Below are some common questions. Please ask any questions you have before the charter. 
Where do I park?

There are plenty of free parking spots available in the pickup location

What do I need to bring?

Hat, Sunglasses, Sunblock, Small coolers with food and beverages (there is a cooler onboard for food and drinks) 

T-shirts are for sale after the charter if you are interested. Bait is included in your fare. You should bring food, beverages and suntan lotion. We do not sell any food or beverages on the boat. It’s optional to bring a camera, small cooler, change of sandals or sneakers

What if I may get seasick?

I recommend you take Bonine or any motion sickness pill you can pick up at your local drug store. Usually take one before bed, then another in the morning before the charter if you think you have motion sickness. 

Are there rest rooms on board?

There in an emergency head located in the console.

What about food and beverages?

Bring plenty to eat and drink as we do not serve food or beverages on the boat. Cans are preferred and beer is permitted in moderation. 

What should I wear?

Wear clothing appropriate for the weather on land. Occasionally it is cooler in the morning so wear layers. Wear clothes that you will not mind getting dirty.

What if I never fished before?

Our experienced professional crew will demonstrate and help you.

What do I do with the fish that I catch?

You may keep your catch or you may release them if you choose. Possession limits and open fisheries are subject to change.  Refer to RI DEM for updated possession limits

Is there fish cleaning services on board?

Yes, the crew will clean and fillet the fish for free. 

Should I tip the deck hands (crew)?

Absolutely, if you have enjoyed your trip. The crew is professional and attends to your needs. Please tip the crew based on how helpful you feel they were, not based on how many fish you catch.

What do I do with the fish while I’m still fishing?

We have two large fish coffins located in the bow of the boat and plenty of ice to keep your fish fresh.

What equipment and tackle do I need for my fishing trip ?

Bottom line is none. I will provide all tackle. Unless you want to bring your lucky rod! 

How big is the ArchAngel

The ArchAngel is a 32ft BHM Downeast boat. It is considered one of the most stable downeast boats on the east coast. Plenty of room for 6 anglers to enjoy a day of fishing.