Trip Rates

Miss Chris & Lady Chris pricing 2016.


May to October
Half Day Fishing Cape May, NJ


Fishing Half Day 4 Hour
The Early Riser is a Family Fishing favorite, leaving the afternoon open for the beach.

$45.00 Per Adult
$30.00 Per Child Age 12 and Under
$5.00 Rod Rental

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Fishing Half Day 4 Hour
The afternoon can be less crowded and provides a different tide than the morning.

$45 Per Adult
$30.00 Per Child Age 12 and Under
$5.00 Rod Rental

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Fishing Half Night 4 Hour
Limited availability - must call ahead.

$45.00 Per Adult
$30.00 Per Child Age 12 and Under
$5.00 Rod Rental

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March to May Half Day
Stripers and Drum


Striped Bass and Drum
Half Day Fishing aboard the Miss Chris. These spring trips will focus on Striped Bass and Drum Fish along with Bluefish and Dogfish in Delaware Bay, but will include Sea Bass and Flounder along with Kingfish, Weakfish, and other species as the season progresses. Its a great time to go fishing.

Adults $45

Kids $30

Rod Rental $5

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Evening Drum Trip
Half the evening to enjoy some of the best fishing Cape May County has to offer.

$50 Adults

$35 Kids

$7.00 Rod Rental

Clams included for Bait

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Group Discounts

Start at ten passengers with deposit.
Spring and Fall Private Charter Available

You may bring a group on Open Boat of 10 people or more and recieve a bigger Discount. Just Call ahaead with details and make a deposit with Credit Card.

You may also Privately Charter the whole boat.

Lady Chris Private Charter Rates

6 Hour Fall Charter Special
$600 for first 10 passengers or less
$60 Each Additional passenger over 10

8 Hour Charter in Spring
$800 (for first 10 passengers, or less)
$60 per person (beyond first 10 passengers)

Sea Burial 2 hours
$600 Up To 20 people $30 Each Additional Can include buffet for $20 Each

Private Party 2 hours
$800 Up to 20 people $30 Each Additional up to 49
Add an hour $350

4 Hour Summer Charter
Monday thru Thursday: $800 for first 20 passengers $50 Each Additional
Fri, Sat, & Sun $1000 for first 20 passengers $50 Each Additional

6 Hour Summer Charter June thru SeptĀ 
Monday - Thursday: $1000 (for first 20 passengers) $60 Each Additional
Fri, Sat & Sun: $1250 (for first 20 passengers) $60 Each Additional

8 Hour Summer Charter June thru Sept
Monday-Thursday: $1200 for first 20 passengers $65 Each Additional
Fri, Sat, & Sun $1500 for the first 20 passengers and $65 Each Additional

6 Hour Fall Charter October to December
Monday - Thursday: $600 (for first 10 passengers) $60 Each Additional
Fri, Sat & Sun: $800 (for first 10 passengers) $60 Each Additional

8 Hour Fall Charter October to December
Monday - Thursday: $800 (for first 10 passengers) $65 Each Additional
Fri, Sat & Sun: $1000 (for first 10 passengers) $65 Each Additional

Inquire about Private Charters
Ask for Captain Jeff

(609) 602-9048

Fishing Seasons

March thru April

The cool waters of the winter begin to warm as spring takes place in Cape May, New Jersey. As the Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean come back to life, many species are on the move. For years, Mackerel fishing was a staple of this spring fishing, along with Taug and Sea Bass. Closures to Sea Bass have made fishing in the spring increasingly difficult. Stay tuned for what is open and available according to Federal and State of New Jersey Laws.


With Spring in full gear, the waters around Wildwood, Stone Harbor, Cape May and the Villas become teeming with fish. To the North in Delaware Bay, Striped Bass become prevalent, as Drum Fishing begin to take hold on the Southern Bay both in Delaware and New Jersey. Sea Bass opens along with Summer Flounder, and the end of the month signals the unofficial start of the Summer Season in Cape May, NJ.


Drumfish and Fluke are the staple fish of June for the last few years out of Cape May. Just outside Cape May canal has been great for big Drum, though that can change quickly. Look for flounder up Delaware Bay, in the back bays and starting to show on inshore areas off of the Wildwoods. Sea Bass also make a showing on inshore wrecks and the wreck fishing can be very good.

July and August

With Summer upon us in Cape May and Wildwood, the waters heat up with fish and boats alike. Independence Day Fourth of July Fireworks kick off the festivities of summer. Fluke, Weakfish, Kingfish and Croakers can all be found with increasing frequency. The mixed bag fishing is the way to go for family fun. Whether it's father and son or the whole family both the morning and afternoon trips provide action for all. Our evening trip sees a lot of Kingfish and croaker activity for New Jersey Species


Often this is the best month to get out on the water in Cape May, NJ. Less boat traffic, same summer temps and many species to target. Flounder, weakfish, croakers, kingfish, Bluefish and others round out the mix off Wildwood, Stone Harbor and Sea Isle City. Some of the biggest Flounder of the Season can be found off of Cape May as the Season comes to an end.


The start of fall can lead to big changes in fishing off of Wildwood and Cape May. The waters are still warm, and weather can be an issue. However the end of the month leads to Sea Bass opening along with the first Striped Bass reports up Delaware Bay. Tuna can be found in the deep offshore canyons along with Tilefish and Giant Sea Bass. These offshore trips are reserved for the heartiest offshore anglers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York.


Sea Bass fishing continues into this month offshore on wrecks and Taug fishing or blackfish opens allowing for more varied targeting of different wrecks along with the Wildwood, Cape May and Delaware artificial reefs. Striped Bass fishing becomes more regular in the Cape May Rips, along with areas along the coast as far North as Atlantic City, NJ. The offshore trips continue to target Blueline and Golden Tile along with Giant Sea Bass, Cod, Ling, Yellowfin Tuna and other denizens of the deep.


With offshore fishing in high gear, inshore waters cool around Cape May and off of Lewes Delaware and the Striper shows up in big numbers. The larger schools from the north off of Atlantic Highlands, Seaside Heights and Mannasquan, Point Pleasant, and Barnegat and Long Beach Island make their annual appearance in Delaware Bay, in the Cape May Rips, on the Shoals along Wildwood and Stone Harbor and Avalon. Sea Bass are available till the end of the month along with Taug.

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