Reel Class Sportfishing Charters sails from Clark's Landing Marina in Point Pleasant, New Jersey which is located on the Manasquan River - ten minutes from Manasquan Inlet and the Ocean. Point Pleasant is centrally located along the Jersey Shore at the northern end of Ocean County - this location allows us access to many productive fishing areas to our north and south. We fish from Sandy Hook to Barnegat Light, NJ, covering all waters in between and around the Point Pleasant/Manasquan Inlet area, and out to nearly 100 miles. We will do our very best to put you on fish and will run wherever we have to so that the job is done!
Spring Stripers: World Class Fishery! (April-July)
Spring/Summer Fluke: Summertime Tradition! (May-Sept)
Bottom Fishing: Tautog, Seabass, Ling, Cod, Scup aka Porgies (Spring-Fall)
Fall Stripers, bluefish, false albacore: (Sept-Dec)
CATCH AND RELEASE FISHERMEN AS WELL AS HARDCORE MEAT FISHERMEN are welcome aboard - YOUR sportfishing charter will be our top priority!! We will make your day a memorable experience and WE WILL PUT YOU ON FISH!!!
The NEW Reel Class is a Henriques 35' Maine Coaster. Reel Class features a HUGE cockpit (120 Square Feet!) that can fish 6 anglers comfortably. She has an over all length of 35.5' with an 12.5' Beam, and is powered by Twin 300 HP Cummins Diesels. The new boat also features a Northern Lights genset, a full head, and a full cabin with seating, heat/air conditioning, a microwave, stove, refrigerator, and enough seating to seat 6 anglers comfortably!
Book EARLY for PRIME 2016 Dates!
Latest Reel Class Point Pleasant Fishing News and Reports
In the spirit of always being transparent, here's our latest update!
This morning, the Henriques which we purchased in 2014 left Clark's Landing headed North up to New Hampshire with its new owners. We wish them NOTHING but the best with this boat!
For us, this boat was very good to us for almost 4 years. It's size, it's stability, it's seaworthiness, and overall it's room were a great asset and we killed MANY fish with this boat.
But, as is the case with any boat, and any boat owner can sympathize, the cost of running this boat really began to outweigh the revenue that it generated. In good faith, I could not raise my charter and open boat fares to insane levels just to compensate for the cost of running this boat. I found myself in the engine room and bilge multiple times per week, especially last season, and it got to a point where I couldn't keep up. Finally Thanksgiving weekend last year we had a major issue, had to cancel our trips, and that issue was finally fully resolved just a few weeks ago after months of work by GREAT diesel mechanics that basically rebuilt my entire starboard motor. As was the case back in May, the buyers that emerged back in the winter stayed with us all along through the ups and downs and we were able to work things out with them.
This is NOT the end for us, we're simply closing a chapter in our history. This is what happens, and sometimes decisions are easy to make, sometimes they're tough, for me, this decision was EASY.
Kenny and Eric have been with me all along with this and there will be more to come.... My goal is to return to our roots somewhat, in getting a boat that has more versatility and more speed; something we can take places we couldn't with the Henriques and still have a great fishing platform. Yes, I have something in mind :)
So with that said, consider this a mere hiatus, as we are going to take our time in doing our due diligence in investing in a boat that will serve us well in the present and in the future, as fisheries, regulations, and our lives change. So stay with us, and be patient!
....Onto the next chapter!
For day-by-day fishing reports - go to NJFishing.com or go on Capt Allen's Facebook page -- we post them there everyday!!