Fall Deep Sea Fishing in NJ

The summer fishing season has come to an end, the flounder fishing is still good right now and will remain open until September 26th.  The Seabass fishing will open back up on October 22nd and it should be a great time to go since the season has been closed since July 31st.  Also this year for the Striper season us as charter boat get Bonus tags for our customers which allows each person on the boat to keep an additional fish from 24-28″ range.  We are currently anticipating an exceptional Striper season due to that large amounts of bunker that we have seen in the ocean and Delaware Bay threw out the summer. All our prices are based on 6 passengers and includes everything you need for the day Ice, Bait, Tackle, Rods/Reels all you need to bring is what you want to eat and drink.  If you have any questions or would like to acquire about available dates feel free to call or text us anytime.

Capt. Joe 1 856 304 3293

Capt. Nick 1 856 906 5776

26" flounder caught on the TARA ANNE
26″ flounder caught on the TARA ANNE

Deep Sea Seabass Fishing in NJ Starting September 27th

Just want to remind everyone seabass fishing opens back up on September 27th and remains open until October 14th.  We expect the seabass fishing to be excellent since it was closed for almost two months, so don’t miss out.  We still have some dates available for seabass, also other dates are still available for charter the rest of the month in September and October.  Some of the other fish you can go out for around this time would be flounder which is open until September 16th, blue fish.
If you have any questions or looking to go out for a different species or would like to book a trip feel free to call or text us anytime.

Capt. Joe 1 856 304 3293  Capt. Nick 1 856 906 5776.

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Deep Sea Flounder Fishing in NJ

If your looking to go deep sea flounder fishing in NJ this year the flounder season opens this weekend Sat. May 5th. The new NJ deep sea fishing regulation has decreased the size of the flounder from 18″ to 17.5″ and because of this it’s looking to be a promising year do to the decrease in the size limit which will most likely result in more flounder caught to be kept.  If your thinking about going deep sea fishing in NJ this spring or summer, why not give flounder fishing a try they are great mild fish to eat and put up a good fight.  If your interested in going flounder fishing or would like to go fishing for something else or just have some questions you would like answered feel free to give me a call any time.

Captain Joe: (856) 304 3293 or Captain Nick: (856) 906-5776