|Type||BWSeaCat 11m Catamaran|
|Power||Nanni Diesel 2 x 200hp|
|Licence||MCA 60 miles|
|Persons||12 + Crew|
Corona Virus Update 30/06/2020
In recent days it has been confirmed that from 4th July we will be able to operate again with reduced numbers of 5 passengers plus me (more passengers will be allowed if they are from the same household). All bookings already held will be contacted and informed of the change and it will be their decision if they wish or their booking to remain. For the remainder of July these will be the restrictions on numbers. Sadly this will see the price per person increase. Inshore trips will be £100pp and wrecking trips £140pp. This will be for July only and hopefully the next set of government guidelines will see numbers able to increase.
As ever your support has been incredible!
2020 and 2021 diary Now OPEN, Please get in touch with your requirements!
BW Seacat S.P.E.E.D 11, the latest in the catamaran market, built in 2013 she is maintained impeccably and looks like new. Powered by 2x200hp Nani engines giving a cruising speed of 16knts. This makes the distant wrecks and Channel Islands in easy reach! Island wheelhouse offers 105 feet of fishable gunwhale space. Fitted with state of the art Navigation equipment for safety and fish finding.
Wreck, Reef, Banks, Shambles, Channel Islands, Multi day trips from Weymouth, species hunts, Competitions, Specialist small groups, Beginners more than welcome, Bass, Bream, Cod, Plaice, Rays, Congers, Tope, Turbot, Brill
Licensed for 12 + 2 crew, fish 10-12 with complete comfort.
Facilities: WC for all to use, Oven, Red Hot Kettle for your tea and coffee, insulated fish hold for those multiple day trips, heated wheelhouse. Skipper more than happy to gut or fillet fish you wish to take for the table regardless of whether I have a crew or not.
Nothing is too much trouble on board Supanova, if you have no gear, NO PROBLEM. Never been fishing before, NO PROBLEM. It is my aim to offer everybody who steps foot on board Supanova the best day possible. You can expect as much complimentary tea and coffee as you can handle and a good laugh to boot and with a bit of luck a few nice fish for the table. All enquiries are welcome please do not hesitate to contact me by any means.
First and formost I am an angler so hopefully I am in a good position to understand anglers needs, the ultimate buzz i get from this job is to see you all catching, i am not the type to hang around if things don't work.
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About the Skipper:
Hi I'm Lyle i'm a born and bred local lad, been fishing the waters around Weymouth and Portland since the tender age of 5 years old and since then I have developed into a well respected young skipper in the port. On leaving school at 16 I joined as crew aboard the famous Weymouth charter boat Tiger Lily, skippered by the legendary Chris Caines and over the next two and a half years gained masses of experience from Chris. At the age of 17 I became the youngest skipper in the country and from gaining further experience running boats such as Tiger Lily, Lone Shark, Channel Chieftain, Flamer and Revolution and small stints as a commercial fisherman, on various vessels in the port I decided in 2009 to take the leap and purchase my own boat for charter angling. Now with the massive investment into my second and third vessels you can now see that I am in it for the long run! In my spare time you just can't keep me away from boats for the past thirteen years I have been an active volunteer on Weymouth Lifeboat Crew.
2020 Trips with spaces remaining 07976876667
19th March Half day Blondes Half day Plaice 1 space £60pp
19th April Inshore Flatfish 1 Space £60pp
20th April wrecking for Pollack 5 spaces £75pp
22nd April Inshore Flatty comp Vs Flamer 5 spaces £60pp
26th May Shambles Turbot and Brill Trip 1 space £60pp
1st June Bream Of Plaice and Turbot £60pp
5th June Wrecking Cod Pollack 3 spaces £75pp
7th June Bream or Plaice and Turbot 5 psaces £60pp
11th June Turbot and Brill 2 spaces £60pp
14th June Wrecking Cod and Pollack 1 space £75pp
16th June Inshore Tope 6 spaces £60pp
17th June Inshore Tope 1 space £60pp
13th July Wrecking Cod and Pollack 2 spaces £75pp
14th July Rays, Conger, Tope 4 spaces £60pp
15th July Rays, Conger, Tope 3 spaces £60pp
3rd, 4th, 6th August WHOLE BOAT AVAILABLE
5th August Bream, Bass, Turbot 8spaces £60pp
10th August Rays, Congers, Tope 3 spaces £60pp
16th August Bream, Rays etc 2 spaces £60pp
20th August Bream, Bass etc 6 spaces £60pp
21st August Bream, Bass etc 5 spaces £60pp
24th,25th,26th WHOLE BOAT AVAILABLE
1st Sept Bream, Rays, Turbot etc 5 spaces £60pp
2nd Sept Bream, Rays, Turbot etc 1 space £60pp
7th Sept Wrecking Pollack and Bass 1 space £75pp
20th Sept Half day Blondes Half day Bream 1 space £60pp
21st Sept Turbot and Brill 4 spaces £60pp
26th Sept Blonde Rays, Conger 5 spaces £60pp
27th Sept Blonde Rays, Conger 4 spaces £60pp
21st Oct Bream, Bass etc 6 spaces £60pp
22nd Oct Bream, Bass etc 5 spaces £60pp
26th Oct Blonde Rays, Conger 3 spaces £60pp
27th Oct Blonde Rays, Conger 6 spaces £60pp
Spring and summer species starting to arrive Apr 2019
Things are starting to warm up now, both temperature wise and summer fishing wise.
Paul Smith loves a drop of flatty fishing, This the firdst decent Turbot of the season for us about 9lb's.
Mike was nearly as happy when Weymouth FC got promoted as he was atching this cracking Spring Plaice!
Trevor Pegg is a regular visitor to Weymouth and why wouldn't you when there are Plaice like this to catch.
After a cracking morning session on the Bream with most fish released as they are currently breeding, the lads fancued a change. Bass all round!
Dave Lam snaffled this cracking Turbot, Turbot Steaks for tea then, Dave, Well Done!
Inshore reefs ad banks spring 2019
Some absolutely superb Ray and Spurdog fishing over the small tides this spring. If you get the right tides then you really don't needs loads of lead and if you uptide then you can fish with 10oz all day! 25lb Blondes on uptiders are something else!
Steve Peek enjoyed a day on the Blondes recently. This one was hooked within 30 seconds of being on the bottom first drop of the day.
Steve Clements has a knack of bagging a biggie. This beauty went 25lb before being released.
Gary Collins managed this one on some nice light gear over the quieter part of the tide.
Paul Milkins had a lovely day recently landing Spurdogs, Congers, Bull Huss and Blonde Rays on the same day.
Feloow Skipper, Michael Webber from Minehead managed this nice Spur during the Ray Evan's friday Species League.
Early season 19
Wrecking action for the early part of the season until mid April has been fairly steady with some good catches of Pollack and the odd early Cod. FIngers crossed we get a showing of Ling in the next few weeks and Cod in more numbers throughput May and into June and beyond.
Mike Loves his early season Pollacking, especially after a long winter and cancelled trips.
Beautiful quality Pollack never fight harder than in the early season!
The really wrecked SAC boys certainly giot amongst some nice ones this winter.
Bill Thornton temoted this one on the old classic ugly stik which is older than me!!! 18lb of prime fighting Pollack.
Earl Coates from Weston Super Mare had some cracking days over the winter when the weather allowed.
It wasn't just the Bream that were there in abundance. It was a great year for Porbeagle shark sightings. We managed to hook a few and had a good laugh on a few occasions. Some other great fish too as you can see.
A Beautiful Undulate Ray for Aaron Brown. 18lb. Released unharmed.
Beautiful Bass on Live Mackerel for Andy Land
Steve Clements with a 30lb+ Blonde Ray. Released Unharmed.
Paul Milking Cracking Ballan Wrasse of 6lb 12oz. Released unharmed.
Dave Vaughan and a beautiful Porbeagle SHark around 90lb, Released unharmed.
Summer Autumn 18
The Bream have been an absolute savior for the latter part of our season, absolutely fantastic fishing has almost been guaranteed throughout summer/autumn. Here are some of the better ones.
A lovely Black Bream for Dave Edwards
Steve Paige likes talking them on the hook!
Its the Bream Machine!
Rick Hawkins, a true gent with a wreck Bream.
Chris Corbin with an absolute clonker.
Summer Autumn Weymouth Flatfish 18
There were some cracking Turbot and Brill around this year. Plenty of small ones on the Shambles throughout the summer. We spent some serious time sussing out a few different marks to target them. We weren't disappointing.
Kyte with a 13lb Turbot which he returned. Top Chap
Derbs with the best one of the year for us 16lb 8oz
Josh Atkinson with the winning fish in the Weymouth Turbot and Brill Comp 2018 with this lovely Brill.
Charlie with a lovely summer Turbot
100% my fish of the year. A beautiful 10lb 12oz Brill for Niall Taylor-Duncan from Scotland. His first Brill ever!
Alderney Tope Tastic 18
Well in July I had one of my most memorable trips to Alderney ever. It was little different to any other Alderney trips as the lads only wanted to Target the Tope around the island. We managed plenty of Mackerel Weymouth side before fishing for Congers on the way over. What followed over our two middle days was some superb Tope fishing. Not loads of fish but all lads on board managed fish over 50lb with the best nudging 70lb.
Daz and a beast of a Tope
Phil with a large Female
This beauty wanted a nibble on Daves toes.
John was a broken man after this beast.
It's not always about the big fish you know!
Special catches in 18
Well this year produced no fewer than 14 John Dory's, never seen so many in a year before. The odd crustacean, one chap caught 3 scallops in 3 drops! Octopus and the first Angler fish we have seen made an appearance.
Best John Dory of the year
Paul managed our first ever angler fish, this one was returned.
Sean Cahill with this stunning Tub Gurnard about 6lb's
Watto of the Birmingham hookers with a monster Lobster.
Charlie with a beautiful John Dory
Summer Wrecking 18
The wrecking took a turn for the worst throughout April with the Pollack not really getting back going again after spawning, once we got onto May they started to pick up pace again but unfortunately Cod catches throughout the summer were fairly sporadic.
Byron with a nice fit double figure summer Pollack
Alex Dove with a summer beast!
Father and Son duo Ken and Steve join us twice a year for three day breaks with chums. They Love a bit of Pollack
One drift wonders!!
Sean Cahill bought the sun all the way from the Caribbean to catch this one!
Summer Wrecking 18
Mr Green showed them the way!
A couple of bonus Cod's for Derbs and Plug
A nice 17lb Cod for Rob Burgin
Tony gets a bit of Moral support from Byron!
Gary The Pollack Magnet strikes again.
Adlerney Early trips 18
It's no secret that the fishing in Alderney has been pretty tough the last few years especially for the big draw of the Turbot and Brill fishing. It's proving increasingly difficult to find the better fish these days but if as you all know if you keep going and put the hours in the you can reap the rewards.
My Uncle managed this early double figure Turbot on our annual May trip to Guernsey.
Paul Gosling tickled up this Turbot for tea on his tribes annual visit to the Rock.
My good friend Glenn Knight managed his first double figure Turbot after years of trying on a trip to Guernsey. Well done Glenny!
The old man once agin showed me how to do it with this 10lber
Paul Morton and his quite delightful hat from Yeovil love a bit of Brill for tea.
Early Summer 18
Well in early May for the first time in years the Mackerel arrived almost as they should. This produced some of the best Tope fishing I have seen for years, loads and I mean Loads of Tope! At times impossible to even get a bait to the bottom and some crackers up to 40lb +
Darren Miles landed this one after a bait on the bottom for 30 seconds
A slack water Tope for Lee Picknell on a spinning rod at slack water
Chris Weller loves a picture, especially with a feisty Tope
Kev needed a sit down after this tussle
Not just Tope but some congers and cracking double figure huss like this one for Rob Field. (not long after this pic it tried to bite him)