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  1. Winner of Hudson Angler Shark Tournament! We give 100% to make sure you have an enjoyable, safe & successful trip. We are experienced, dedicated & consistent. Sailing from TheBay Park Fishing Station, Oceanside, New York

  2. About the Captain • Captain Nick Savene has been successfully commercial fishing and chartering Long Island's South Shore for since 1986! He has held a U.S. Coast Guard license over 30 years. He is an accomplished lecturer and very patient instructor of angling techniques in his area. He eats, sleeps, and breathes fishing every day of his life. His crew also shares his passion and enthusiasm.

  3. Press Reviews • " Nick Savene rattles off the different ways he has caught striped bass this year and he sounds a little like Bubba, the character from "Forest Gump," listing all the ways he cooks shrimp. • By the time the trip was over, it was the clients whose eyes were wide staring at a cooler filled with a fluke, a few bass, several bluefish and an almost obscene amount of weakfish."

  4. Prices • Blues Bass (3/4 Day) • $700 - $750 • Blues Bass (Full Day) • $850 • Shark • $900 - $1350 • Tuna • $1500 - $1600 • Canyon Overnight • $2700 • Canyon Day Trip • $1850 • Striped Bass - Bay - 1/2 Day • $600 • Fluke - Bay - 1/2 Day • $550 • Fluke - Ocean - Full Day • $800 • Blackfish (Full Day) • $850 • Customized Trips & Sea Burials • Inquire • Gratuity for mate not included in above rates (20% customary)Special Rates for 1 or 2 man split trips, 1/2 & 3/4 day trips • Rates subject to change without notice due to fluctuating fuel prices • Weather decisions are entirely up to the captains discretion.

  5. What to Bring • Old Sneakers, deck shoes or rubber boots preferred as footwear. Dress according to season, remember in early spring it will be cooler on the water (dress in layers). Skin protection is very important when fishing offshore, so have a good sunscreen, hat & sunglasses. • Thank you! - Captain Nick