Martha’s Vineyard offers the convenience and the variety of places and conditions to catch your trophy. Whatever your quary is, you can certainly find it here.
The inshore species of Martha’s Vineyard include Striped Bass, Bluefish, Bonito, False Albacore, Scup, Sea Bass, and Fluke (Summer Flounder).
You will travel from Lake Tashmoo or your preferred destination, and be transported to the spot where the fish are biting.
The best spots for Striped Bass will be Squibnocket, Devil’s Bridge, Noman’s Island, The Elizabeth Islands and the north shore of Martha’s Vineyard. Bluefish can be found in most rips in the waters of Martha’s Vineyard. The prize fighters are the bonito and albies, who will give you a long and thrilling contest, a true fisherman’s challenge to land.
The offshore species include Yellowfin and Bluefin Tuna, Sharks ( Mako, Blue, Thresher, and the occasional Tiger), Swordfish, Marlin, and Mahi Mahi.
You will travel 20 to 40 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard to catch sharks using the chumming method.
Tuna charters will be traveling 30 to 70 miles out for a day of trolling and sometimes chunking to schools of fish . Overnight canyon trips will troll by day and chunk and chum by night anywhere from 70 to 120 miles out.