Charter Boat: Silver Spray

Boat and Skipper Details

Licensed For: up to 12 passengers
Code Of Practice: 60 miles Cat 2
Hours: 5hr / 8hr / 9hr / 10hr / 11hr / Multiple Days Trips
Type of Fishing: Wreck, Bass, Shark, Banks, Reef, Channel Islands, Winter cod
Tackle Available: Yes - Contact Skipper
Bait Available: Yes - Contact Skipper
Boat Specification: 11 meter fibreglass Catamaran. 2 200 HP nanni engines - fast boat. wheelhouse seats 8
Facilities: Kettle, microwave, fridge, refridgerated fish room, CD, GPS, radar, fishfinders, VHF
Additional Description:

Silver Spray is a modern motor catamaran offering angling charter trips from Poole, Dorset. Having a fast boat we can easily reach the mid channel wrecks and the channel islands. Operating from Poole the productive grounds off the Isle of Wight and Purbecks are within easy reach. While Poole Bay provides sheltered fishing opportunities. Have a safe, fun sports angling trip on Silver Spray, a purpose built angling catamaran leaving from Poole Quay. Join us for a trip to distant wrecks to catch cod, pollack, ling and congers. Drift the inshore banks for turbot, brill, bass and plaice. Enjoy hard running tope, rays, darting bream and much, much more. We encourage catch and release but also have facilities to keep fish for the table in prime condition. We offer angling charters and spaces for individuals.

Silver Spray Skipper Sam & Andy Cumming's Photo
About the Skipper:

Sam Cumming spent his childhood fishing with Andy at home and abroad, when he was eight he was Wessex NFSA Junior Champion and the same year he landed a 26lb blonde ray. At 16 he decided he wanted a career in the fishing industry and applied and was accepted as an apprentice at the Whitby School of Sea Fishing. He completed his fishing apprenticeship on a trawler in some of the toughest waters in the world, the North Sea, and was awarded Apprentice of the Year in 2007. In 2008 Sam completed all the theoretical and practical training to gain his Yachtmasters certificate (RYA) and qualified to Skipper the Silver Spray. He has been skippering full time for over 9 years and has already made an impressive start to his charter career.

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Upcoming Individual Spaces on Silver Spray

Sun 02/06/2019 2 Spaces
purbeck bream fishing - £55 2 spaces bass fishing possibly tope over slack - £65 8 spaces
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Tue 04/06/2019 4 Spaces £65.00pp
bass fishing with tope over the slack - £65 4 spaces
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Wed 05/06/2019 10 Spaces
bream fishing - £55 10 spaces
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Thu 06/06/2019 10 Spaces
bass fishing £65 10 spaces
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Sat 08/06/2019 5 Spaces
bream fishing - £55 5 spaces
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Sun 09/06/2019 10 Spaces
wreck fishing for cod pollock and ling - £75 10 space
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Mon 10/06/2019
4 day Guernsey trip. long distance Wreck fishing and banks for turbot and brill. £360 plus B&B 3 spaces
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Tue 11/06/2019
4 day Guernsey trip. long distance Wreck fishing and banks for turbot and brill. £360 plus B&B 3 spaces
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Wed 12/06/2019
4 day Guernsey trip. long distance Wreck fishing and banks for turbot and brill. £360 plus B&B 3 spaces
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Thu 13/06/2019
4 day Guernsey trip. long distance Wreck fishing and banks for turbot and brill. £360 plus B&B 3 spaces
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Fri 14/06/2019 10 Spaces
Evening bream trip - £35 including bait and rods
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Sun 16/06/2019 9 Spaces £65.00pp
bass fishing with tope over the slack - £65 9 spaces
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Tue 18/06/2019 6 Spaces £65.00pp
bass fishing with tope over the slack - £65 6 spaces
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Thu 20/06/2019
evening trip for bream - £35 including bait
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Sun 30/06/2019 4 Spaces
wreck fishing for cod pollock and ling - £75 4 spaces boat available for charter for evening trip
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Mon 01/07/2019 8 Spaces
Purbeck reef trip - bream bass rays tope etc - £55 8 spaces
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Thu 04/07/2019
bass and tope fishing - £60 10 spaces
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Fri 05/07/2019 10 Spaces
Evening bass trip - £40 1630 away 10 spaces
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Wed 10/07/2019 10 Spaces £55.00pp
reef trip - £55 rays tope bream bass plaic etc
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Fri 12/07/2019
wreck fishing for cod pollock and ling - £75 10 spaces
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Latest Catches 529 photos uploaded

chris burrows

5 lb Bass

May-2019
Dave Mynors

9 lb 5 oz Bass

May-2019
Big Rick

7 lb Bass

May-2019
Jon cannings

4 lb Bass

May-2019
Derek

7 lb Turbot

May-2019
Dave

4 lb Brill

May-2019
Dave

9 lb 8 oz Turbot

May-2019
Chris burrows

4 lb Bass

May-2019
Karston Murray

5 lb Bass

May-2019
Robert

7 lb Bass

May-2019
Unknown

5 lb Lobster

Apr-2019
Nathan

13 oz Undulate Ray

Apr-2019
Unknown

23 lb Blonde Ray

Apr-2019
Adam Stratton

13 lb Pollock

Apr-2019
Unknown

2 lb Black Sea Bream

Apr-2019
Harvey

2 lb 8 oz Black Sea Bream

Apr-2019

Latest Fishing Reports and News

  • 05/2019 Fishing Report by Sam Cumming

    May 2019 by Sam Cumming

    We have just come back from our first visit to Alderney of the year and I’m pleased to see the weather is nicer on this side of the channel. We battled it out in easterly winds for four days with one day of light winds in the middle proving to be the most productive. Despite conditions it was our best flat fish trip for a few years in terms of numbers. Turbot to 9lb 8oz and brill to 4lb were the top fish; due to the weather we couldn’t really try many other types of fishing. In the Channel the wreck fishing is going well now the may bloom seems to be clearing. Still plenty of good pollock around and the first of this year’s cod, last trip produced 6 which is encouraging for our top month of June. Inshore fishing is going along very nicely with a mix of bass and black bream. The bass have been falling to lures of many varieties as well as slow jigs. Today I am out with Jon and Ben Cannings fishing for bass with LRF gear and it hasn’t disappointed with over 30 fish coming to the boat on 2-8 gram gear. With the right conditions this really is the best way to fish for the inshore bass. Biggest fish so far goes to Dave Mynor with a fine summer fish of 9lb 5oz caught on a skerries eel with a long trace. The bream have been plentiful some days and difficult to hook others as the visibility hasn’t been great in the bay. This should clear up as the month pushes on. Best bream so far is 3lb 8oz caught on a whole squid head by Barry. Looking forward to our first crack at Guernsey next week to target some new grounds, still a few spaces on our trip on 10th June if your interested.

  • 04/2019 Fishing Report by Sam Cumming

    Apr 2019 by Sam Cumming

    Our patience in March was rewarded with a week’s worth of good weather to round the month off, and on a nice neap tide no less! It seems like the weather makes a mess of those smaller tides so often these days so it’s nice to get one in. We were treated to 5 straight days of flat calm seas and good fishing. Most days were spent on the wrecks making targetting the big spring pollack with an hour or two spent at anchor on the way in to do some filleting and target the spurdogs and blonde rays. We have been doing well on the regular wrecks for this time of year averaging 30 fish or so a day, still plenty of double figure fish to help boost that personal best. Yesterday we managed the first cod of the year, hopefully the first of many. We used one of the smallest tides of the year to explore some new wrecks with positive results and look forward to getting out there again soon. On the banks the fishing is still nonstop with all different types of rays showing up along with spurs, congers, huss and some early tope. As an angler I love these types of trips at anchor due to the variety of species but it seems this year they have proved harder trips to fill than the long distance wreck stuff. Inshore the spell of warm weather has started to heat the waters back up and we have seen the arrival of the first bream slightly earlier than usual. We are used to seeing the smaller fish arrive first but were pleasantly surprised with half a dozen fish over 2lb in our first session. Elsewhere we have been getting tucked into some decent plaice up to 4lb, hard fighting on the lighter tackle. The turbot are plentiful but nothing monstrous yet so fingers crossed for later in the month. Plenty of spaces for bream fishing over the coming weeks as well as the first of the cod trips.

  • 03/2019 Fishing Report by Sam Cumming

    Mar 2019 by Sam Cumming

    This year’s wrecking has got off to a solid start with the spring pollack arriving at the end of February in good numbers. Longer traces seem to be working better than regular length and also smaller lures, like the 4 inch redgill evo, have been catching some of the better fish around slack. Biggest fish so far goes to Jed with a fine pollack of 17lb caught on a sidewinder. Due to poor weather conditions and large tides we haven’t done a great deal of anchoring. Last day spent targeting rays and spurdogs was at the end of February and was pretty full on with 28 spurs coming to the net, all returned, along with tope, smoothound, blonde rays, congers and bull huss. A large tope at this time of year is usually a freak occurrence but we have managed 4 in as many trips this year. We aren’t sure what’s brought them on but they are a most welcome bit of sport on the 12lb class gear. Over the next few weeks we should see the first cod of the year, hopefully, and our first trips to target plaice, turbot and brill.
    Sam Cumming
    Silver Spray II

  • 02/2019 Fishing Report by Sam Cumming

    Feb 2019 by Sam Cumming

    Although it’s usually our quietest period of the year we still manage a few trips out in late January/ early February. The offshore banks are starting to hot up with plenty of spur dogs, nothing monstrous yet, fish up to about 20lb so far, but I’m sure we will get a few bigger ones on the neap tides in March. We have also had a very good start to the year with rays of all different varieties, always welcome to get a good bend in the rod. As February pushes on we will mostly see blonde rays and a few undulates until the water warms up. We have snuck in our first wreck trip early this year and were rewarded with some fat spring Pollack up to 13lb. As seems to be quite common at this time of year we had a nice visit from a large pod of dolphins half way through the day which really is an amazing sight. The video of this encounter is on our Facebook page. Over the next month we will be mostly wreck fishing with a few days on the banks for spurs here and there.
    Sam Cumming
    Silver Spray II

  • 01/2019 Fishing Report by Sam Cumming

    Jan 2019 by Sam Cumming

    First report of 2019 and I’m pleased to say we have already carved out a dozen trips since Christmas. Fishing has been steady with the highlight being some really cracking whiting coming aboard, some fish well over the 4lb mark. As the weather improved after the festive period we managed to double our catch of cod for the winter that brings us up to 2. Although we haven’t had the best winter cod season, like most boats in our patch of water, we have seen some cracking Pollock, usually taking the top hook of a whiting rig. Ben Cannings was happily surprised one such day when he managed a 18lb 8oz Pollock on just size 3 hooks, by far our biggest ever inshore Pollock. Further off on the banks we have had the first of the spur dogs mixed in with some good sized bull huss. We got a shock on New Years Eve when fishing 10 miles out we managed to hook a shark of some description on the spur dog gear, a first for that time of year. Having buoyed the anchor off we chased it around for 15 minutes but the 100lb trace could only hold out for so long and eventually the fish won the battle. In the coming weeks we shall be looking for our first days out on the wrecks for the Pollock and more spur dogs and blonde rays on the banks. We still have space on our 3 and 4 Day trips to Alderney Guernsey and Cherbourg next year from July onwards, only a couple spaces left in June.
    Sam Cumming
    Silver Spray II