- 257 Ratings
Ocean City Ten-Hour Deep Sea Fishing Trip
Cast your line on this deep sea fishing adventure aboard a 65 foot cruiser. Reel in black sea bass, flounder and many other tasty catches.
What You Will Do
- Cruise out into the open sea aboard The Angler, a spacious fishing boat where you cast your line and reel in flounder, sea bass, tautog and bluefish
- Gain important knowledge and expertise from your friendly crew, who takes you to a great fishing spot and teaches you technique that can help you land a prize catch
- Prepare for your journey without worry as bait, rod, and reel will be on board and ready to use
- Trip on the Angler
- Rod, reel, tackle and bait
- Experienced Crew
Parking is available in a lot near The Angler Restaurant. The restaurant can prepare a boxed lunch for you to take on board or you may plan for breakfast there before going out. No fishing license is required for this tour.
- 257 Ratings
This 10 hr trip was very satisfying. I was able to fish for a longer period than usual., giving me the ability to catch my limit . Captain Chris and his crew as usual, are always there to assist if needed. I rate this trip 5 stars. We caught some really nice big sea bass. Captain Chris was on point this trip around. Thank you captain Chris.👍🏼
Chris, I always have fun aboard the Angler. Fishing could have been a little better but that's fishing. See ya'll again soon.
Had a very good day out on 12/22. Got a limit of nice SeaBass, a Flounder, and a bunch of Bluefish. Captain Chris did a great job putting us on fish and Rich did a great job keeping the deck running smoothly.
Captain Chris and crew made the effort, but unfortunately the "Ocean Wind Gods" did not cooperate. Forecasted winds of 10 - 15 knots were more like 20 - 25 knots with higher gusts. This limited both our trip out (by ~ 10 miles) as well as our stay. However, all was made well in the end as Captain Chris issued "Full Fare Rain Checks" for another 10-hour trip ... which I plan to utilize this Thursday, November 30th. My frustration here is certainly not with the accommodations as provided by the Angler and/or Crew, but more specifically with forces of Mother Nature and what seems to be the never ending winds. In closing, I do have a question ...How does one apply the "Rain Check" if purchasing on-line? Thanks & Best Regards, Mark G. Schwendeman
Had a great time as always and look forward to the next trip!!!