The average cost for a four hour trip in Martha’s Vineyard is $667, while the average cost for an 8 hour trip is $1160. Prices can vary based on trip duration, boat size and amenities, and the type of fishing your group is looking to do. View all Martha’s Vineyard Charters here.
There are no shared trips currently available in Martha’s Vineyard. View all Martha’s Vineyard Charters here.
The most common charter boat types in Martha’s Vineyard are:
The average charter boat size in Martha’s Vineyard is 28 feet.
Massachusetts is one of the most famous states in the angling community. One of its jewels is Martha’s Vineyard. This is why FishAnywhere brings you Martha’s Vineyard fishing charters. As one of the most famous island fisheries, this island has a lot to offer to fishermen of all ages and experience levels. Located across the Cape Cod Bay, Martha’s Vineyards has one of the oldest fishing tournaments in the country. If you’ve never caught a Striped Bass or Bluefish before this is the place to visit. With a diverse fish life, lighthouses, sandy beaches, and breath-taking architecture, this island has made it to the bucket lists of many anglers.Fishing in Martha’s Vineyard is very engaging and fun. The island is surrounded by waters rich with fish and you will be able to reel in a catch wherever you decide to cast your line. There are dozens of hotspots and amazing fishing opportunities. To make the experience even better, you will be accompanied by one of our experienced charter captains, who will take you to the best fishing spots in the area if you choose to sail off on a FishAnywhere Martha’s Vineyard fishing charter! The best thing about fishing in Martha’s Vineyard is that there is no fishing season here. The fish life is so diverse, and the waters are rich with food, making Martha’s Vineyard fishable year-round. Whenever you decide to come, you will be able to reel in a great catch. Martha’s Vineyard offers plenty of opportunities for inshore fishing and offshore fishing alike. Offshore fishing is more popular, as it offers more opportunities and has an adventurous note to it. When it comes to fishing techniques, light tackle works perfectly fine here. For those of you with more experience trolling, bottom fishing, and fly fishing are also viable techniques.We’ve mentioned the huge variety of fish in the Martha’s Vineyard waters several times so far. It probably makes you wonder what lives below the surface of these waters. Here you will be able to fish for black sea bass, bluefin tuna, atlantic cod, wolfish, bonito, mackerel, sharks, striped bass, tautog, bluefish, weakfish, flounder, spanish mackerel, yellowfin tuna, false albacore, and halibut. Fishing in Martha’s Vineyard is truly a marvelous experience.With FishAnywhere, you can easily find available fishing charter trips in Martha’s Vineyard. Please note that each Martha’s Vineyard fishing charter trip in our listings includes a professional charter captain who will accompany you on your fishing adventure. Check out our Martha’s Vineyard fishing charters from our team of licensed fishing captains today!