Stripers, albies, and bluefish, oh my!
There aren't many places in the world where you turn the corner of a beautiful cliff lighthouse with the potential of seeing an acre of fish busting on the surface. Montauk is one of those special places. In the mid to late Autumn, the striped bass migration pauses at the eastern edge of Long Island, NY to feed on baitfish that congregate around Montauk Point. This picturesque destination is only made better when you find out that bluefish and false albacore also make an appearance to gorge on this Fall fish feast.
This is a unique fishery - striped bass feed heavily within sight of the shoreline and stacked into the coves. The false albacore make their appearances earlier in the season as well as closer to first light. If you're lucky, you can catch both albies and stripers and complete a Montauk Slam by landing some of the 10+ pound bluefish that will also cash in on the protein-rich free meal in this "drinking town with a fishing problem."
Charters include 6 hours of fishing. If you opt to keep a fish, your captain will clean your catch and escort you into town to a restaurant that will prepare your fish for you in the culinary style of your choosing.
If you're interested, please e-mail us for details.