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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Hi all, hope you are all outside enjoying the beautiful weather today ... I'd like to send out two sincere thank you's today; the first to the Employees' Community Services Association of Electric Boat. The employees at the Quonset Point Facility General Dynamics Electric Boat just sent us a very generous donation in honor of their co-worker Dan Masood and our own Capt. Randell Bagwell. Thank you Blake Laverdiere and ECSA! We will put your donation to good use! A second thank you to VAC member Jarrett J. Rousseau, of Rousseau Plumbing & Heating, LLC, for making yet another donation to the organization. We couldn't do what we do without the support of individuals, small businesses, and organizations like these - please support them however you can. Thank you everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

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Even though I was praying to the fish Gods all day it was a great day for me and my cousin fellow vet. Glad to help out this amazing organization!

Thank you to both!!! Your support of Captain Kathy and her amazing nonprofit is honorable and goes to help so many of us!

Oh I wish I was a weatherman. NOAA predicted no rain and 2ft season Sunday for Veteran a trip to Block Island. Well they missed it rain was coming down seas alive biggerthan predicted but this group of Vietnam Vets and members of Rolling Thunder stuck it out. Striped bass were not eating in the east wind but we did mange to get their limits if seabass. It was a good day and the seas laid down for the trip back to Point Judith ... See MoreSee Less

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Good evening all, Capt. K here ... pretty moving day here in CT. This afternoon on Black Mariah we took out Paul LeWoc, an Army veteran with a tough diagnosis and prognosis, who wanted to fish one last time. We had all hands on deck to help, including VAC director Capt. Tom Bremer, as well as a medical assist from Army Medic and Navy Corpsman Dennis DiLulio, and Navy Corpsman and Silver Star recipient Joshua T. Chiarini (see link below for his story. It's amazing) who literally flew himself to CT (he's also a pilot) to lend us a hand today. We had perfect conditions and the blues (and porgy) were biting, so we spent a few hours enjoying the sun, the fishing, and the company. It is a tough thing to help someone catch their last fish, but also an incredible honor. My thanks to everyone who helped, in ways large and small, to help us meet our mission today. You all helped a last wish come true.

Josh's story: valor.militarytimes.com/hero/3766?fbclid=IwAR3cw169yjvryDIXnG2c6vnCY4HTEYNL1hLnXqJ8xZI-v9uGnfIfCD...
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