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Here is your chance to book a tuna trip heavily discounted on our already great prices! We will run these promotions until early March.

These deals are good From now 2/3/10 till 3/10/10. To get in on the action, just shoot me an email or gimme' ring to book your prime date! Your deposit must be received by promotions end.

I have received many emails about our "Double" overnighters. Here's the scoop folks. We can do these trips for early season Bluefin/Mako/ and early season canyon Yellowfin. Or we can do a late season canyon chunk looking for Yellowfin/Swords and Billfish if they are still around.

Just give me a yell, and we can go in depth what these trips are all about.

Double overnighters:These trips are normally $3,450.00 for the boat OR $575.00 a Guy.
The Discounted prices will take 10% off the top. Making it $3,060.00 or $510.00 a guy!!! These are great deals for 56-60+ hours on the water.

Canyon overnighters: These are our 30-36+ hour overnight canyon trolling/ chunking trips. Normally these trips are $2,550.00 for the boat
OR $425.00 a guy.
Once again, we will take 10% off the top. Making it $2,280 for the boat OR $380.00 a guy!!!

Overnight Bluefin/ Mako Combo: Same deal as our canyon overnighters. 30-36+hours. We will troll and Jig for Bluefin during the day, and look for a nice Mako during the evening hours. Due to our close Proximity to the southern canyons, this gives us the opportunity for some early season Yellowfin action. If we box our "Over" BFT early, we will run to the edge looking for Yellowfins!
These trips are regularly priced at $2,160 for the boat OR $360.00 a guy.
With the 10% discount it works out to be $1,950.00 for the boat OR $325.00 a guy!!!

Bluefin Day Troll/Jig: These trips are 16-18 hours and we will focus on Trolling for Large Bluefin tuna until we locate them and then beginning jigging. We have the latest in Jigging gear on the market, and it is deadly on them!
Regularly priced at $1,950.00 for the boat OR $325.00 a guy.
With the Discount it is $1,770 for the boat OR $295.00 a guy!!!


Inshore trips:

We will be offering Inshore Drum and Striper trips as well!!!

Drum/ Striper trips: These trips can be anytime of the day, but we favor the evening into night as we feel the bite is better, and the crowds disappear. These trips Normally run 10 hours or better. We will fish for both species if they are around. We carry clam and bunker! The regular Price is $810.00 for the boat or $135.00 a guy.
Discount Price is $720.00 for the boat OR $120.00 a guy.

Striper trips: We will be offering this deal on bookings for both spring and fall bass trips. Trips can be either Morning or evening/Night trips and are all 8-10+ hours!!! Normally priced at $750.00 for the boat OR $125.00 a guy.
These trips will be offered at $660.00 for the boat and $110.00 a guy!!!

For anyone interested in booking for open boats, these rates apply,(Inshore and offshore trips) The trips have to be paid in full by the end of the promotion period. You can just jump on any open boat. I will also call you for any open boat trips we run.


On top of these deals, anyone who does want to book during this promotion, we will offer this same deal if you want to book and leave a deposit for another trip at the end of your trip!

We look forward to fishing with you all this upcoming season, and wish everyone out there a stellar 2010 season! If there are any questions or you need info, just give me a yell, and we can go over anything you may need. We can make just about ANYTHING happen for you!

Thank you,

Capt. Brian and the crew of the "Fish-n-Chip"



* These prices are based on 3.00$ a gal. for fuel, if fuel exceeds that there may be a SMALL surcharge. If fuel drops below 2.00$ the prices will drop!

* All prices include everything, Besides Tip for the Mate(s).
 

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We run out of Matts Landing on the Delaware Bay. Its about 40-45 minutes shy of Cape May coming from Philly. Coming from the north you would get off at exit 17 on the GSP and go through Belleplain state forest...

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Jim, we will get something going on! It was a pleasure fishing with you last year! Make sure you leave the hairless boys home this time :D :eek: :D and bring extra pepperoni and aged sharp Provolone. I'll bring the Pepper shooters :)
 

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hope to get out this year

Hey Brian,

Remember me, I am Tim, we tried to get out a few times toward the end of last season but the weather never quite cooperated. I hope this year will be better and look forward to getting out. When do the bluefins and yellowfins start biting?

Thanks,
Tim
 

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Tim,
We will start fishing for Bluefin probably around the second week of June. I wouldn't expect the bite to get red hot till July though. I would expect to see many fish over 65" and 150#'s and probably more than a few over 70-73" this year!

From that period on, its more than possible to find a troll yellowfin bite in the southern canyons, that sometimes can be epic (Mostly small fish 20-40#, but sometimes bigger 60-80# fish)

If we see a legitimate yellowfin chunking bite this year, it usually starts in late August, and is wide open by the 2nd and 3rd week of Sept. Going through mid / late November some years...

Our best weeks in our logs have always been the second week of Sept. and the 1st and 2nd week of Oct.

Brian
 

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Only a few days left fellas!! I just recieved a bunch of New jigging rods and reels from Kil! You will be using some of the finest gear out right now if your into jigging these big Bluefin :) :thumbsup:
 
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