Sailing from Cape Ann Marina, 75 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, MA

Call 978-407-1351 for Reservations

Email captain@tunahunter.com for More Information




Striped Bass and Bluefish charters are our most popular, as striped bass are plentiful in Cape Ann waters, easy to catch for new anglers and offer actions throughout one's charter.  

Striped Bass/Bluefish fishing charters offer light tackle fishing action in close to the rocks and island shores of Cape Ann.   Stripers and Bluefish are often taken trolling live bait or select lures or umbrella rigs - a great hit, and a great fight!  

Striped bass and bluefish charters are great for young anglers, or those who wish to enjoy the scenery of Cape Ann and comfort of close proximity to land.

Key Benefits

  1. Light Tackle Angling for Striped Bass and Bluefish.  Fly Fishing too!
  2. Inshore casting and trolling along the rocky shore and islands of Cape Ann and Boston's North Shore. 
  3. Consistent action throughout the charter, moving through Gloucester Harbor, the Annisquam River, along the Cape Ann coast anchoring at several fishing sports throughout the charter.                                         


Striped Bass and Bluefish Charter Options Duration and Departure Price*
Full day Striped Bass/Bluefish 8 hrs, usually depart 7:00AM $795 for up to six persons 
Half Day Evening Striped Bass/Bluefish 4 hours, usually depart 4:00 PM $495 for up to six persons

* Prices do not include 15-20% Mate's tip for service provided.

Fishing Charter Information/Date Request

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