A bad day of fishing is better than a good day of work, unless you work at an aquarium, where a bad day of fishing will still get you fired. Corner gill breathers in their element with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $30 for a half-day fishing trip for two on Monday–Thursday (a $60 value)
- $40 for a half-day fishing trip for two on Friday–Sunday (an $80 value)<p>
Groups of up to 50 learn fishing and cleaning skills before putting their techniques to the test on open water. Anglers each get a rod, multiple bait options, and tackle. Pairs only need to pack sunscreen, snacks, drinks, and an ice cooler to store fish. Trips are scheduled from 8 a.m. to noon or from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Sally T. Charter Fishing Boat
The picturesque waters of the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean gently lap against the alabaster hull of the Sally T, beckoning passengers to cast a line to the abundant wildlife swimming under the water's surface. Aboard the vessel—a head boat with Coast Guard approval for ocean trips—experienced nautical leader Captain Pete grants aspiring fisherpeople a chance to land prize catches with charter trips that explore the natural beauty of the famed waterscapes. Under the captain's guidance, a friendly crew sniffs out areas teeming with susceptible targets and bestows fishing tips and gear to blossoming seafarers. Groups then practice the skills necessary to catch and clean aquatic fauna and pursue underwater booty such as croakers, flounder, and pictures of Scott Baio taped inside Davy Jones's locker.
85% of 775 customers recommend
“Make sure you make recommendations early, I had to cancel my 1st ones and could not find a time later in the season where I could go. Very friendly and tried to be...”
“Make sure you make recommendations early, I had to cancel my 1st ones and could not find a time later in the season where I could go. Very friendly and tried to be accommodating. I have been before and it was great fun!! Highly recommend them!”
“It was great”
“Fun, family owned business Recommend doing research on best time of year to go out to maximize potential to catch something”