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Charter Fishing

 
Charter Charter
Consumers have a choice when deciding on a charter fishing trip and we wanted to point out what makes AllPro Fishing Charters different. We not only want to put you on the fish‚ but want to provide you the best on–water–experience:
  • Experienced Captains
  • We are set up for the no-nonsense hardcore game fisherman or the family crusaders who are seeking a great time while getting a tight line.
  • Best Boats on the market‚ including Boston Whaler and Contender. Our boats are equipped beyond the regulated safety requirements and provide a clean functional head (toilet) to make each trip comfortable.
  • Hi-Tech brand equipment by Garmin and Raymarine including Sonars‚ LiveVu Systems‚ Radar‚ FLIR Night Vision.
  • New and regularly updated Equipment from Shimano‚ Penn‚ Okuma‚ and Avet.
  • We are where the fish are: Great South Bay‚ Long Island Sound‚ Shinnecock‚ Montauk‚ Jamaica Bay‚ Hudson River‚ Canyon Trips
  • Fish Guarantee. If your trip doesn’t land a fish then we will discount any future AllPro purchase 20% or donate $100.00 to Make a Wish Foundation.
  • We always provide ice cold water and on full day trips‚ a menu of snack items free of charge.
  • AllPro Kiss and Release Program. We are advocates for conservation of our waters and the fishing industry. We encourage all clients to release their catch. We will provide a free photo of you and your fish‚ with measurements‚ memorialized in a digital format.
Call an AllProSpecialist‚ toll free 1–844 Go–AllPro or 1–844–462–5577 book now
  These species are mostly targeted around Long Island and the Metro NY and New Jersey areas.
Bluefin Tuna

Bluefin Tuna

The Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnusthynnus) is a species of tuna in the family Scombridae. It is variously known as the northern bluefin tuna. For those tunas that exceed 330lbs, they are considered as the Giant bluefin tuna which are featured by the hit show Wicked Tuna.

Yellowfin Tuna

Yellowfin Tuna

The yellowfin tuna is among the larger tuna species, reaching weights over 400 lb, but is significantly smaller than the Atlantic Bluefin tuna, which can reach over 990 lb, and slightly smaller than the bigeye tuna and the southern bluefin tuna. The second dorsal fin and the anal fin, as well as the finlets between those fins and the tail, are bright yellow, giving this fish its common name.

Bigeye Tuna

Bigeye Tuna

Can grow up to 8 feet in length. Maximum weight of individuals probably exceeds 400 lb, with the all-tackle angling record standing at 392 lb. They are large, deep-bodied, streamlined fish with large heads and eyes. The pectoral fins are very long, reaching back beyond the start of the second dorsal fin in juveniles and the space between the first and second dorsal fin in adults. They have 13 or 14 dorsal spines.

Swordfish

Swordfish

They are a popular sportsfish of the billfish category, though elusive. Swordfish are elongated, round-bodied, and lose all teeth and scales by adulthood. These fish are found widely in tropical and temperate parts of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans, and can typically be found from near the surface to a depth of 1,800 ft. They commonly reach 9.8 ft in length, and the maximum reported is14.9 ft in length and 1,430 lbs in weight

Marlin

Marlin

A marlin is a fish from the family Istiophoridae, which includes about 10 species. It has an elongated body, a spear-like snout or bill, and a long, rigid dorsal fin which extends forward to form a crest. Atlantic blue marlin, which can reach 16.4 ft in length and 1,803 lbs in weight[3] and the black marlin, which can reach in excess of 16.4 ft in length and 1,480 lbs in weight.

Mahi Mahi

Mahi Mahi

This super colored fish has several names depending on where you fish, including Dorado and Dolphinfish. Mahi-mahi can live up to five years, although they seldom exceed four. Females are usually smaller than males. Catches average 15 to 29 lbs.

ShortfinMako

Shortfin Mako

Is a fairly large species of shark. Growth rates appear to be somewhat accelerated in comparison to other species. An average adult specimen measures around 10 ft in length and weigh from 132-298 lbs. The species is sexually dimorphic, with females typically larger than males. Large specimens are known, with a few large, mature females exceeding a length of 12 ft and a weight of 1,260 lbs.

Thresher

Thresher

Named for their exceptionally long, thresher-like heterocercal tail or caudal fins (which can be as long as the total body length), thresher sharks are active predators; the tail is used as a weapon to stun prey. The thresher shark has a short head and a cone-shaped nose. The mouth is generally small, and the teeth range in size from small to large. The common Thresher may reach a length of 20 ft and a weight of over 1,100 lbs.

Striped Bass

Striped Bass

Striped Bass is a typical member of the Moronidae family in shape, having a streamlined, silvery body marked with longitudinal dark stripes running from behind the gills to the base of the tail. Common mature size is 8 to 40 pounds. The largest specimen recorded was 124 pounds, netted in 1896. Striped bass are believed to live for up to 30 years

Weakfish

Weakfish

A medium-large, slender, marine fish, it is found along the east coast of North America. The head and back of this fish are dark brown in color with a greenish tinge. The sides have a faint silvery hue with dusky specks, and the belly is white. The origin of its name is based on the weakness of the mouth muscles, which often cause a hook to tear free, allowing the fish to escape. The weakfish grows to 3 feet in length and 20lbs in weight.

Bluefish

Bluefish

Is the fish with many names, including Tailor in Australia, Elf in South Africa and Shad in KwaZulu-Natal. Bluefish commonly range in size from seven-inch “snappers” to much larger, sometimes weighing as much as 40 lbs

Fluke aka Summer Flounder

Fluke aka Summer Flounder

Fluke aka Summer Flounder is a member of the large-tooth flounder family Paralichthyidae. There are typically 5 to 14 ocellated (eye-like) spots on the body. Like most members of the left-eye flounders, they can change the color and pattern of their dark side to match the surrounding bottom and are also capable of rapidly burrowing into muddy or sandy bottoms. The teeth are quite sharp and well developed on both upper and lower jaws. The average summer flounder reach sexual maturity at 2 years and weighs 1 to 3 pounds, typically 15 to 20 inches in length, though they may grow as large as 26 pounds and live up to 20 years with females making up the largest and oldest specimens

Black Sea Bass

Black Sea Bass

Black Sea Bass is an exclusively marine grouper more commonly in northern than in southern ranges. It is a great recreational fish that spends most of their time at the bottom of the bays and ocean, mostly around structure. Black Sea Bass grow up to 20 inches and to 10lbs, although most fall in the range of 12-17 inches and under 5lbs.

Tautog or Blackfish

Tautog or Blackfish

Tautog or Blackfish are brown and dark olive, with white blotches, and have plump, elongated bodies. They have an average weight of 1 to 3 lbs and reach a maximum size of 3 ft, and 28.8 lbs. Tautog has many adaptations to life in and around rocky areas. They have thick, rubbery lips and powerful jaws. The backs of their throats contain a set of teeth resembling molars. Together, these are used to pick and crush prey such as mollusks and crustaceans. Their skin also has a rubbery quality with a heavy slime covering, which helps to protect them when swimming among rocks.

Blue Claw Crabs

Blue Claw Crabs

Can grow up to 9’’ in width, point to point, but in most cases are 6½ ’’ or less in size. Males and females are easily distinguished by the shape of the abdomen (known as the “apron”) and by color differences in the claws. The abdomen is long and slender in males, but wide and rounded in mature females. An easy way to tell the sexes apart is to remember that the male’s apron is shaped like the Washington Monument, while the mature females resembles the dome of the United States Capitol.Claw color differences are more subtle than apron shape. The immovable, fixed finger of the claws in males is blue with red tips, while females have orange coloration with purple tips.

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