Montauk Sport Fishing Charter Service offer inshore and offshore fishing charters on the waters surrounding Montauk, NY. Family fun, corporate outings, and experienced fisherman will enjoy this multi-tournament winning boat and crew. Captain Rob Aaronson is a year-round fisherman who has worked in nearly every fishery on the East Coast.
The “Oh Brother” is a 40’ custom boat, which is powered by an 800 HP Cat engine that can bring it to top speeds of 18 knots. With its spacious interior and large back deck, it can comfortably accommodate up to six anglers on day trips or four guests on overnight trips. The boat comes equipped with a GPS, fishfinder, radar, VHF radio, enclosed flybridge, fighting chair, outriggers, downriggers, center rigger, livewell, as well as an onboard toilet.
Whether you embark on an offshore adventure targeting Tuna, Marlin, Mahi Mahi, Swordfish, or Shark, or prefer to stay close to shore to try your luck with Cod, Striped Bass, Fluke, Black Seabass, Porgy and more, the crew will be there to run you through the best methods to reel in each species. Techniques include fishing with light and heavy tackle, bottom fishing, trolling, drift fishing, kite fishing and even fly fishing.
Trips include rods, reels, tackle, lures, and catch cleaning and packaging at the end of the day. From Fluke to giant Tuna, half and full day trips to overnight adventures, this is the Charterboat for you. They do not specialize but catch everything, and are one of New York’s most popular fishing boats for over 30 years. Come and see why for yourselves!
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Custom (Downeast) построена в 1988, обновлена в 2017. Мотор – 800HP Cat мотор, максимальная крейсерная скорость – 18 узлов.
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