Veteran Angler Charters

Veteran Angler Charters is a 501(c)3 non-profit that partners with charter boats throughout New England to provide no-cost saltwater fishing trips to disabled veteran of all branches of the armed services.

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A quiet and cool fall trip today with an unexpectedly small group about Black Mariah ... there was actually quite a bit of action, which is a change (it has been very slow in the central Sound for the past month), though many were shorts. But steady action with blackfish (tautog), porgy, and sea bass. The keeper blackfish were not interested in either our crabs or squid today, sadly. My thanks as always to crewman Mike Pollio, with a special assist from VAC member Jarrett Rousseau (USCG). ... See MoreSee Less

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Looks like a beautiful day and a great trip!

Good evening everyone, Capt. Kathy here ... VAC received a wonderful honor yesterday, being named a member of the national Purple Heart Trail. The award and check were presented by Major Dan Eddinger, the CT Commander of the Military Order of the Purple Heart.

It goes without saying (but here I am saying it anyways!) that no program succeeds without the people that do the work, and all the individuals and organizations that support them. We couldn’t do what we do without the larger community that supports us. VAC is a team, and I am so honored to work alongside you all!

From left to right: Bob Sodergren, 173rd Airborne Brigade; John Alberghini, 101st Airborne; me, Major Daniel Eddinger, National Coordinator Purple Heart Trail, 25th Infantry;
Juliet Taylor, Disabled American Veterans; Dennis DiIulio, Combat medic, Army; Navy corpsman; ER Nurse, Army;
Al Meadows, Army 9th Infantry, Mobile Riverine Force
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Good evening everyone, Capt. Kathy here ... VAC received a wonderful honor yesterday, being named a member of the national Purple Heart Trail.  The award and check were presented by Major Dan Eddinger, the CT Commander of the Military Order of the Purple Heart.

It goes without saying (but here I am saying it anyways!) that no program succeeds without the people that do the work, and all the individuals and organizations that support them. We couldn’t do what we do without the larger community that supports us. VAC is a team, and I am so honored to work alongside you all!  

From left to right:  Bob Sodergren, 173rd Airborne Brigade; John Alberghini, 101st Airborne; me, Major Daniel Eddinger, National Coordinator Purple Heart Trail, 25th Infantry;
Juliet Taylor, Disabled American Veterans; Dennis DiIulio, Combat medic, Army; Navy corpsman; ER Nurse, Army;
Al Meadows, Army 9th Infantry, Mobile Riverine Force

My apologies for not getting any catch photos but we had a great day fishing around Block Island today with three Army Iraq combat vets. Seabass was most of the action. It was a cold start. Thank Bob, Jeff and Joe for the opportunity to take you guys out. ... See MoreSee Less

My apologies for not getting any catch photos but we had a great day fishing around Block Island today with three Army Iraq combat vets. Seabass was most of the action. It was a cold start.  Thank Bob, Jeff and Joe for the opportunity to take you guys out.Image attachmentImage attachment

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it isnt called "Catchin " its fishing for days like theese.

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