Your Captain is a native Vermonter and has spent years on the waters of Lake Champlain. Captain Pete lives on a tiny island called Isle La Motte in the Lake Champlain Islands Region.

United States Coast Guard - 50 Ton Master Captain/Peter Murray's mission is to provide a safe and productive experience aboard the Missy Jean.

Let the Captain's experience be your guide for not only a day of great fishing but fantastic views of our breathtaking mountains, with the Adirondack Mountains to the West and the Green Mountains to the East.

The Captain's obvious love and respect for the lake and its offerings is the driving force behind much of the activity on board.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014


Trying to catch up on some fishing stories and some photographs from the fall of 2013.
Beautiful shot of our green mountains.

Found a few fish in 134 feet of water,with surface water temperature of 60 degrees.

One foot chop with temperature around 60 degrees.
Beautiful day for fishing.

These two young guys managed to catch their limit and then some.
Look at this smile...

Doubles on!!!

The Captain says "job well done"

Another charter for the books.
Another beautiful day for fishing.
Sunny skies with temperatures around 70 with calm waters, doesn't get much better than this.
Salmon were the target fish for the day.

Had an opportunity to go fishing on the Cathy Jean with Captain Thorny.
Several beautiful salmon were caught.
Thanks Captain!!
Well this covers it for the 2013 season, what a season it was.
All posts for the the 2013 season are just some of the highlights.
Looking forward to 2014, but for now the Captain will be doing some ice fishing, stay tuned for some of that.....
As always, thanks for stopping by.
Captain Pete
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