About The Regina E

About The Regina E from Regina E Sport Fishing

By: Regina E Sport Fishing  07/21/2014
Keywords: Brooklyn Fishing Charters

Regina E Sportfishing Incorporated is a family owned and operated business, fishing all year in the waters of Jamaica Bay and the New York Bight aboard a fast custom 35' Duffy Sportfisherman for all species in season and groups of up to 6 passengers. We pride ourselves being a family friendly SPORTFISHING atmosphere that anyone could bring a loved one or family member and not worry about the environment around them. There is no profanity towards other boaters or customers aboard the Regina E. We make no claims as to being the pushiest or most aggressive boat in the area and have no intention of ever doing so. What we do make a claim to is that you will find no other boat that has as many customers who have become friends after they have sailed a trip with us. Captain Chet O'Leary is fully licensed and insured to operate the Regina E up to 100 miles offshore and that is Generally the limit that we like to sail our overnight canyon trips. Captain Chet has been fishing the waters of Jamaica Bay, the New York Bight and Long Island for over 25 years from a number of vessels culminating in the Regina E. The Regina E is equipped with a Genset, interior cabin heaters (forward and aft) , GPS Chart plotters, Furuno radar, VHF radio's, a commercial grade Furuno color depth finder, twin anchor setup, Sirius satelite radio, a fully enclosed stand up head (bathroom that's heated), 2 bunks and a microwave are amongst many other items to make your day more comfortable and enjoyable.

Keywords: Brooklyn Fishing Charters

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Fishing Seasons

Striped Bass: We start Striped Bass fishing in the early Spring ususally before the State opener (catch and release) fishing within Jamaica Bay utilizing live bait or clams depending on the current trends. We then transition to almost all live bait within the bay and then moving out to the ocean for the summer and throughout the fall.