Bad Habit is a 24 ft Grady White Explorer and is equipped with all the gear and bait needed to provide a fun and safe way to fish Long Island Sound. All trips are modified to fit your schedule, but of course, the early bird gets the FISH!
The captain reserves the right to cancel the trip up until the time of departure depending on weather conditions. He will not leave the dock if he considers it to be unsafe or uncomfortable fishing conditions. Remember, leaving the dock is an option, getting back is not.
The Bad Habit can bring up to four people out at one time. All rates are priced for One to Four people.
We offer affordable fishing charter rates in Clinton CT.
Most Popular: $525 for approximately Five Hours (up to 4 passengers)
Extended Trip: $725 approximately Seven Hours (up to 4 passengers)
- We are proud to offer a discount to Veterans, Police, and Firefighters. Please inform us at booking to get 25% off!
- Gift certificates are available. They make great, unique gifts!!
Book your charter
You can reach us by filling out the form below, calling Captain Jim at 203.909.1598, or emailing him at email@example.com
Pay for your charter
We accept cash, check (made out to Bad Habit Fishing) or PayPal (email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Make payment via PayPal here. Please ensure to use the friends/family method so there is no fee for either the captain or you.
The following terms apply to all chartered trips:
50% deposit required to hold the date.
Payment must be made in FULL prior to leaving the dock.
There will be no refund for no-shows.
The customer is responsible for any lost rod and/or reel.
Rates subject to change (will not change on trips with deposit).
The Captain reserves the right to cancel up to the time of departure due to weather and wind conditions. If an alternate date is not available, a refund will be issued.
Please note: We offer to clean and filet your catch at the dock. The captain of the Bad Habit does it all for you. He is the captain AND the mate, so has double duty. Captains usually don’t get tips, but as a mate, and captain, Jim would certainly appreciate it.