The Hooked Up II is a 55′ Carolina custom charter boat based out of Cape May, New Jersey (NJ) and departs from South Jersey Marina. She is one of the newest, fastest and most comfortable deluxe charter boats on the entire East Coast. Carolina custom hulls are known for their world class rides without excessive pounding as well as being extremely dry boats in all kinds of sea conditions. The Hooked Up II has a huge cockpit to accommodate up to 6 anglers and crew comfortably!

Over the last few years we have caught far more Yellowfin and Big Eye Tuna than any charter boat that fishes based out of Cape May.  We are proud of our reputation as a boat who catches fish as well as our knowledgeable mates with extensive experience in offshore tuna fishing and many other fisheries in the Cape May area.

We specialize all Tuna species, Wahoo and Mahi Mahi (Dolphin) Offshore.

Fishing Trips on the Hooked Up II

When fishing offshore in the local canyons off of Cape May, NJ, we target all Tuna species (Yellowfin, Bluefin, Giant Bluefin, Big Eye), Wahoo and Mahi Mahi (Dolphin).

We will also fish for Marlin/Billfish when they are present or upon request if you desire to target those species.

Fishing aboard the 55′ Hooked Up II provides maximum comfort for our customers thanks to her deluxe accommodations and world class ride.

Sail to our Offshore Trips page for more information on offshore trips or Contact us to book a trip today!

If you are looking for a family fun trip in the summer, we offer inshore shark trips.  These trips are a short run from our dock and can be anywhere between 4 and 6 hours!  It’s fun for the whole family as we generally catch big sharks up to 300 lbs. with almost a 100% guarantee that you will catch at least one on every trip! All Sharks are released after taking pictures and offer the best opportunity to catch some of the biggest nastiest fish you will ever encounter just a few miles from shore.  We fish at the mouth of the Delaware Bay or in the open ocean on all these trips easily in sight of land.

We usually start Black Drum trips in late April around the new or full moons. We fish either on the Delaware or the New Jersey side of the bay depending on the where the best bite is.

The last couple of years the Black Drum showed up first in the shallow flats on the Delaware side because the water is usually a few degrees warmer in the spring than the New Jersey side.

We will discuss with all charters prior to departure which side of the bay has the best fishing and they can decide what works best for them.

Visit our Spring Black Drum page for more information on Black Drum fishing or Contact us to book your trip today!