Charter Rates

    2024 charter reservations dates are being accepted NOW!

Half day $700.00, Full Day $900.00

Please mention this website when calling.

See Early Bird Special below.

First Mate Gratuity is “20%” (recommended)



May 1, 2024 to Oct.31, 2024

1 to 6 people for a full day charter $850.00, “inshore”

Tuna and Shark pricing varies from, time of year and your charter requirements

Call or text 401-744-2804 or email,

Early Bird “SPECIAL”

Please mention this website when calling.

Book before February 28,2024 and get $100.00 off full day Carter.

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No one does Fishing better!

          (max. 6) people plus Capt. and crew

         Larger groups of more than 6 can be accommodated.

Call for details 401-744-2804 

 First Mate gratuity 20% (recommended)

 All payments are due, in full, before departure. Please arrive 15 min early to finalize payment.


What do I bring?

  • Sunglasses
  • A Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Dress for the weather
  • Rain gear (if in the forecast)
  • Small to Medium sized cooler approximately 18 in. x 18 in.      

  • (Please leave a large cooler in your vehicle)

  • Any of your own fishing gear, if you would prefer
  • Motion sickness pills, if needed
  • Bring drinking water
  • NO BLACK SOLES, WORK BOOTS, ECT. Sneakers please.
  • NO HARD LIQUOR OR DRUGS Beer is okay.
  • No Glass containers 
  • NO BANANAS (They are bad luck!)

Can we keep the fish?

              Yes.  Up to 250 lbs. limits and size are in accordance with State and Federal regulations.

Do we need a fishing license?

              All permits and licenses are included with the fishing trip.

What kind of fish can we catch?  

              Fluke, Sea Bass. Stripper, Blue Fish, Cod and more… We also specialize in Shark and Tuna. Call or text 401-744-2804 for pricing

Bad weather

             In the event of bad weather we try to reschedule for more up to date info from Captain Jack, Call 401-744-2804

What not to bring!

No Firearms of any type!

“0” tolerance for drugs… Drugs found onboard after departure will result in a trip to the Coast Guard station. No exceptions!

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