18 to 20 HOUR CANYON MAHI TRIPS (Sept.)
Late summer & early fall are some of the best times to go fishing for MAHI MAHI in the warm waters of the CANYONS off the coast of New Jersey. The GOLDEN EAGLE has several of these trips scheduled for the 2021 season starting on Sept. 5, 2021.
These trips depart at 11:00 pm and return approximately 5:00 to 6:00 pm the next day and the cost is $325 per person. On MAHI trips, a spinning rod & reel with a 20 to 30 lb test monofilament line is the preferred type of equipment. We primarily use artificial plastic & lures but we have bait on board for the times the fish want it. Generally, these trips fish canyons between 80 and 100 miles offshore.
Bunks are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
All of our 18 to 20 HOUR CANYON MAHI TRIPS are limited to the number of passengers that we carry and ADVANCE PREPAID RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.
To BOOK A CANYON MAHI trip – just go to our calendar page, click on the trip you are interested in AND fill in your information.
CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICIES: We reserve the exclusive right to cancel a trip up to the time of departure due to sea or other conditions. Cancellation or no show by the patron will result in forfeiture of the fare unless that space is sold to another party. On a trip canceled by the Golden Eagle, anglers may elect to transfer to another trip of their choice subject to availability or request a refund. Refund checks or credit card refunds are made to the person who paid for the trip.
GALLEY MEALS (not included in fare): Soft drinks, coffee, and snacks only. No hot food (due to COVID regulations)
TIPS & FISH CLEANING: Suggested minimum gratuity is 15% of the fare and fish cleaning is based on the number & size of the fish.
FUEL SURCHARGE: Trips may be subject to a surcharge.
CLOTHING: The days can be hot and the nights cold, so bring along enough clothing. We also suggest bringing along a rain suit in case of foul weather. Important - bring your waterproof shoes or boots! The deck will be wet if the weather is not dead calm and the mates regularly hose down the deck to keep it clean.