Captain Chuck's Fishing Charter Service
Catching Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, King Mackerel and more. Spend most of your time fishing, not riding. The gulfstream is only 2 to 3 miles offshore. This area is called Sailfish Alley and for good reason. You curso de comprador on good fishing action all year in the warm gulfstream waters off Palm Beach. December, January, February and March is the prime time for the best sailfish action. And as an added bonus it is WARM. Leave your cold winter home for some sunny Florida Fishing. The rest of the year is good for big King Mackeral and Spanish, as well as Black Fin and Yellow Fin tuna, Wahoo, Blue marlin, White Marlin and always an abundant catch of Barracuda.
We are located 300 yards inside Lake Worth Inlet at Sailfish Marina in Palm Beach Shores, FL on Singer Island, just minutes away from the fish laden Gulf Stream.
Our home port is Carolina Beach, NC
The Gung Ho is a 46' hi-performance Hatteras with all the comforts of home including air conditioning. It is Coast Guard Safety inspected and has all the latest electronics. We also have other boats available!
We have been in the charter fishing business since 1987. You will find a friendly, professional crew to assist you with your reservations and your fishing trip.
Charter Prices for up to 6 people: 1/2 Day (4 hours) $450
Full Day (8 hours) $800
We accept cash, checks, and
We provide everything that you need for fishing (live bait is optional). All you need to bring is what you want to eat and drink. Food packages are also available. We do tournaments too !!
Call or e-mail now if you have any questions, or to check on an available date.
Toll Free 1-800-288-FISH (3474)
our mailing address is:
Captain Chuck's Charter Service
P O Box 2140
Carolina Beach, NC 28428
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