Upon arrival, the skipper will run through the safety procedures and familiarise clients with the boats layout before setting sail.

A decision will be made with regard to the type of fishing, taking into account the weather, tide, time of year, experience of the clients generally and any other issues relevant at the time.

The first task therefore, is to fish for the bait required such as mackerel, sand eels, scad and garfish before moving onto the fishing ground.

The type of fishing may vary throughout the day, which will depend on how well the ground is fishing and the consensus of the clients onboard.

Anglers will be invited to take part in a fun challenge whereby £1.00 will be put in a kitty and the money will go to the biggest and/or best fish caught.

Please note: Sensible shoes and clothing should be worn. Sun block and hats are strongly recommended. Tea and coffee is provided but clients need to bring their own cold drinks and packed lunch.

By giving 24 hour notice, lunch by top outside caters can be arranged onboard (this will be particular beneficial for corporate bookings). Menu can be discussed on booking.

• Full day trip:

0900 to 1630

clients are expected to arrive

at 0830.

• Short evening trip:

1800 to 2030

clients are expected to arrive

at 1730

• Full evening trip:

1800 to 2300

clients are expected to arrive at 1730

Embarkation point is La Collette Marina, Victoria Pier, St Helier.

Contact David for more information.