Carolina Beach Fishing Charter FAQ’s
Q: How big is your boat?
A: 34 ft Contender with 500 Horsepower, Yamaha 4- stroke motors *Fastest Boat in Carolina Beach Marina*
Q: Do you have a bathroom?
A: Yes, we have a portable potty onboard
Q: How many people can you take?
A: We can carry up to 6 people depending on the trip you chose, contact captain Andy for more information
Q: Do we need a fishing license?
A: No, we provide a fishing license that will cover your group
Q: What do we need to bring?
A: Cooler with drinks and snacks and also sunscreen!
Q: Do you charge for fish cleaning?
A: All other boats in the Carolina Beach Marina charge for fishing cleaning, however we do not but tips are greatly appreciated
Q: How much do we tip?
A: Typically tips are 20-30% to the captain and the mate
Q: What time do we leave the dock?
A: Depending on what trip you are purchasing, the captain will advise you what time you will depart. ( Typically 6-7 am)
Q: Where do we meet you?
A: 306 Canal drive, we are the first boat docked next to Gibbys Dock n Dine restaurant
Q: Where do we park?
A: public parking is directly across the street from Gibbys dock n dine restaurant, you are required to pay for a parking pass in the meter that is located in the center of the lot. ( $10 per day)
Q:Can we bring pets?
Q: Can we bring alcohol?
A:Its a must!!!
My wife and I had a fantastic trip, Andy and JC got us on some great King Mackerel fishing and a shark. We will be back for more. Southern Sportfishing is the only place you need for a great trip.
Thanks Andy and JC
We had an absolutely awesome time fishing with Southern Sportfishing! Thanks to captain Andy and his mate for making our day extraordinary! I have no complaints at all… we hope to be back!
Thanks Captain Andy for a great day of fishing. His mates Austin and Bennett are a pleasure to be around and work very hard to make sure the lines are in the water. All are very Professional. Can’t wait to book again.
One of the best Captains in Southeastern NC
Andy’s been reeling them in since I’ve known him…that’s three decades.