Charter Boat: Patricia Rose

Boat and Skipper Details

Licensed For: up to 12 passengers
Code Of Practice: 60NM Cat 2
Hours: <1hr / 1hr / 2hr / 3hr / 4hr / 5hr / 6hr / 7hr / 8hr / 9hr / 10hr / 11hr / 12hr / Multiple Days Trips
Type of Fishing: Novice to Match Angler, dive, survey or tourism
Tackle Available: Yes - Contact Skipper
Bait Available: Yes - Contact Skipper
Boat Specification: Fast Aquastar 38 Sports Fisherman
Facilities: Free refreshments, on-deck toilet
Additional Description:

Bespoke trips based on finance and customer requirements. Boat capable of 26 knots comfortably getting you to the marks quickly and safely with her twin 280 Hp diesels. Acres of deck space to reduce tangles, rod hire and instruction available, we can even show you how to prepare your catch for the pot. Special rates for clubs fishing multiple days/matches. Crew able to score fish to match standards. High quality rigs and tackle available at reduced prices. Fast and stable for wildlife spotting, filming, research work or sentry vessel. New for 2020, 3 and 5 day channel islands trips.

Patricia Rose Skipper Andy Bridson's Photo
About the Skipper:

Andy has over 40 years experience taking people fishing. He fishes himself for fun and up to match standard to UK Armed Forces level. His is a commercially endorsed Yacht Master and member of the Professional Boatman's Association. The Patricia Rose is Andy's first full size charter boat as his long military career draws to a close, he is able to spend more time with old friends and new doing his primary hobby. Andy is an instructor and a maritime specialist by trade and has gained his experience fishing all over the world landing some memorable specimens. As well as standard offshore reef & wrecking, discuss your requirements and he will take into account weather, your budget and the time of year and design the perfect day out for you and your crew. From being at anchor in the river using the extensive stainless rod holders to fishing in 70 metres of water over WW 1&2 wrecks, you are the customer so we design the package best for you. We also cater for individuals.

This Charter has been listed as Suitable for Diving Trips. Contact the Skipper for full details.

December 2019

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N.B. Not all Skippers keep this dairy up-to-date. Always check with skippers before making any plans. Last calendar update: 26-Nov-2019

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Upcoming Individual Spaces on Patricia Rose

Fri 13/12/2019 12 Spaces 5 Hours £35.00pp
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Fri 20/12/2019 12 Spaces 5 Hours £35.00pp
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Fri 27/12/2019 12 Spaces 5 Hours £35.00pp
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Fri 24/01/2020 12 Spaces 10 Hours £500.00pp
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Sun 19/04/2020
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Reviews

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  • 5-star Jill Paterson (03/08/2019)

    A fabulous trip to Eddystone Lighthouse. Perfect hosts; helped us with some fishing and we even saw dolphins. Just the perfect trip.

    Skippers Reponse: Thank you Jill and Iain. We can't guarantee dolphins every trip, but here at Patricia Rose Charters we aim to design the perfect trip for your needs. Good luck with the rest of your GB Tour in Peggy .

Bait & Tackle

Catch Stats

Latest Catches 29 photos uploaded

Unknown

14 lb Cod

17-Apr-2019
Mike C

2 lb Red Gurnard

17-Nov-2019
Mike C

10 lb Monkfish

17-Nov-2019
Mike C

38 lb Conger Eel

16-Nov-2019
Novice

12 lb Bull Huss

20-Oct-2019
Unknown

15 lb Pollock

22-May-2019
Unknown

14 lb Pollock

22-May-2019
Unknown

6 lb John Dory

2-Sep-2018
Mark Bellamarich

15 lb Ling (Common)

Jul-2019
Daz Rose

4 oz Red Band Fish

2-Jul-2019
Unknown

8 lb Coalfish (Coley/Saithe)

Jul-2019
Unknown

1 lb Cuckoo Wrasse

Jun-2019
Unknown

5 lb Spotted Ray

Jul-2019
Andy Olliman RN Sea Angling

1 lb 4 oz Plaice

30-Mar-2019
The Skipper

64 lb Tope

Feb-2015
Skipper working away

5 lb Trigger Fish

Feb-2016

Latest Fishing Reports and News

  • 17/11/2019 Fishing Report by Andy Bridson

    17 Nov 2019 by Andy Bridson

    FISH THE WEATHER NOT THE TIDES!
    Hello again folks, this weekend we were blessed with some favourable weekend weather for the first time in a long time. We had a club booking for the South West UK Armed Forces Club on Sunday but like all clubs , they were struggling to get guys to commit so I agreed to cap their costs, add some individual regulars and run the weekend as an individuals weekend with a special offer of 20% off for those individuals that wished to fish both days. Three of my anglers decided to do this so got two days afloat for £80. Saturday started lumpy and the overnight Strong Wind Warning did little for everyone's confidence when I picked them up at 0700. We went back to a great little live bait mark which was holding perfectly sized Joey Mackerel the week before only to find a pod of dolphins had also found the same mark. With limited live bait we went for it and had a good day hitting lots of Squid and a few white fish. One angler was keen to take home an eel for the pot so we took the unusual step of boating and killing a 38lb eel which he took home to chop up into steaks. Regulars to Patricia Rose know my Conger recipe is to boil it for 3 hours in a bucket of stones and then ditch the eel and eat the stones. :-) The wind and conditions improved all day and we had a great ride home at 18 knots as the sun set in the West, the lads cleaned up their fish and the boat and got back at a sensible time for the drive home.
    Sunday was a different day again starting like a mill pond allowing us to bang out the miles and hit some of the Eastern inshore reefs and wrecks. Before we hit the wrecks we had a bit of a reef drift and banged out a lucky Angler/Monk fish of about 10 lbs. As the tide dropped we went East looking for more of it and with not a lot of tide running it was always going to be hard work but we had a few half decent Pollack, lots of Octopus, Squid, Red Gurnard and the usual suspects. The wind kept us drifting at a half decent rate so we didn't anchor on Sunday. I'm sure the lads will remember the novice mistake of the skipper hanging onto a squid a second too long and getting a face full of ink while trying to lower it into a bucket instead of just throwing it. We came back across at the end of the day closer to Plymouth into a rain squall which combined with a lack of fish on our final mark just about put the final nail in the coffin. Still with a few tired lads after two days hard fishing the early finish was a blessing

  • 09/10/2019 Fishing Report by Andy Bridson

    9 Oct 2019 by Andy Bridson

    Another weekend lost to the weather offshore and the rain will wash out the river.
    Mid way through Oct and the boat is growing a beard through inactivity. High winds and big swells have kept the newly refurbished Patricia Rose alongside. There's no sense forcing a bad trip just for a payday. You will break before the boat but that is no reason to fish when you can't even hold bottom. Never mind, the excitement is building for the winter cod season and despite the horrendous rain of late, I am hopeful that the river will fish well this winter based on early signs on the inshore reefs a month ago. The next round of trips will be over the weekend 19 20 Oct 19 weather permitting.
    Good luck to the Royal Navy Squad fishing from the shore in Portsmouth this week at The Inter Services Shore Championships.
    Well at least the weather gives me chance refresh the business logo and order new merchandise for my anglers. Tight lines boys, see you soon. Andy