All trips include Rods, Bait, Tackle, Fishing License, and expert fish cleaning.
Bring your own food and beverage.


  • Six (6) passengers maximum on all trips, no exceptions. 
  • Please inform the Captain of any passengers with medical conditions.
  • All bait and tackle is provided. You may bring your favorite fishing rod and tackle if you desire.
  • We'll store your catch on ice in an insulated fish box during the trip, so don't bring a lot of coolers. We want to keep the deck space as clear as possible for fishing. You should leave a cooler with ice in your car to transfer your catch to when we return.
  • Bring your own food and beverage. All containers should be cans or plastic. No glass, please.
  • No illegal substances of any kind will be tolerated. No hard liquor. Do not show up intoxicated or under the influence of drugs as you will be refused boarding. Your safety is our top priority.
  • Hats, sunglasses, sunscreen, rain gear and a camera to take photos on your trip are recommended.
  • Children are always welcome as passengers, but please notify the Captain of any passengers under 12 years of age.
  • Check with the Captain the night before sailing to confirm your trip departure time. Cancellations due to weather will be made at the discretion of the Captain.
  • Cancellation/Refund Policy: The Captain is solely responsible for the decision to sail. In the event you decide to cancel your trip or fail to adhere to the above policies, all deposits/monies paid are refundable only at the Captain's discretion.

"Just wanted to let you know that we had an
awesome time on Sunday. Everyone had a super experience,
especially my eight year old who landed the 32” striper!
My daughters had never gone ocean fishing on a boat before.
I was hoping it would be memorable for them and it absolutely was.
Thanks again to you and Frank"

It takes about two hours to get out to where the cod, haddock, and shark are while 
striped bass, bluefish, flounder, and mackerel can be caught without having to go too far.
Click the picture below to learn more about the fish we catch.