Whether you’re looking for the reel-screaming thrill of fighting a trophy-sized fish or you want to provide your family a relaxing day spent outdoors, PrimeTime Fishing Charters has a trip for you! Captain Karl McKenna will put you on the hottest bite in the waters of New Jersey.
You’ll fish from a 20’ Grady White walkaround, built in 1990. She’s proven the quality of her build time again and again and still takes anglers with the same gusto as the day she was launched. She can handle 2 anglers and the captain at the same time. The engine is a 200 HP Yamaha outboard that’ll get you to your fishing grounds quickly.
Capt. Karl will provide you with the equipment and instruction for a wide range of fishing techniques. You’ll do bottom fishing, trolling, jigging, spinning, and drift fishing with conventional or fly rods. You should bring your own fly rods, though.
This mix of techniques is there for a reason; there’s a great variety of species to target. Striped Bass, Flounder, Tautog, Ling, Bluefish, Scup, Mahi Mahi, and whatever else you run into can be hooked up.
Remember to pack a cooler for your catch, the captain will clean and fillet your fish free of charge. Fishing licenses aren’t needed, the captain’s license will cover you.
Explore the waters of New Jersey the right way. Book a trip with PrimeTime Fishing Charters and cast off on a fishing adventure!
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Grady White (Walkaround) originally built in 1990. Powered by a 200HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 25 knots.
Types of Fishing
Customers can cancel or modify their booking up to 1 day before the trip date free of charge. If the trip is canceled or modified later, or in the event of a no-show, 100% of the deposit will be charged.
Highlands Fishing Calendar
Too sloppy in the ocean this morning so we stayed in the bay until it calmed a bit. Ran into a big school of weakfish and it was drop and reel all morning. Most under legal size but managed… Read Full Report →