Enjoy Fishing in Scarborough, England with Captain Nick
Enjoy Scarborough, England by boat! Go fishing in Scarborough, England on 35 ft "Skylark" Carvel Trawler for £550 GBP per day. Boat comes with fishing gear, bait and tackle. Skylark is a spacious boat made from wood and has sturdy design which is able to cope with all weather conditions. Skylark's deep draft and heavy build makes her a stable and comfortable Platform. Skylark is also fitted with plenty of seating. around the sides and engine. we also have a bait and filleting station for our customers and crew to use. Boat Specifications: - 35 ft carvel built Vessel - Powered by a 6 cylinder Diesel engine which cruises comfortably at 8 Knots. - 12 anglers and 2 crew and can travel up to 20 miles. - Portable Toilet onboard Skylark is equipped with a many chart plotters one on a 19 inch screen, GPS, Sonar, (giving pin-point accuracy when locating wrecks or prominent fish holding features) DSC radio with AIS, Radar, and full safety equipment. We have a hydrolic capstan winch fitted, for quick removal of the anchor. Skylark is also fitted with plenty of seating. around the sides and engine. we also have a bait and filleting station for our customers and crew to use. Prices: • Private Hire: £550 GBP/day (8 hours) • 3 Hour Trips: £25 GBP for an adult with use of rods, reels tackle and Bait Provided. £20 GBP for a under 16 year old with use of rods, reels tackle and Bait Provided. • 6 hour Trips: £40 GBP Per Angler with use of rods, reels tackle and Bait Provided. £35 GBP for anglers using their own rods, reels, tackle and bait. • 8 hour Trips: £45 GBP per person using thier own rods reels tackle and bait. Rods reels tackle and bait can be included at additional cost. • 10 hour trips: £55 GBP per person using thier own rods reels tackle and bait. Rods reels tackle and bait can be included at additional cost. Deposit: - £60 GBP for charter - £5 GBP per person for trips Fishing: • Winter Inshore Fishing: As the water temperature drops towards the end September and into October, the Cod start to migrate inshore to feed and eventually spawn before moving off to alternative feeding grounds in early spring.The rough ground marks along the North Yorkshire Coastline, all draw and hold Big Cod in the Winter months. • Summer Rough Ground Fishing: When the water clears up we can use artificial like wreck fishing to fish the inshore rough ground. Luckily for Scarborough we have a large amount of inshore rock, scars and gullies. which are ideal cod and Pollock grounds. The ground around offers some excellent fishing, and on occasions can fish better than the wrecks but tackle losses due to snagging can be high, even in calm weather and a placid sea. • Wreck Fishing: Close to Scarborough are many old ship wrecks, mainly ships that were sunk in the war, and some old trawlers. These wrecks can produce good Cod, Ling, Pollock, and many other fish. We have 24 Wreck within 5 nm of Scarborough, some we can even use on our 3 hour trips when weather and tides are correct. We also have 80 wrecks within 10 nm of Scarborough. • Fishing With Shads: Over the last few years more and more anglers are choosing to fish with shads. We have found them to work effectively on the rough ground inshore as well as the Wrecks. When the water clears they can be absolutely deadly for cod and pollack. Using Shads to catch fish involves using relatively light tackle. We normally use between an 8 oz to a 12 oz lead to get the shad to the bottom. • Rays and fishing Clean Ground: All rays are slow moving bottom species, reserving energy and taking time to glide over the sea bed with a gentle flap of their wings, seeking live or dead food. Rays are a cartilaginous fish, which in normal speak means they have a skeleton consisting mostly of cartilage, not bone, and this is what relates them to their relatives the sharks. • Mackerel Fishing: When the Mackerel arrive in Scarborough during the summer (normally late June to August) we can target them for a short while as part of your trip. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is optional.
- You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
- 12 guests
- Powerboats, Pontoons, & RIBs
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Fishing gear
- Fish Finder
- Wheel steering
- Inboard Engine
- CD Player
- Chart Plotter
- Single Engine
- Fuel type: Diesel
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 7 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
Cancellation Policy: - If cancelled 7 days prior to departure, full amount will be refunded. - If cancelled less than 7 days prior to departure, £60 GBP will be charged. - If cancelled 1 day prior to departure, no refund. Frequently Asked Questions: • Your Catch You do keep all that you catch aboard the boat. We will try our best to give you a good days sport. If you don''t like gutting and cleaning fish then just ask and we will do it. We must hasten to add that it is illegal to sell any fish you have caught to try and cover the cost of your trip. • Filleting: If you want your catch filleting then I can do this for you ( at cost ! ) Please let me know well before we are due to set off for home and I will do it when we dock.If you are staying overnight at Scarborough and have no where to store your fish we have a warehouse with freezers available you can pick you catch up the next day if were not allready at sea. Please Arranger with the skipper when you book so we can make sure we have enough room and can arrange a collection time. • Clothing: The sea is alot more exposed than land so always come in adeqet clothing and footware, we recomend all anglers bring waterproofs even if it is not forcast to rain as forcasts can be wrong and if the wind picks up the sea can generate alot of spray. During the winter months a wooly hat is a must and during the summer we recommend all anglers have sunglasses, a cap and suntan lotion as the suns rays are magnified by the sea.