Half Day

Our Half Day trip is a 5-hour excursion, fishing the most productive waters in the world. During this charter it is common to catch multiple species including Fluke, Sea Bass, Porgies, Striped Bass, Bluefish, and many more. We can custom tailor your charter depending on your preference, fishing experience, and weather conditions. You can choose either a morning half-day trip or an afternoon half-day trip. We are committed to providing anglers the best charter experience possible.


Full Day

Our Full Day charter offers anglers a chance at catching the fish of a lifetime. Often fishing through a full tide ensures that your lines will come tight with multiple species and you will go home with a cooler of fish. If the plan is to target one species of fish the Captain and crew will be able to run the coast or head offshore to the many wrecks and reefs. The possibilities are endless with a full-day trip and will ensure a memorable charter experience.


Night Bass

Our Night Bass charter is one of our most popular charter trips due to the monster Striped Bass fishery that exists in the waters off Montauk. Heading out to the famous waters off Montauk at night is always a thrill and Captain Lou specializes in Night Striped Bass trips using live eels. If you are seeking to catch a fish of a lifetime or land a monster Striped Bass to take a photo and release it, then our Night Bass charter is for you. These charters are planned based on the tide, so the Captain will discuss the departure time to maximize your opportunity to land a trophy Striped Bass.


Kids Trips

Are you looking for a fun and memorable activity to do with kids? Then our Kids Trip is for you. This trip is designed to introduce children to fishing and give them a fun day on the water. You will spend 4 hours in the calm inshore waters off Montauk’s famous shores. During this trip we seek to provide young anglers with lots of fish-catching action, a fun time, and a memorable experience. Departure and return times are flexible to meet your needs. Bring your camera to capture these moments!


Sunset/Lighthouse Cruise

Our Sunset Lighthouse Cruise runs from 6:00 to 9:00pm and is designed to be a 4-hour early evening trip leaving out of Montauk Harbor and cruising to the famous Montauk lighthouse.


Once you have decided on a trip date a 10% deposit is required to make a reservation. Payments can be made by credit card, PayPal, or check.

You should plan to bring food and drinks, however please no glass containers or bottles. Sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat are also recommended. Also bring a cooler for your catch.   

All rod and reels, bait, and tackle are included. Rain gear will also be provided should we encounter unexpected rain. All legal fish caught belong to the customer and will be cleaned and filleted upon returning to the dock.

Depending on the season it is recommended to wear layers. You can always remove a layer! Also please do not wear black sole shoes. It can be difficult to remove these marks. 

Yes! We encourage introducing children to fishing and welcome children of all ages. New York State regulations require all children under the age of 12 to wear a life jacket and these will be provided.

Fishing regulations are set each season by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservations. Here is the link to the current size limit and number of fish allowed.

We understand cancellations can occur for a variety of reasons. Charters cancelled within 48 hours prior to the scheduled trip are eligible for a refund of the deposit. Captain Lou always makes our customers’ safety the main priority. Sea conditions can change quickly, so there can be times when the seas may be safe to navigate but are too uncomfortable to have a fun time. With all charters Captain Lou will monitor the weather and make sure to discuss conditions with you a few days prior. If we can’t sail due to the weather the trip will be rescheduled for another day or a deposit will be refunded.

Yes. If you choose to bring alcohol please drink responsibly and bring cans rather than glass bottles. As safety is our main priority the Captain recommends moderation, and reserves the right to cancel the trip should an angler be too drunk or a danger to themselves or others.