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
Flamer IV Payment & Refund Details - Click Here
Flamer IV Terms & Conditions - Click Here
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.
WRECKING TRIP 2017
A lovely day saw plenty of Pollack caught on a variety of lures with a nice lots of fish in the 10Ib to 13Ib bracket like the ones pictured. SHARK ATTACK - Charlie Cole was reeling up a Pout when he saw his leader knot and then his rod bent over with a fair amount of line being stripped off then all went slack as he brought his tackle aboard he saw his trace had been chewed in half and frayed by a toothy critter.
WRECK TRIPS in the next few weeks with places available - March 5th, 9th, 10th, 17th,18th,24th,25th,
April - 2nd, 5th, 19th, 30th, DON'T MISS OUT.
FEATURES - in the Salt Water Boat Angling magazine issue 9 Feb 2017 on pages 20,21,22,23 there is a Flamer IV Skipper's Diary feature. Also in Sea Angler magazine issue 541 Feb 9 to March 8 on pages 58,59,60,61, there is a Flamer IV feature titled "Last - Minute Adventure. In the same magazine on page 74, I have won the TOP SKIPPER AWARD which I am really pleased with and thanks to those of you who nominated me.
My first wreck trip of 2017 produced a variety of size Pollack along with a Bass and a real bonus a Coalfish. Certainly when the tide was at it's peak the best lures were Bubble Gum Pink Red Gills fished on long traces. Coalfish are a rare fish in Weymouth waters, Nigel Powis landed his first ever which weighed 8Ib 3oz and is a new Flamer IV record. **** DON'T MISS OUT BOOK NOW ***
My first Reef/Bank trip of 2017 which included the Flamer IV/Sakuma Fish of the Month 2016 Winners Final was fished on two marks at anchor west of Portland and a variety of fish were caught which included Bass,Pollack,Rays,Conger,Smooth Hound, Spurdog,Whiting etc. Pennel rigs of Sakuma Stinger hooks baited with squid and mackerel cocktails worked the best.
FLAMER IV FISH of the MONTH 2016 WINNERS FINAL
The Flamer IV/Sakuma Fish of the Month Winners Title was kept in the family as Ian Youngs took the title from his wife Denise who had won the title in 2015.The Flamer IV Fish of the Month 2016 Winners final -
Champion Ian Youngs with 209 points, Runner Up - Stephan Attwood 208 points.
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 ***
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).
BOOK YOUR PLACE/S, TRIPS NOW *** DON'T MISS OUT *** Come and try your luck to catch fish like the ones pictured.
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.