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July 08, 2024 - 08:32:59

“We took the last 10 days off to do some fishing down in Costa Rica and it was fantastic,” reported Capt. Pete Wagner of the charter boat Hyper Stripe. Pete told us he caught a mix of cuberas, yellowtail, snappers, groupers, sailfish, yellowfin, pompano, jacks and roosters.

July 01, 2024 - 07:37:31

“We split our trips between fluke and bottom fishing this past week,” cited Capt. Pete Wagner of the charter boat Hyper Striper. Pete said a pair of bottom fishing trips accounted for a very good bite of big ling, while the boats fluke trips caught flatties but it was a struggle to put some keepers in the fish box.

52 Shrewsbury Avenue
Highlands, NJ 07732
phone: 732-212-1847
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Capt. Peter Wagner is the man behind the helm of Hyper Striper Sportfishing and puts in tireless effort to ensure that his clients have the very best chance for a successful day. The Hyper Striper itself is a 38 foot Henriques Sportfisherman that was recently repowered with twin 450 horsepower Cummins diesel engines. Fast and comfortable, she has a climate controlled cabin (air conditioned and heated) with seating accommodations for all who come aboard. The cabin also features a dinette set, forward bunks, stand-up head, microwave oven and stereo system for your enjoyment. A massive cockpit provides you and your party with adequate room and safety for total enjoyment during your day on the water. All custom gear is supplied at no additional cost but if you have your own favorite tackle, feel free to bring it along. Top notch marine electronics and safety equipment exist as additional assets on board the Hyper Striper and are there to make your day as productive and safe as possible. These items include three VHF radios, two color chartplotters, 48 mile radar, two color fishfinders, a Dytek sea temperature meter, Simrad autopilot, a Furuno SSB radio, a Viking eight man life raft, two EPIRBs, and an 8kw generator.