fishing with Rays,Tope,Congers,Bull Huss ,Turbot,Brill and some nice Black Bream. Pictured is Trevor Lockyer with his 4Ib 2oz Black Bream.
    My Next Reef/Bank trip with places available is on July 25th - DON'T MISS OUT.
    ***NOTE: LOOK - *** BOOK NOW FOR 2017 *** I have put up an Itinerary of trips for 2017 on all my web sites, take a LOOK, the itinerary is not set in stone so I may be able to change it to suit your needs subject to the tides.
    NOTE: LOOK - I now have 2018 tide tables so my diary is now open for bookings in 2018.
    DON'T MISS OUT - Contact me a.s.a.p
    LOOK - at my Website www.flamer4fishing.co.uk for places/trips available, latest catches and lots of information.
    LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ON FLAMER IV SOON, ALL THE BEST,COLIN,FLAMER IV

  • 16/07/2017 Fishing Report by Colin Penny on Flamer IV (Weymouth, Dorset)

    16 Jul 2017 by Colin Penny

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    My latest Wrecking Trip saw Pollack,Ling,Bass,Conger caught. Gintaras Milusaukas from London on his first trip aboard Flamer IV landed the best fish of the day a Pollack weighing 15Ib 1oz and a new Personal Best, he was using 12Ib class tackle with a flying collar rig and a Red Gill lure.
    My next Wreck Trips with places available are on September 3rd, 9th, 19th, 24th,
    DON'T MISS OUT.

    ***NOTE: LOOK - *** BOOK NOW FOR 2017 *** I have put up an Itinerary of trips for 2017 on all my web sites, take a LOOK, the itinerary is not set in stone so I may be able to change it to suit your needs subject to the tides.
    NOTE: LOOK - I now have 2018 tide tables so my diary is now open for bookings in 2018.
    DON'T MISS OUT - Contact me a.s.a.p
    LOOK - at my Website www.flamer4fishing.co.uk for places/trips available, latest catches and lots of information.
    LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ON FLAMER IV SOON, ALL THE BEST,COLIN,FLAMER IV

  • 23/06/2017 Fishing Report by Colin Penny on Flamer IV (Weymouth, Dorset)

    23 Jun 2017 by Colin Penny

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    Chris,Mark, Lenny, Paul and Bruce travelled up from Plymouth for their annual 5 day Angling Break aboard Flamer IV. The Summer weather was good and they enjoyed them selves as usual and caught several species which included Turbot, Brill, Plaice, Black Bream, Bass, Pollack, Blonde Rays, Thornback Rays, Undulate Rays, Conger, Tope and many more. Bruce won the Biggest Fish and Best Specimen awards with a 40Ib Conger he also won a Flamer IV catch of the day trophy. But Lenny was the super star winning four Flamer IV catch of the day trophies. Pictured is Lenny with a 3Ib Plaice.
    Weymouth Angling Breaks - Book Now, Don't miss Out,*** NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR 2018 ***
    A few days away fishing out of Weymouth along with the social side is a nice trip to do.The variety of fishing and the amount of different species caught at Weymouth is probably second to none.There are plenty of places to stay which are angler friendly and some excellent places to wine and dine around the harbour and in Weymouth Town centre.
    If you want to try a Weymouth Angling Break then contact me, I cater for whole boat charters and individuals.
    Planning your trip well in advance is essential you need to arrange your boat booking and your accommodation as early as possible to avoid disappointment, some of my regular groups plan their trips at least 12 months in advance, this allows them to discuss with me the best tides for the type of fishing they are targeting.

  • 06/2017 Fishing Report by Colin Penny on Flamer IV (Weymouth, Dorset)

    Jun 2017 by Colin Penny

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    A nice Plaice fishing trip looking at different areas was rewarded with a nice catch of Plaice mainly in the 2Ib to 3Ib 8oz range. Note: the average age of the anglers on this trip was 65, so there was plenty of experience on board Flamer IV. JIm Stone age 68 landed the biggest weighing 3Ib 8oz (pictured) and David Gibson age 67 landed the most with six Plaice.

    The Next Flatty Trip with places available is on July 20th. DON'T MISS OUT.

    ***NOTE: LOOK - *** BOOK NOW FOR 2017 *** I have put up an Itinerary of trips for 2017 on all my web sites, take a LOOK, the itinerary is not set in stone so I may be able to change it to suit your needs subject to the tides.
    NOTE: LOOK - I now have 2018 tide tables so my diary is now open for bookings in 2018.
    DON'T MISS OUT - Contact me a.s.a.p
    LOOK - at my Website www.flamer4fishing.co.uk for places/trips available, latest catches and lots of information.
    LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ON FLAMER IV SOON, ALL THE BEST,COLIN,FLAMER IV

  • 06/2017 Fishing Report by Colin Penny on Flamer IV (Weymouth, Dorset)

    Jun 2017 by Colin Penny

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    Richard Ing from Plymouth landed his Personal Best Brill weighing 7Ib 9oz and to his credit returned the fish alive. Richard is pictured with his Brill. Richard won a Flamer Iv catch of the day trophy to take home.
    Gregg Rosamond and his father Graham had never caught Turbot out of Weymouth before, did prticularly well catching several with the majority being returned alive.
    Mike Quirke from Cork landed his best Brill weighing 4Ib 4oz and is also not a Turbot virgin any more.

    The Next Flatty Trips with places available are on July 20th and 23rd. DON'T MISS OUT.

    ***NOTE: LOOK - *** BOOK NOW FOR 2017 *** I have put up an Itinerary of trips for 2017 on all my web sites, take a LOOK, the itinerary is not set in stone so I may be able to change it to suit your needs subject to the tides.
    NOTE: LOOK - I now have 2018 tide tables so my diary is now open for bookings in 2018.
    DON'T MISS OUT - Contact me a.s.a.p
    LOOK - at my Website www.flamer4fishing.co.uk for places/trips available, latest catches and lots of information.
    LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ON FLAMER IV SOON, ALL THE BEST,COLIN,FLAMER IV

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  • 5-star Trevor Pegg (15/04/2017)

    My first day this year on the turbot with Colin. As always you know that from the moment you step aboard, Colin never stops working for his crew. His recent award of Skipper of the Month is justly deserved. Once again he managed fo find the fish and showed why he is one of the best skippers on the south west. Thanks Colin

    Skippers Reponse: Thanks Trevor, I look forward to seeing you later this month for your annual 5 day angling break.

  • 5-star Russell Salmon (01/04/2017)

    Many thanks to Colin and everyone on board Flamer 4 for making my 2 day 60th birthday bash such a great time. Whilst the fishing was hard on both days Colin worked hard to put us on fish and some very nice fish caught and in some cases lost. Colin was his usual supportive self to those who lost decent fish, especially to John B who after about 20 mins lost his battle with what we think was a big blonde playing in the tide

    Skippers Reponse: Thanks for the Thanks Russell, can't wait for your 61st birthday bash. I am now taking bookings for 2018.

  • 5-star Colin Johnson (11/09/2016)

    My first trip Bank and Reef trip with Colin on Flamer IV, what a day it turned out to be. Colin anchored past Portland Bill. With only two anglers on-board, Ian Slater had the run of the deck (Ian was a first rate companion - I learnt a lot). After Skipper Colin caught a couple of Blonde rays and doggies, it was Ian's turn next to pull the Blondes. After 2 hours of anxious watching/waiting I decided to join the catching club (after a bit of gentle ribbing by the skipper). First a doggie (at least on the scoreboard) followed by 4 Blondes - 4/12/13 and 24 pounds: 1 x 5lb Small eyed ray. We stayed the whole day at this anchorage and fishing the compass all the way round as the tide turned. As the tide peaked and ebb started, Tope moved in with my best at a modesty 6lb but it was my very first of the species as were the Blondes. Overall the trip was my best ever on a charter boat. Colin is a superb skipper, the boat immaculate and well fitted out with state of the art safety/navigation and fish finding electronics. The coffee was coming on a regular basis. Thank you Colin and Flamer IV for a fantastic trip from Weymouth = Regards Colin Johnson Northampton

  • 5-star Colin Johnson (11/09/2016)

    My first trip Bank and Reef trip with Colin on Flamer IV, what a day it turned out to be. Colin at anchor past the Portland Bill. With only two anglers on-board, Ian Slater had the run of the deck. After Skipper Colin caught a couple of Blonde rays and doggies, it was Ian's turned next to pull the Blondes. After 2 hours of anxious watching/waiting I decided to join the catching club (after a bit of gentle ribbing by the skipper) First a doggie (at least on the scoreboard) followed by 4 Blondes - 4/12/13 and 24 pounds: 1 x 5lb Small eyed ray. We stayed the who day at anchor on one bank and fishing the alway r

  • 5-star Colin Johnson (11/09/2016)

    My first trip Bank and Reef trip with Colin on Flamer IV, what a day it turned out to be. Colin at anchor past the Portland Bill. With only two anglers on-board, Ian Slater had the run of the deck. After Skipper Colin caught a couple of Blonde rays and doggies, it was Ian's turned to pull the Blondes. After 2 hours of watching I decided to join the catching club, after a bid of gentle ribbing by the skipper.

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