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Directions to Kingfisher Charters in CT
The Kingfisher fishing charter in Old Saybrook, CT. is located centrally at
Between the Bridges Marina
140 Ferry Rd. Old Saybrook, CT.
From New York, New Haven, and points south
I-95 North. Take exit 67 for Connecticut 154 W toward Old Saybrook. Merge onto 154 west towards Old Saybrook. Turn left onto U.S. 1 N. Continue onto Ferry Rd. Marina will be on your right(north yard). Park in parking lot across the street.
From Providence, Boston, and points North
Take I-95 South to exit 69 for CT 9 N toward Essex/Hartford. Take exit 1 toward Ferry Rd. Continue onto Ferry Point and Between The Bridges Marina will be on the left. Park in parking lot across the street.
Take Rout 9 South. Take exit 2 for CT-154/Middlesex Turnpike toward Old Saybrook. Turn left onto CT-154 N/Middlesex Turnpike, sharp right onto Essex Rd. Continue onto Ferry Road and Between The Bridges Marina will be on the left. Park in parking lot across the street.
- Do I need a Connecticut Saltwater Fishing License?
No, you do not. Fishing from a Charter Boat like ours, you are covered under our license.
- What Type of Fish do you catch and how many can we keep?
We strive to keep fish populations as sustainable as possible.
For current size and possession limits CLICK HERE
- What should we bring?
Bring rain gear, sunglasses, sunscreen, warm clothes, a jacket, food and beverages.
Small Coolers are fine and a good idea to keep your fillets fresh for the ride home.
- Are Tips Customary for the Mate?
Yes. Your mate will work hard for you all day. Rigging, setting baits, landing and filleting your catch.
A customary tip for the mate is 15-20%
- What is included?
We provide all the rods, reels, tackle, bait, and experience to put fish in the boat.
Your mate will set the rods and lures, land the fish, and fillet your fish. Sit back and relax!
We “skin” your fillets. “Scaling” of fish is not offered.
- What is not included?
Food and Beverages
Beer and Wine (in moderation) is permissible. Remember to stay responsible.
- What if the forecast is poor the night before?
Some of the best fishing will occur as a storm front is moving in or out.
Wind is the primary reason for us to reschedule a trip. Both for your safety and the experience of the group.
In the event that the weather is turning poor, we will call you the night before to discuss.
Rescheduling is the first option.