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Fishing Charter On 42ft "Jodie Kae" Head Boat In Wanchese, North Carolina

Head Boat
42 ft
6 Guests

About This Fishing Charter

Experience the thrill of fishing in Wanchese, North Carolina for as low as $$150 per hour (minimum of 2 hours).

Rates:

• 4 Hours: $475
• 2 Hours: $300

What To Expect Onboard:

During the 4-hour charter, an equal amount of time is allotted to both fishing crab pots and pulling the net for shrimp. This is our most popular charter, as it provides the most time for both activities. For the 2-hour charter, you may choose either shrimping or crabbing for the duration of the charter.

What To Expect Onboard:

The "Jodie Kae" is a 42' custom-built dead-rise work boat with a 430 horsepower Cummins diesel. She is outfitted with an enclosed toilet and shaded awning for your convenience. We offer 2 and 4-hour charters. Rates are for an entire party of up to 6 people. Both activities provide a very hands-on experience; you and your family will be catching, sorting, and directly interacting with all of the marine life you encounter! For the 2-hour charter, you may choose either shrimping or crabbing for the duration of the charter.

What To Bring

• Drinks
• Snacks
• Sunscreen
• Cooler

Details

  • Type: Head Boat
  • Capacity: 6 People
  • Rental Minimum: 2 hours
  • Length: 42 ft
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 5 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Frequently Asked Questions:

Why 6 Passengers?

As with most charter vessels, we are licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard to carry a maximum of 6 passengers per charter.

When Is Charter Season?

The primary charter season runs from Memorial Day weekend through the month of October. Crabbing charters are also possible during the spring months.

Do We Keep What We Catch?

Yes! All shrimp, crabs, & legal finfish are yours to keep.

How Much Can We Expect To Catch?

We usually have a good catch of crabs on our trips; shrimping, however, is far less predictable, and the catch will vary depending on both season and time of day.

What Is The Difference Between The 2 Hour Trip & The 4 Hour Trip?

In short, the 4-hour trip means more time on the water, and therefore more catch. Some parties have been concerned that their younger children may become bored on the longer trip, but this has yet to occur. There is plenty of activity to keep everyone’s interest for the duration of the 4-hour trip, but the 2-hour trip is available for those who prefer it.

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Toilet
  • Inboard Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Berth

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Meet Capt. Marc

Capt. Marc

From Wanchese, NC

Member Since Jul 2015

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