Trips update


Lost on ideas for a special Birthday or christmas, why not purchase a sea fishing trip voucher!


£60 for an 8 hour trip including rod tackle and bait.

Dates available for booking at the moment are listed in the schedule (Prices and booking).  Alternatively buy an open voucher to be used on a date arranged after purchase















Prices & booking


Trips can be booked on either an individual basis or as a party up to a maximum of twelve people. Trip lengths vary from 6 - 12 hours, however shorter trips can be specially arranged for the evenings. Inshore wrecks up to 10 miles offshore are accessible on 8 hour trips but for the offshore wrecks a 10 or 12 hour trip is recommended. Prices are as follows;

 Full Boat Individual
  Ground fishing Wreck fishing  
8hrs £550 (£200) £535 (£200) £60/£55
10hrs £610 (£200) £635 (£200) (table below explains price structure) £65/£65 
12hrs £675 (£200) £710 (£200) (table below explains price structure) £70/£75
6hrs £450 (£200) - £50
4hr £400 (£200) - £45

(Note: Figures in Italics are deposits required to secure full boat dates booked)

Distant water wreck fishing surcharges
  < 25miles 25-35 miles 35 miles plus
10 hr £635 (£65) £725 (£75) £800 (£85)
12 hr £710 (£75) £790 (£80) £880 (£90)

(Note: figures in italics are individual prices)


Isle of Man trips are charged at £800 for the boat, or £85 per head, per day and generally the trips are 10 hours per day.


Weekends during the summer months are usually 10-12 hour trips, however on weekdays any length of trip may be chosen. When booking individually I need a minimum of 7 to sail, however even if your group only numbers 1 - 3 it is worth inquiring as I will probably be able to fit you onto another individual trip

Rod Hire

Rods can be hired for an additional charge of £8.  Please note that rods, end tackle and weights are only supplied for ground fishing. 


Please ring to discuss any bait requirements. Generally during the summer no bait is required as we should catch mackerel on the way out.


Pollack will take jelly worms, frozen and live sandeel and small red-gills fished on a flying collar rig (12-14 foot of trace).

Conger are fished for normally with a mackerel flapper or an array of mackerel chunks.

For ling, either a large mackerel fillet on a trace or a jigged baited pirk is best, occasionally they are taken whilst fishing for pollack with frozen sandeel.


For your own safety, the safety of fellow fishermen and the safety of your skipper, it is not permitted to bring any alcohol or illegal drugs aboard the boat.


Please help your skipper and keep your fishing station clean throughout your day. Deckhose, detergents and brushes are provided for your use. Thank you.