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When selecting a Barnegat Fishing Charter, look for a captain with knowledge of fishing local waters.
Captain Tom has been fishing Barnegat Bay and surrounding waters for over 30 years. The 28 ft. vessel, Reel Chaos, is a 2014 Regulator Center Console with a full head. Whether inshore, offshore, sunset cruise past Barnegat Light House or even your favorite waterfront restaurant, be assured that you and your family will reach your destination comfortably, safely, and in style.
We are centrally located leaving out of our home port of Forked River New Jersey, minutes from beautiful Barnegat Bay and Barnegat Inlet. This location allows us to fish many productive areas north and south. From Manasquan Inlet to Little Egg Harbor and covering all waters in between and around Long Beach Island (LBI).
Captain Tom offers custom charters aboard Reel Chaos which is the perfect boat for inshore or offshore fishing. Capt Tom offers fishing trips for the professional to the novice fishermen and for the youngest anglers, it is an opportunity to have the time of their lives. With our inshore reefs and ocean lumps playing host to fluke, sea bass, weakfish/sea trout, blackfish, striped bass, and croakers. Our Offshore waters offer bluefish, tuna, bonita, false albacore, mahi mahi, and some MONSTER SHARKS.
Our services and ability to customize any maritime event set us apart from any other charter service. We also can arrange pick up on the island (LBI) for your convenience. Full & Half Day charters are available. Take time to browse our site. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us anytime.
WE FIND`EM, YOU WIND`EM......
Spring Striped Bass...2014...Its never to early to book a trip!
We were out today hitting the Striped Bass. Leaving out of Barnegat Inlet it was a beautiful day. We started the day by trolling north along Island Beach State Park in about 35ft to 40ft of water. It was slow pickins, we trolled up to about the bathing beach when we decided to move out to deeper water. We were in about 65ft when things picked up. The umbrella rigs were getting hit hard all fish were about 12 to 18 pounds. The bass were good average size for the Fall. See you guys at all the up coming shows.
As winter moves in its time to close the book to another great season. Tackle and gear are put away for another year. But before you put your fishing tackle away until spring, make sure that it sufficiently winterized. Doing so can not only extend the life of your equipment, it can save you preparation time in a few months when the days get longer and warmer, the sun a little higher in the sky and the new season is upon us. Here are a few tips on cold weather tackle storage designed to get your gear through the winter in great shape to get back out on the water come springtime.