Charter Boat: Yellowfin
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SPRING & SUMMER EVENING TRIPS 17.00 - 21.00 OR 18.00 -21.00 FOR
GROUND FISHING ,EVENING MACKEREL TRIPS. OR JUST A BOAT TRIP.
Skipper started Fishing age 5 with grandad and dad fishing on the river seven for barbel, chub and perch,then grandad moved caravan to tenby so the sea fishing began, then another move to looe in cornwall so summer holidays spent fishing there. I started fishing out of newhaven in 1993 on own boat Also been crew man for charter boats,still love to fish myself when i get chance,get a buzz from giving people a good days fishing,or somebody catching a personal best.Will help you set up your gear,and any help you need for the day.
- CBUK Catch Log: 36 Species have been caught onboard Yellowfin, including: Ballan Wrasse | Bass | Black Sea Bream | Brill | Bull Huss | Coalfish (Coley/Saithe) | Cod | Common Dragonet | Conger Eel | Dab | Dover Sole | European Eel | Flounder | Garfish | Greater Weever | Herring | John Dory | Lesser Spotted Dogfish | Ling (Common) | Mackerel | Monkfish | Plaice | Pollock | Red Gurnard | Red Mullet | Sand Eel | Smooth-hound (Common) | Sole (Common) | Starry Smooth-hound | Thick-Lipped Grey Mullet | Tope | Tub Gurnard | Turbot | Twaite Shad | Undulate Ray | Whiting
- CBUK Catch of the Month Winner: April 2013, 19 lb 2 oz Pollock | June 2010, 18 lb 6 oz Pollock | June 2009, 10 lb Brill
- 2 lb 10 oz Black Sea Bream by Barry
- 2 lb 6 oz Plaice by Mark
- 8 lb 4 oz Cod by Mindugas
- 5 lb Bass by Mel
- 4 lb 6 oz Bass by Mick
- 11 lb 2 oz Pollock by Max
- 10 lb Cod by Dave
- 5 lb Pollock by Max
- 11 lb Cod by Dan
- 12 lb Pollock by Nigel
- 10 lb 6 oz Pollock by Nigel and Bob
- 10 lb Pollock by Lloyd
Latest Fishing Reports
19/02/2013 Fishing Report by kurt lander on Yellowfin (Newhaven, East Sussex)
19 Feb 2013 by kurt lander
Spring is here well at least it was for one day, 5mph wind and birght sunshine all day, so off we went over the horizon to fish some new wrecks no boats to be seen or land, the long steam out payed off with some fine
winter pollack up to 16lb 8oz and some personal best, despite the very small ebb tide the wrecks fished well.
As you can see from the picture big smiles from my customers and some fine fish, caught on long flowing
trace with shads and sidewinders and the good old redgills.
03/01/2013 Fishing Report by kurt lander on Yellowfin (Newhaven, East Sussex)
3 Jan 2013 by kurt lander
The wreck fishing season started today with a choppy day out in mid channel, drifting over wrecks with shads and sidewinders, not the best of conditons with wind and tide the drifts overs the wrecks was about 4knots, but the hardened wind swept wet crew still managed to catch some nice plump winter bass and pollack, so the year has got of to a not to bad start, some spaces left on some of my weekend trips,so hurry up before they go.
Tight lines to all.
03/09/2012 Fishing Report by Russell Long on Yellowfin (Newhaven, East Sussex)
3 Sep 2012 by Russell Long
Had a fantastic days fishing on Saturday with kurt on yellow fish 10 different species in one day beat that
Including herring turbot and brill
07/2010 Fishing Report by Drew Brooke-Mellor on Yellowfin (Newhaven, East Sussex)
Jul 2010 by Drew Brooke-Mellor
First Class Boat. First Class Skipper. First Class Fishing. First Class Day Out!
Last Friday (July 23rd) was our first outing with Kurt, his deck-hand Charlie and
the Yellow Fin Boat. We were a party of five, including my Brother-in-Law from
Canada, who is a lake fisherman, and Chris, our next-door neighbour who has never
slung a hook in his life. If you book this boat (and you'd be a fool not to) take
time to arrive for bacon butties (or more) at the cafe and a visit to the 'Newhaven
Angler' for your bait and lures, where you get a great reception from both shops.
Other supplies are availbale from the convenience store on the same parade. It
really is a 'one-stop shop' for everything you need for a great day out.
Leaving shortly before 8, we had caught our fresh mackerel bait by 9:30 and were on
the way to our first mark. It wasn't long until, thanks to Kurt's expert knowledge
of the area, before we were 'in the fish'. One of the other Lad's, Tim, caught an
amazing 60lb, 7ft long Conger Eel which had us all leaping around the boat once it
was landed and photographed before release to breed another day. It wasn't long
before Rob, from our party, caught a very handsome 35lb Conger and Chris, our
newbie, opened his own sea-fishing account with a respectable Pollack of around 7lb.
I was thrilled to bits to hook my own personal Pollock of around 10lb.
Including a handful of very meaty Bream, our total catch gave us over 50lb of
table-ready fish after gutting and a very enjoyable BBQ was had by all and the WAGS
of the Hunter Gatherers. The party went on long into the small hours and most of the
talk was about booking the Yellow Fin for our next trip.
Don't bother looking for another boat if you're fishing off Newhaven. Kurt Lander
and the Yellow Fin is Numero Uno. It's the tops. End Of.
Image - Chris with his first ever Sea Catch
03/06/2010 Fishing Report by Darren Chisholm on Yellowfin (Newhaven, East Sussex)
3 Jun 2010 by Darren Chisholm
A great evenings fishing with one of Newhavens finest skippers, Kurt. Species caught were mackeral, whiting, black bream, dabs and plaice which was a great return as we couldn't go too far due to lumpy sea conditions. But Kurt still managed (as always) to put us on the fish.
31 May 2013
2 Places. 9 Hours. £55.00
02 June 2013
4 Places. 9 Hours. £55.00
13 July 2013
10 Places. 9 Hours. £55.00
21 July 2013
10 Places. 9 Hours. £55.00
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pete the tree (07/04/2013)
Thankfully for a change the English weather actually let the Send seacrew out for a day's fishing. We all had a good day catching pollock from 7lb to the monster I yanked up, being 19lb 2oz. What a fish. All the fish were caught on side winder lures and, living dangerously staying as close to the wreck as possible, not getting too sentimental about your tackle, and willing to wave it goodbye! The fish I caught had to go down to my local pub to claim the £20 bet I had that I would not blank. He had to pay up really, the turd! Kurt laid on the tea, coffee and sausage rolls as always. What a day. Tight lines people!!!
Skippers Reponse: Thanks Pete glad you all had a good day, hope the weather is good for your next trip.
dave roberts (09/02/2013)
My third trip on yellowfin a long way out first stop and a big fat 20 pound cod caught and some pollock,moved to a different wreck and a 18 pound pollock caught and some smaller ones then off to another wreck where more pollock and cod was caught, a long day but a good one, skipper needs some singing lessons, but nice coffee and pies, made a effort to give a good day.
barbara White (07/04/2013)
We had great day out fishing and had pollack from 7lb up to the monster that i yanked up that was 19lb 2 oz all the fish were caught on sidewinder lures and living dangerously by staying as close to the wreck as possible it payed off this time happy days... The sausage rolls went down well to thanks again kurt. Pete the tree.
Richard Pledger (19/02/2013)
Great day out and skipper worked hard to put us over decent fish. Lovely cup of tea too!
Skippers Reponse: Thanks Richard and all, Great customers, hope to see you all soon many thanks.
David Hedges (11/11/2012)
Great days fishing, plenty of fish and a nice cod, and the hot mince pies were a nice treat thanks Kurt.
Skippers Reponse: Thanks dave more fish and pies on the next trip.
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