Tangier Sound Charter Fishing

This is our most requested and popular Charter trip. Our Guests quickly understand we are not your typical Charter Boat experience. Our boat is equipped with twin 200 horse power engines and we are faster than most Charter Boats. We will cover more water to put our Guests on the fish. Our promise is to give our Guests a great day on the water.

Cost is $800 per charter for Tangier Sound Charter Fishing Guide - All Year

Final Payment

  • Final payment by check or cash at the dock prior to launching as that is when the final Go – No Go decision is made by the Captain based upon the weather conditions at the dock and the forecast for the rest of the day

How many guests?

  • 4 Guest maximum per Charter Fishing Trip

What is included?

  • All fishing equipment – rods, reels, lures, tackle & bait
  • Fishing licenses
  • Fish cleaning services and baggies for your catch
  • Life safety equipment as required by the US Coast Guard

How long Can you expect to be on the water?

  • Each charter is approximately 7 hours dock to dock

Where and What Can you Expect to Catch?

  • Lower Maryland Bay (Potomac River to Choptank River) – rockfish, speckled trout, weakfish, red drum, cobia, perch, spot, bluefish & spanish mackerel
  • Virginia Portion of the Chesapeake Bay – rockfish, speckled trout, weakfish, red drum, cobia, sharks, perch & spot


  • Captain and Guest will agree where to meet based upon what our guest want to catch and how far our guest are willing to travel

Meeting time

  • Captain will recommend a time to meet based upon updated catch reports and tide charts

What to bring? The L & T is an open deck (center console) boat. Be prepared if the weather/wind changes during the course of the day

  • Your cooler filled with food & beverage
  • Good set of Foul Weather Gear (waterproof jacket & pants)
  • Sunscreen, hats, hand towel(s) and good deck shoes
  • Extra cooler for your catch

We provide our Guest with “Top of the line Equipment” specifically matched to what we are fishing for and where. For Light Tackle Fishing we use St. Croix Rods paired with Shimano Spinning Reels spooled with 20lb test braided line with a fluorocarbon leader. Expect to use the techniques of jigging lures (artificial baits) or cut bait or live lining spot, perch or eels. I want my Guest to feel the subtle strike of the fish along with the head shakes and the tug of war with the final reward of winning the battle to land the fish.

For the bigger fish (red drum and cobia) we are well equipped with a combination of conventional reels and heavy duty spinning reels spooled with 80lbs test braided line. We do not plan to lose a fish on the line.