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What are the best fishing charters in Stone Harbor?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 4 trips in Stone Harbor, and the most popular trips in the area are Stone Harbor Inshore/Nearshore Experience guided by Frank, Screaming Drag Surf Fishing guided by Frank, and Half Day Trip With Captain Frank - 22' Cape Horn OS guided by Frank.

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Another popular fishing spot nearby for booking a charter is Cape May.

What types of fishing charters are common in Stone Harbor?

Inshore fishing is the most popular in Stone Harbor as well as nearshore fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Stone Harbor are: 1. bluefish, 2. weakfish, 3. striped bass, 4. fluke, and 5. black drum.

The most common fishing techniques in Stone Harbor are artificial lure fishing, bottom fishing, and jigging but live bait fishing and sight casting are popular as well.

How much do Stone Harbor fishing charters cost?

in Stone Harbor prices can range anywhere from $200 to $450, but the average price for a half day in Stone Harbor is $350.

When is the best time to go fishing in Stone Harbor?

The most popular season for fishing in Stone Harbor is summer, and most anglers book their trips 9 days in advance.

Where can I get a Stone Harbor fishing license and what are the bag limits in Stone Harbor?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Stone Harbor, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Stone Harbor. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Stone Harbor.



How are fishing conditions in Stone Harbor?

Stone Harbor Fishing Reports from Our Damn Good Guides. See more reports for Stone Harbor.

    Not really doing a whole lot at this time with school back in session. We were out this past Saturday and mugged up on nice flounder. We were throwing back over sized fish, which was painful. The key was making short drifts over the structure and working it hard. When the bite stops, hit the next piece. The fluke have turned on just in time for them to go out of season on the 27th. The back bays are alive with peanut bunker, spearing, and some mullet. When you can get anything to actually bite there are stripers and weakies around. Small blues too. But the bite is very spotty with all the bait. But worth the effort. Fun times are ahead. Sea bass will be opening soon. And tog is just around the corner. As are the stripers. Come on Fall!
    Not really doing a whole lot at this time with school back in session. We were out this past Saturday and mugged up on nice flounder. We were throwing back over sized fish, which was painful. The key was making short drifts over the structure and working it hard. When the bite stops, hit the next piece. The fluke have turned on just in time for them to go out of season on the 27th. The back bays are alive with peanut bunker, spearing, and some mullet. When you can get anything to actually bite there are stripers and weakies around. Small blues too. But the bite is very spotty with all the bait. But worth the effort. Fun times are ahead. Sea bass will be opening soon. And tog is just around the corner. As are the stripers. Come on Fall!
    Not really doing a whole lot at this time with school back in session. We were out this past Saturday and mugged up on nice flounder. We were throwing back over sized fish, which was painful. The key was making short drifts over the structure and working it hard. When the bite stops, hit the next piece. The fluke have turned on just in time for them to go out of season on the 27th. The back bays are alive with peanut bunker, spearing, and some mullet. When you can get anything to actually bite there are stripers and weakies around. Small blues too. But the bite is very spotty with all the bait. But worth the effort. Fun times are ahead. Sea bass will be opening soon. And tog is just around the corner. As are the stripers. Come on Fall!