If you are looking for a completely different fishing experience, then this is the boat for you. This boat is unique in that you will do much of your fishing in shallow water with light tackle, providing an experience like no other. There is no trolling, deep water or oversized conventional reels. You will cast live eels and artificial lures tight to rocky shorelines where the big fish hunt after dark! At times this can be a challenging experience that will test your angling abilities. However, anyone that comes out will be educated and will walk away with knowledge that can be applied to future angling adventures. Customized trips are also available.
5 hour trip (half-day): $500
7 hour trip (full-day): $650
Half Day/Night (7 hours) $650
Full Day/Night (9 Hours) $800
Rates are based on up to 2 people (add $50 for a 3rd person)
Member since August 2015
Captain Mike is a Connecticut native who has been fishing the waters of New England his entire life. Captain Mike’s angling pursuits have also taken him across the country and internationally, fishing in fresh and saltwater for everything from largemouth bass to giant bluefin tuna. In addition to being an accomplished captain, he is an avid surfcaster and feels right at home plying rocky shorelines in a wetsuit.
Captain Mike is an innovative angler, constantly applying new techniques to up his fishing game, and his enthusiasm and passion for the sport are contagious. Captain Mike is a United States Coast Guard OUPV Licensed Captain and graduated from Southern Connecticut State University with Bachelors’ and Masters’ Degree in Education.
Usually this boat operates around Milford, CT.
Explore the Western Long Island Sound - the area from New Haven, CT west to City Island and the Throgs Neck Bridge. There are plenty of things to do in Oyster Bay and the neighboring harbors on both the NY and CT side - try one of our Long Island fishing charters, or indulge yourself at one of the waterfront restaurants in Stamford or Greenwich, CT. Go for an Oyster Bay sailing leisure trip, or plan a sunset cruise in Northport Harbor past the Willie K. Vanderbilt estate.