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Bass River Charters is a family run fishing charter located in the mid cape erea of Cape Cod. We offer fishing for the experts as well as the first time fishers. Bass River Charters fishes for striped bass, blues, seabass, porgies, fluke, tuna...more
We had a great time with Captain Ray fishing for stripers and fluke! He knows all the great places to be sure you leave with some filets in your cooler. Not only that, but he didn't make a boatful of first time anglers feel inadequate....More
Bass River Charters is the best.
Another “Great Great”fishing trip with Captain Ray on the Lindsy Liz
We’ve been out with him a couple of times a year for many years now. No reason to fish with anyone else!!!!
The pic’s explain why.
Went out with my father and father in law in June. Was a pretty quick ride to where the fish were at that day and we hooked up within seconds. Pulled in striper and fluke. Next trip maybe we'll bring our little one. Ray seems...More
Went out with Captain Ray and within minutes we were catching Stripers. Caught a 25 lb one. After limiting out we switched to fishing for Fluke. Got a couple of keepers. Definitely recommend fishing with Captain Ray.
I've been on multiple chartered trips, and have to say hands down this was the best. The captain is very pleasant and will fit right in with your crew. We caught our limit of striper by 730 and then went and nailed fluke and sea...More
My friends and I have been on Captain Ray’s boat for the last 5 years and have yet to be disappointed. He always finds the fish!!! and yesterday 6/22/18 was no exception. We were hitting all day. Fun guy to be around too!
Captain Ray was nothing less than awesome. Cordial, friendly and Uber on the fish man. We limited on stripers in just over an hour - and no other boat out there was catching anything. We were hauling them in left and right and the boats...More