Wasabi Sportfishing 
Offshore Fishing Charters for Tuna, Swordfish, Mahi, and More
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Rates

Call Captain Chris directly at 516-650-1759 to Book a Trip or get more information.

65 Mile "Day" Trip     $1,950  Up to 15 hours
Trolling, jigging, and chunking for Bluefin and Yellowfin tuna, Mahi, and Wahoo up to 65 miles out. Typical trip begins around 2:00am and runs til about 5:00pm, giving our charters up to 15 hours on the boat. Charter size limited to a maximum of 5 passengers to provide maximum enjoyment for all. Trips leave from Freeport, New York.

Offshore 90 Mile "Day" Trip     $  2,350   Up to 20 hours
Trolling, jigging, and chunking for BIG EYE, Bluefin, Yellowfin, and Albacore Tuna, Mahi, Marlin, and Wahoo up to 90 miles out. Offshore Bottom fishing for tile fish when conditions allow. Typical trip begins around midnight and runs as late as 8:00 PM the next day, for up to 20 hours on the boat. Charter size limited to a maximum of 5  passengers to provide maximum enjoyment for all.

Offshore Overnight Trip    $2,950   Up to 32 hours
Trolling, jigging, and chunking for BIG EYE, Bluefin, Yellowfin, and Albacore Tuna, Mahi, Marlin, and Wahoo up to 100 miles out. Offshore Bottom fishing for tile fish when conditions allow. Nighttime chunking for all of the above, plus swordfish, followed by more trolling, jigging, and chunking the next day. Typical trip begins around 8:00am and runs as late as 4:00pm the next day for up to 32 hours on the boat. Charter size limited to a maximum of 5 passengers (4 preferred) to provide maximum enjoyment for all.

Above Rates based on fuel prices of $4.50/gal. A fuel surcharge may apply if fuel prices exceed $4.50/gal. Please call for details

Above rates do not include a "tip" for the mate, which is not mandatory, but is customarily 15%, for hard working, friendly, knowledgeable crew.

Above rates include all tackle (Custom made rods, Shimano Tiagra LRSA 50's, 30's, 16's reels), all trolling and chunking bait, and ice for drinks and the catch. Fish stories extra.

What to bring:
Food, drinks, sun block, sun glasses, hat, change of clothing, foul weather gear, jacket, boots, camera, sea-sick medicine, and an appetite for a good time and great fishing. 

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