If you are visiting the Outer Banks, please stop by Oregon Inlet Fishing Center when the boats come in, generally between
A full-day charter fishing trip on the Skirt Chaser is $2000 if paying with cash or check directly to Skirt Chaser.
If you choose to pay by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center or on the boat the rate will be $2060.
Additional expenses include a tip for the mate of 15% to 20% of the charter price, subject to your satisfaction with the mate's performance.
If you want to pay with cash or check directly to Skirt Chaser, please call Captain Barry Daniels at 252-216-8559 to confirm and discuss payment.
A deposit of $1000 is required upon booking confirmation. Your tentative reservation is not confirmed until we receive your deposit. When we receive your deposit, we will send your reservation confirmation. Balance is due after completion of your charter.
Mail deposits to:
Skirt Chaser Sportfishing
207 Old Main Rd
Manteo, NC 27954
We require 2 weeks notice to cancel a trip. If the trip is canceled due to inclement weather the deposit is applied to a future trip or refunded based on customer's wishes.
The maximum number of guests on the boat is 6 (six). Gotta have room for all the fish we'll catch!
The boat leaves the dock at 5:30 AM. We suggest you arrive by 5:00 AM to get situated. We usually arrive back at the dock around 5:00 PM.
No. Every passenger during your charter is covered under our "Blanket License".
All you'll need is food, drinks, sunblock, and energy! We provide everything fishing related... gear, tackle, ice, bait, etc ...
Both. We encourage all anglers to practice conservation. Unless it is a food catch (eg tuna, dolphin or wahoo), we recommend catch and release. There are strict regulations on what you can keep and what must be released.
We'll make sure you stay legal.
All billfish (marlin and sailfish) must be released.
Yes. Fish cleaning services are available at Oregon Inlet Fishing Center. We carry plenty of ice to ensure that your catch is in the best condition possible when it hits the dock.
You will need a large cooler to take your catch home. We strongly recommend 1 to 2 pounds of ice for each pound of fillets. This assures that your catch will arrive at its destination in excellent condition for your dining preparation and enjoyment.