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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Veteran Angler Charters

Today was a great day aboard Fire Escape with a diverse crew of veterans.
Babson College Masters Veterans Assoc. Aboard were Collin D.- US Navy
Evan W. And Mark H. - US Army
And Seamus K. -USMC
We had two last minute cancellations and were unable to fill the spots.
We began in the rain early this morning, got on some macs with sabiki rigs. We found hungry bass just after the tide changed and at the same time....the weather broke and the fish were on!
A very enjoyable day, great conversation, stories and laughs. As usual, the fish were a welcome bonus. The crew all went home with fresh fillets!
Thank you all for your service and sacrifice for our great nation.
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Awesome work Capt. Mark!

Great job!

Thanks Gents! Great day on the water!

Nice job

What a great day today aboard Black Mariah, with a group of combat wounded female veterans. The fishing was great, but the company and fellowship was even better. We steamed east about 90 minutes to VAC Captain Mike Pirri's neighborhood, and were very quickly on the fish. On board today were Lauren Cust and Juliet Stephen (Army) Sharon Eleazer (USN), and Aundrea Hunt (AF), who traveled all the way up from the Baltimore area to join us. Anne we missed you, but will get you out next time! These women have faced some extraordinary physical challenges, and their courage and determination is incredible. I was humbled by all of them. We put a boatload of sea bass and porgy on board, but it didn't really matter that much ... just a great day out on the water. My thanks as always to Mike Pollio and Jarrett J. Rousseau for working the deck; and thank you Juliet, Sharon, Lauren and Aundrea, it was an absolute honor to fish with you today (and hey, we proved the weatherman wrong!) ... See MoreSee Less

What a great day today aboard Black Mariah, with a group of combat wounded female veterans.  The fishing was great, but the company and fellowship was even better.  We steamed east about 90 minutes to VAC Captain Mike Pirris neighborhood, and were very quickly on the fish.  On board today were Lauren Cust and Juliet Stephen (Army)  Sharon Eleazer (USN), and Aundrea Hunt (AF), who traveled all the way up from the Baltimore area to join us.  Anne we missed you, but will get you out next time! These women have faced some extraordinary physical challenges, and their courage and determination is incredible. I was humbled by all of them.  We put a boatload of sea bass and porgy on board, but it didnt really matter that much ... just a great day out on the water.  My thanks as always to Mike Pollio and Jarrett J. Rousseau for working the deck;  and thank you Juliet, Sharon, Lauren and Aundrea,  it was an absolute honor to fish with you today (and hey, we proved the weatherman wrong!)Image attachmentImage attachment

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Aundrea hanging out with me on the bridge

Lauren relaxing on the bow on the run home

Perfect day for it, and a nice haul to boot!

Great start today with our women’s combat group ... See MoreSee Less

Great start today with our women’s combat group
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