Shark Hunt

New England is the best place to fight a monster shark. Fight a shark with stand up gear and not in a rod holder. Travel with us on the waters of Massachusetts Bay in search of a thrilling fight. The four dominant species of shark in the area are Mako, Blue, Porbeagle, And Thresher. These sharks are aggressive, some being more than others. With Captain Nicks’s experience, there is no reason to fear as you will be in good hands.

The best time to catch these bad boys is July. Blue Sharks are a predominant species in Massachusetts. These sharks can range from 100 to over 450 pounds and be up to 13 feet long. Most of them are an average of 100 to 300 pounds and 7 – 11 feet long. While waiting for the sharks to bite, you will try fishing some tun, bass, and cod. New England is the best place to fight a monster shark. Fight a shark with stand up gear and not in a rod holder.

Travel with us on the waters of Massachusetts Bay in search of a thrilling fight. The four dominant species of shark in the area are Mako, Blue, Porbeagle, And Thresher. These sharks are aggressive, some being more than others. With Captians Nick’s experience you will be in good hands

 


To find out more about sharks and fishing best practices, check out the links below.

Atlantic Highly Migratory Species Fishery Compliance Guides

Understanding Atlantic Shark Fishing

The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species

Catch & Release Best Practices

CASH ONLY on all trips. Please add 20% gratuity for mates. All tackle included or you can bring your own. Spinning rods and reels by Penn.

Come with us for a great shark hunt fishing adventure! Call 508-284-2909 or click to book online.