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Meet Our Team

Fillet & Release Fishing Charter, Carolina Beach, NC

First, we want to Thank you for choosing Fillet and Release Fishing Charter. We truly appreciate you trusting in us. 

 

To confirm the departure times, our morning half-day leaves at 7:00 am, afternoon leaves at 11:30, and all other trips leave at 6:00 am. Please arrive 10-15 minutes before we depart. We will introduce ourselves and go over some instructions. 

 

Our marina is under construction and our temporary address is 110 Carol Winner Dr slip #9. We are across from Island Burger and Bites and directly behind the empty-for-sale restaurant. We are the first boat when you pull in the parking lot ( The Green Boat) you can’t miss us! If you can’t find us still call 1-910-368-1400. There is a small parking lot in front of the marina but all parking lots are pay to park now, unfortunately. 

 

It’s best to wear rubber-soled shoes so they will help keep you firm and steady. You can wear layered clothing because the mornings are cool and the ride home can be cool as well. Definitely bring sunscreen. We will have water on the boat but you are welcome to bring 1 cooler 65 quart or less with drinks and snacks. We prefer no glass.

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Our Captain

Fishing Charter Carolina Beach, NC
Captain Jeremy Vines Fillet & Releae Fishing Charters

Captain Jeremy Vines is the owner and operator of Fillet And Release Fishing Charters. Captain Jeremy has been fishing Carolina waters for over two decades and never stops learning. He decided to follow his passion and become a charter captain 10 years ago. Captain Jeremy’s goal is to always give you quality service, fair prices and an unforgettable fishing experience! 

Meet The Team

We owe much of that success to our mate. And we have the best! We pride ourselves on having fun-loving mates who not only do a great job catching fish but also provide you with the whole Carolina Beach fishing and lifestyle experience.

Equipped with the best up-to-date fish-finding equipment and USCG-approved safety gear. 

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