2019 Calendar of Events



Introduction to Saltwater Fishing with Stephanie Kristy,

The Fancy Fluke

Three Belles Outfitters
East Lyme, Connecticut
Thursday, May 16, 2019
This seminar is intended for ladies new to angling who would like to get their feet wet in the Saltwater sport. We will discuss gear selection, tracking tides, weather, and how to target your favorite inshore species.


  FFF. Kicks of the season with Gypsea Charters

Seaway Marina
Far Rockaway, Queens, New York
$30 per angler
May 25, 2019
Gather up the girls and kick off the season right with Gypsea Charters. Captain Jess has arranged an exclusive, Jamaica Bay sunset Fluke excursion for 25 lady 'lucky' anglers. Enjoy breathtaking views of the New York City skyline while fishing the BEST early season Fluke grounds on the East coast. 
Inquire for travel from CT and Group reservations


Captain Jessica Rogers of the Gypsea Fleet

The Gypsea Star




FFF. Fish Watch Hill Reef and Fishers Island with

Double Trouble Sport Fishing

Avondale Boat Yard
Watch Hill, Rhode Island
$100 per angler
Fluke, Mixed Bag
June 29, 2013

Stay and Play!

Enjoy the weekend in beautiful Wakefield, Rhode Island with the Fancy Fluke Crew! Matunuck Beach, Captain Jacks, Matunuck Oyster Bar, Mew's Tavern, Snug Harbor.
AirBNB overnight options available!

Captain Chris Gergely of Double Trouble Sport Fishing

The Double Down





FFF. Gets PATRIOTIC! Stars and Stripes! Top water Striped Bass with ReelCast Charters

Old Saybrook, Connecticut
Striped Bass
July 13, 2019

Captain Mike Roy of ReelCast Charters

Top-Water Trophy Fishing

"Reel Cast Charters is a full-time Connecticut-based sport fishing guide service specializing in the Connecticut waters of Long Island Sound. Our fishing guide service is unique in the fact that we do much of our fishing in shallow waters with light tackle.  Reel Cast Charters has carved a niche for itself in Northeast sport fishing, providing an experience to anglers like no other by targeting trophy-sized striped bass with light tackle. There is no trolling and no oversized conventional reels—our clients fish live baits, top water and other artificial lures for big fish."


FFF. Goes offshore with Double Trouble Sport Fishing

Avondale Boat Yard
Watch Hill, Rhode Island
$150 per angler
Approx 5am departure 8-hour trip
Bluefin Tuna, Shark, Mahi, Wahoo
Date TBD

Offshore Trips

"For those thrill seekers who want to do battle with large sharks and pelagic species of fish we offer full day offshore trips where we run to the open waters south of Montauk and Block Island. The open ocean waters in this geographic area, are known as some of the best for large Mako and Thresher sharks.  Depending on the time of season and water temperatures, we can also pursue Bluefin Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Yellowfin Tuna and Wahoo.Our offshore trips are 10-12 hours long and include all bait and tackle, ice for your catch, and fish cleaning. "



FFF. Goes Down East in search of Bluefin Tuna with Coastal Charters Sportfishing

Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Approx 4am departure 12-hour trip
October 5, 2019 Rain Date October 12, 2019
Inquire for pricing and AirBNB options

Captain Diogo Godoi of Coastal Charters Sportfishing

The Duskey


Light Tackle Tuna Fishing

"Coastal Charters Sportfishing is a full-time fishing outfit for serious fisherman, specializing in light tackle jigging and popping with artificial lures for bluefin tuna. Captain Dom Petrarca has been chasing big offshore tuna, sharks and other pelagics for over 20 years in and around the waters of Southern New England. Captain Diogo Godoi is joining the fleet alongside Captain Dom in the 2016 season. Both captains are operating fast and stable run-and-gun style center consoles (SeaVee 29B and Dusky 278FC). They will trailer to any of the available ramps in Southern New England, closest to the best fishing grounds. This maximizes your fishing time and decreases your transit times offering the best chances to hook that fish of a lifetime. Coastal Charters Sportfishing limits offshore trips to a maximum of 4 anglers and does not carry a mate, which decreases cost and allows more room for your fishing party. This also provides a much more hands on experience, getting you right into the action throughout the entire catch process, from hunting and hooking to landing or releasing."