Planning a trip is a very exciting experience. There are many things you can do to make the most out of any fishing trip or dinner charter.
The sun is a major factor during a day on the water. The reflection of sunlight off the water and decks of most boats tends to double the sun's intensity compared to a day on land. Sunscreen is very important as well as some type of hat. Sunglasses are essential and polarized lenses help to reduce glare from the water's surface. Lightweight long-sleeve shirts and pants are becoming popular forms of sun protection.
If you are even slightly susceptible to sea sickness, we suggest that you consider some sort of remedy. For most people, over-the-counter medications, such as Dramamine, seems to work fine. A popular trick is to take a dose prior to bedtime the night before, followed by an additional dose before departure (effectiveness is greatly reduced if you wait until symptoms appear). As with any medications, please consult a physician first. Other remedies include ginger ale and pressure bands worn on the wrist.
If you plan to document your trip, don't forget to bring your camera and video equipment. We have dry storage on the boat.
Any legal fish you catch are yours. We will clean and bag your catch for you. We advise you on current size and catch limits as well as conservation ethics. Once you have reached your limit of a certain species, tell us if you want to keep fishing for catch and release fun or move on to another species.