Grand Isle, LA
The Cherece IV has a long history of raising good fish. Fish in comfort aboard a 39 foot Sportfisherman with air conditioning and facilities. Whether it is covering our many reefs and wrecks for reef fish or going long for tuna and pelagics, the newly re-powered Cherece IV will get you there, and by request, cameo appearances by Capt. Rene Rice. For your next fishing adventure contact Capt. Karl Hatten 601-209-7136 or Capt. Rene Rice 504-452-2874.
All prices include rods-n-reels, bait, fuel and ice. No hidden charges. A full day bottom fishing is for 1-6 anglers with an average time spent at sea from 8-10 hours. Spend the day bottom fishing for red snapper, grouper, king mackerel, cobia, spotted sea-trout, trigger fish, amberjack, black tip shark, jack Crevalle, and barracuda just minutes from the dock. Call for current pricing.
Blue water fishing is for 1-6 anglers with an average time spent at sea from 10-12 hours. Just a few miles south of Louisiana's bottom fishing hot spots, you'll find waters teaming with blue marlin, wahoo, mahi mahi, and yellowfin tuna.
Blue water and bottom fishing (20-50 miles), typical species include Amberjack, Snapper, Grouper, Cobia, and Triggerfish.
Day Canyon trips (50-75 miles), species include Yellowfin tuna, Blackfin tuna, Wahoo, Dolphin, Blue and White Marlin, and Sailfish.
Overnight Canyon trips (50-75 miles), species include Swordfish, Yellowfin, and Blackfin tuna. Trolling and rip fishing can be included to and from the canyon.
Custom offshore charters tailored for individual preferences can also be arranged.
Call for current pricing. Regardless of your choice, your group will be guaranteed to experience a great day on the water in comfort and enjoyment. Custom trips can be arranged. We are also happy to arrange for accommodations at Sand Dollar Marina Hotel (Grand Isle's finest) as well as snacks, sandwiches and beverages for an additional charge. Fish cleaning services are available with prior notice. Prices are based upon quantity and fish species. Tips to Captain and mate not required but much appreciated.