Maridee II Sport Fishing Charters of Galilee, Rhode Island
For Fun And For Fish. Captain Andy Dangelo takes pride in helping you get the most out of your fishing time. Sportsfishermen from all around charter the Maridee II for fun and relaxation and to "get away from it all". Whether you're an experienced fisherman or just a beginner the Maridee II is for you. You'll find the Maridee II is equipped with easy-to-use tackle with effective lures, making your day most enjoyable. Just leave all the technical parts to the Captain!

Sportsfishermen want to catch fish. The Maridee II is on the ocean every day allowing the Dangelos to keep track of where the fish are. Whether you're after the small varieties of fish such as cod, bluefish, or striped bass, or the big game fish like tuna, marlin, or shark, the Maridee II will lead you to them! Captain Andy Dangelo Jr. has over 20 years experience big game fishing.


Captain's Log
60.3 pound bass, a new boat record!

New Maridee Record!!

On May 22/09 we set a new Maridee striped bass record. We caught a 60.3 lb. bass while trolling on the Southwest corner of Block Island. It was one of many large fish caught that day. We also had a 50.1, a couple of 40's and 30's to go along with the 60! Not a bad day aboard the Maridee II.
The striped bass fishing continues to be very good as of 6/22. Plenty of fish every day. Now that the fluke season has opened you can combine the bass and the fluke into a full day excursion. The afternoon trips and twilight trips to Block Island have also been very productive. The night time eeling has been very good as long as we can get away from the dogfish. A few blues have shown up, but the main body has yet to make an arrival.
We made our first sharking expedition last week and had a few blue sharks for our efforts. That fishery will improve as (if) the weather warms up a little.

Big Fish Board
Striped Bass-- 60.3 lbs.
Bluefish------ 12 lbs.
Fluke--------- 9.4 lbs.
Blue shark---- 150 lbs.

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