Charter Boat - Flamer IV |
Published by: Colin Penny | Skipper of:
Member of: The Professional Boatmans Association
|Type||Procharter P4 39 ft|
|Power||Iveco 450 hp turbo diesel|
|Licence||MCA 60 miles|
|Pax||10 + Crew|
|Address||1 Wyke Road|
|Post Code||DT4 9QE|
FULL TIME SKIPPER - FULL TIME ANGLING BOAT.
Type of Fishing: Reef, Bank, Flatty, Species (competitions/hunts), Wreck, Specialized Trips,
Why Not Try an Angling break out of Weymouth for 2/3/4/5 days or more.
Or a Trip with a Difference a 4 or 5 day West Country Trip.
For Species like Turbot | Plaice | Brill | Cod | Pollack | Bass | Bream | Ling | Rays | Tope | Whiting | Bull Huss | Spurdog | Conger | Wrasse | Smooth Hounds | Gurnard | Mackerel | Garfish and many more.
Lots of Dates/Trips for Indiviuals at Weekends and Mid Week.
Whole Boat Charter is also available
For Full Information see my site at www.flamer4fishing.co.uk
Hi, My name is Colin Penny and I am the owner/skipper of Flamer IV, I look forward to welcoming you on board and seeing you having an enjoyable day and of course catching plenty of fish,
Many of my customers become good friends and take part in the inevitable leg pulling that frequently occurs when we get together, if you are of the same mindset you will surely enjoy a trip or two with us on the Flamer IV.It is very important to me that my customers have a really enjoyable day when fishing with me on the Flamer IV, I am a keen sea angler myself and still enjoy sea fishing, But, my main enjoyment is to see my anglers also having fun and catching fish.
Flamer IV is a Sakuma,Red Gill sponsored boat. For tackle ideas Click on the logo's below.
Flamer IV Fish of the Month - Click Here
Flamer IV 2017 Species Count - Click Here
Flamer IV Competitions - Click Here
Flamer IV Angling Breaks - Click Here
Flamer IV Awards - Click Here
Flamer IV Price List - Click Here
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Flamer IV FISH Competition - Click Here
Flamer IV Pick Up Point - Click for Full Details
Our pick up point is the Westwey Road Pontoons (Post Code for your Sat Nav – DT4 8SU) (opposite the old gasometer).
Please Note, You will not have to climb down any ladders or clamber over another boat to gain access to Flamer IV, If you temporarily park your car, access from the road is down a gently sloping ramp, at the bottom of the ramp there is a trolley that you can use to transport your tackle from your car to the boat. Toilets – there are two toilets just inside the gate if you need one.
For your information there is Free parking in the streets behind and near the Asda supermarket and in the street behind the retirement apartments building.
While other anglers Flounder, Flamer IV anglers are happy Soles and a Dab hand at catching Plaice. A drifting session with ragworm and squid strip baits produced Plaice ranging from 2Ib 8oz to 4Ib 14oz. Rick Hawkins landing the biggest weighing in at 4Ib 14oz which is the best Plaice landed on Flamer IV this year.
*** DON'T MISS OUT - BOOK YOUR FLATTY TRIPS***
Stephan Attwood, Bryan Osbourne, Kevin Clark were joined by like minded individuals for an angling break for a few days. A variety of fishing was done on Reef,Banks and Wrecks which saw several species caught like Turbot,Rays,Plaice,Cod,Pollack,Ling,Smooth Hounds,Gurnards and many more.Stephan Attwood did particularly well with the Ray fishing.He was also the winner of the friendly and slightly competitive competition done during the angling break,Bryan Osbourne was Runner Up, Weakest Link - Kevin Clark.
FLAMER IV ANGLING BREAK continued
WEYMOUTH ANGLING BREAKS -
A few days away fishing out of Weymouth along with the social side is a nice trip to do.The variety of fishing and the amount of different species caught at Weymouth is probably second to none.There are plenty of places to stay which are angler friendly and some excellent places to wine and dine around the harbour and in Weymouth Town centre.
If you want to try a Weymouth Angling Break then contact me, I cater for whole boat charters and individuals.
Planning your trip well in advance is essential you need to arrange your boat booking and your accommodation as early as possible to avoid disappointment, some of my regular groups plan their trips at least 12 months in advance, this allows them to discuss with me the best tides for the type of fishing they are targeting.
Warwickshire Police Sea Angling Club enjoyed there day out on Flamer IV, species and flatty fishing. The fishing was all done on the drift and 15 different species were recorded. The flatty fishing was excellent with Les Twynholm getting a Grand Slam by catching a Plaice, Turbot and a Brill.
The latest Reef/Bank trip provided some good sport with Bull huss,Conger, Tope, Smooth hounds, Undulate, Thornback and Spotted Rays being caught along with the usual Dogfish and Pouts. John Billett did particularly well catching a 14Ib Bull Huss and a 25Ib 1oz Tope which gave him a tug on his tackle and poor old John broke his rod in the process of landing the Tope, how ever John did win a Flamer IV catch of the day trophy for his efforts. The Next Reef/Bank Trips with places available are on May 28th, June 4th, 7th, 24th, *** DON'T MISS OUT ***
Mark Slater enjoyed his belated 50th birthday trip aboard Flamer IV and caught Brill and Turbot which included his new Personal Best Turbot weighing 13Ib 1oz. Marks father 74 year old Keith was a Turbot virgin but not any more with Keith landing two. Marks son James age 13 also caught Turbot. Marks two friends Alec and Doris landed Brill,Turbot and a Dab. The guys were using two hook traces with size 4/0 Sakuma stinger hooks baited with Mackerel strip. Mark was awarded with a Flamer IV Catch of the Day trophy.The Next Flatty Trip aboard Flamer IV with places available are on May 31st, June 8th, 12th, 14th, *** DON'T MISS OUT ***
WRECK TRIP 2017
My latest Wrecking trip produced Pollack, Ling, Cod and a bonus Turbot. Phil Harrison caight his first ever Turbot while fishing for Ling. Ian Nash caught the first Cod of the year on Flamer IV. Bryan Osbourne landed several Cod using a small pink red gill. The Cod fishing on the wrecks should now get better and better.
The Next Wrecking Trips with places available are May 30th, June 3rd, 9th, 13th, 17th, 25th,
*** DON'T MISS OUT ***
Simon Bailey and friends joined Flamer IV for a Turbot fishing trip and were not dissapointed.They caught several Turbot during their trip and returned most of them.Simon lost a big fish near the boat only to see fellow angler Michael Devenish land a 17Ib Turbot a short time afterwards, of course we all said it was the fish Simon lost which made him feel even worse.Only one of the group failed to catch a Turbot so only one "Blanker " on the boat that day. *** DON'T MISS OUT - BOOK YOUR FLATTY TRIPS ***
Come and try your luck and catch Turbot,Brill, Plaice like the ones pictured which were caught in 2016. *** DON'T FORGET TO BOOK YOUR FLATTY TRIPS FOR 2017 *** NOTE: This is the time of year for the BIG TURBOT. Don't Miss Out.
BOOK YOUR PLACE/S, TRIPS NOW *** DON'T MISS OUT *** Come and try your luck to catch fish like the ones pictured.
Reef/Bank Trips during the year can produce all sorts of species - Rays, Bream, Turbot, Brill, Cod, Whiting, Spurdogs, Bull Huss, Tope, Conger, Plaice, Pollack, Bass and many many more. Pictured are some of the species you can target. DON'T MISS OUT, BOOK YOUR TRIP(S)/PLACE(S).
Angling Breaks - come and catch fish like the ones pictured and many other species. Weymouth Angling Breaks 2017 - Book Now, Don't miss Out, A few days away fishing out of Weymouth along with the social side is a nice trip to do.The variety of fishing and the amount of different species caught at Weymouth is probably second to none.There are plenty of places to stay which are angler friendly and some excellent places to wine and dine around the harbour and in Weymouth Town centre. If you want to try a Weymouth Angling Break then contact me, I cater for whole boat charters and individuals. Planning your trip well in advance is essential you need to arrange your boat booking and your accommodation as early as possible to avoid disappointment, some of my regular groups plan their trips at least 12 months in advance, this allows them to discuss with me the best tides for the type of fishing they are targeting.