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Babylon
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trips from $600
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5.0 / 5
(23 reviews)
Babylon
trips from $550
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Gilgo-Oak Beach-Captree
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Captree

According to customer reviews, Patty Ann Charters, Fire Island Fishing Charters Llc, and Valhalla Voyages are some of the most popular fishing charters in Captree. Full list of top fishing charters in Captree.

The average Captree fishing trip price for a 4 hour private trip is $596 based on prices on FishingBooker.com.

Patty Ann Charters, Fire Island Fishing Charters Llc, and Valhalla Voyages all received great reviews from families who booked fishing trips in Captree.

The most popular fish species you can target are Striped Bass, Flounder, and Black Seabass. Top fishing techniques include Light Tackle, Spinning, and Bottom Fishing. Inshore fishing, nearshore fishing, and wreck fishing are commonly offered by local guides.

Home to the largest fishing fleet on Long Island, Captree boasts some of the best angling action in New York state. This stunning state park looks out onto productive bays and offers access to the deep waters of the Atlantic. It’s no surprise that there are plenty of Captree fishing charters ready to take you out, and it’s something you must do when you visit!
 
The bays just out of Captree house some of the most sought-after inshore fish in the country. Delicious Flounder, Seabass, Weakfish, Tautog, and Scup rub shoulders with bigger creatures such as Bluefish and monster Striped Bass – who sometimes steal the show. That’s not all, though. Head beyond Fire Island to the deep waters offshore where Sharks, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, and even Marlin can be found.
 
Captree fishing charters cater to anglers of all skill levels and ages. You can find family-friendly half day trips, on which you can also try crabbing. Meanwhile, the more adventurous among you can spend a full day on the water. If you want to go offshore, then you’ll want at least an eight hour trip, if not longer!
 
The main Captree fishing fleet is based right next to the state park’s parking lot, giving you easy access when you cross over from the mainland. However, there are also marinas over on Fire Island, or along the state park towards the big city. If you’re on the mainland, Babylon is a great starting point to explore these rich waters.
 

Rules & Regulations

If you’re fishing aboard a licensed charter, you’ll have everything covered for a productive day out. Your captain’s license will include you, and they’ll be up to date with all the latest bag and size limits.
 
Captree
Excellent
4.7 / 5
Based on 25996 reviews by FishingBooker anglers

January
Most of the boats around Long Island have been stowed away until winter. However, the size of the fleet here means that you’re sure to find a captain on a clear day. Beware, though, most fish will be catch and release.
 
February
The season still feels like a long time away, as the park is deserted and the harbor quiet. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t practice your skills. Catch and release the inshore favorites and warm up!
 
March
There’s a little more life in Captree come March, as the season is just around the corner. Captains start putting the finishing touches to their boats and there’s a flurry of activity, even if most of the inshore fish are off limits.
 
April
Flounder and Striped Bass seasons open on Long Island, meaning that all saltwater anglers are ready to quench their fishing thirst. Get ready to fall in love with fishing again, as you fill your coolers on a productive trip!
 
May
The focus is still on Flounder and Bass as spring threatens to break into summer. Great weather shines down on the island, making for excellent weather conditions for red hot fishing. Get your fill across the bays!
 
June
Seabass and Bluefish start hitting their stride come June, giving you the chance to land a mixed bag on your trip to Captree. Head beyond the inlet, and some big game creatures are biting, too.
 
July
Summer is here and you won’t know where to look! Weakfish join the inshore party, while Flounder, Bass, and Bluefish hit their peak. Offshore, Sharks are chasing Tuna, so there’s plenty for you to target.
 
August
The best conditions of the year make August the perfect time to come down to Captree. Head offshore and do battle with monster Tuna and Mahi Mahi, or get to know the bays, as you go after the usual suspects.
 
September
While the kids may be back in school, there’s no sign of the fish going anywhere. The offshore bite is still strong beyond the inlet, while you can also finally target Tautog, along with Bass, Blues, and Flounder.
 
October
Bluefin Tuna keep the offshore action strong, but the changeable weather means that you’ll need to time your trip right. Inshore, there’s no end to the fun, with Stripers, Bluefish, Seabass, and Tautog everywhere.
 
November
Flounder season may be over, and the bigger offshore vessels are packing up for the season. However, that doesn’t mean that there isn’t great action going on in the bays. Stripers and Tautog keep the party going!
 
December
Most charter operators have packed up for winter, but you may find one or two looking for business in Captree. If you make it out, you’ll have the pick of the fish to yourself, with Stripers and Tautog promising a treat.
 

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