DEPOSIT POLICY: Total price of the trip is listed above. All trips require a 50% deposit to hold your date. After selecting your trip date, adding a trip to your cart and upon checkout you will be charged for 50% of the TRIP TOTAL. The remaining 50% cash payment will be due upon return to the dock. We do not accept Credit Cards on the boat!
If cancelation occurs within 7 days of booked date, deposit can either be used towards another available date, following season, or full refund of deposit will be returned.
Ready to take your fishing experiences to the next level? Think you can handle being strapped in reeling a fish bigger than you? Say no more. Our signature Twenty/Aught shark fishing charters are what you are looking for.
Primarily targeting Mako's, Blue Sharks, and Threshers. We will be heading off shore for a full day of chumming the waters and setting BIG baits with big 20/0 hooks! Customers will typically be able to fish for their own baits at the beginning of the day and enjoy the sites that comes with being offshore. There may be a bit of a lull while ringing the dinner bells but these trips are often filled with Dolphin sitings, Whales, and usually followed with a massive bite and long fights!
Typically these trips are catch and release and we do tag most sharks that are caught to ensure a healthy fishery, however keeper Mako and Thresher sharks make excellent dinners, awesome photo opportunities back at the dock, and life long memories.
Tuna fishing around Rhode Island can be a bit spotty and it's best to call ahead of time before booking these trips. If there is a good bite around it's often wise to take advantage of this limited window. The Captain may make suggestions of what to target and things can change days before a trip.
Tuna Trip Policy: If a giant tuna is caught, the client receives that trip for free! The boat gets the fish. There are no exceptions to this rule due to commercial harvest laws.
OFFSHORE Weather Policy: Offshore trips can be downgraded at the captains discretion to inshore trips should weather conditions not permit offshore access.