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Jarrett Bay Boatworks

Jarrett Bay Boatworks

Jarrett Bay Boatwork

Jarrett Bay Boatworks, a premier builder of custom sport fishing boats, began in 1986 when Randy Ramsey led the construction of a single 52-foot charter boat, the Sensation, in an old tin shed. Since those humble beginnings, Jarrett Bay has constructed & delivered over 90 sportfish boats and serviced tens of thousands of vessels. Our one-of-a-kind custom construction process allows us to finely balance our customers’ needs for fishing performance, fuel efficiency and luxury – all while never sacrificing the legendary Carolina ride.

Jarrett Bay and Grundens Form Partnership

Jarrett Bay Boatworks – Grundens Partners On Performance Line

Jarrett Bay Boatworks - Grundens Partners On Performance Line Jarrett Bay Boatworks & Grundéns are bringing the legendary heritage of craftsmanship for their offshore brands together to craft the future of offshore performance gear. To help develop the new product,...
Most Advanced Sportfish Boat Ever Built 

Sea Trials Underway for the Most Advanced Sportfish Boat Ever Built 

Spanning 90 feet and representing the next evolution in offshore battlewagon performance and comfort, the Jarrett Bay Boatworks custom sportfish hull 62 Jaruco has begun sea trials with engine and mechanical partners. This revolutionary cold-molded hull with carbon fiber...

Introducing Project Ireland as the New JARUCO – Jarrett Bay Boatworks

The team at Jarrett Bay has just announced that their "Project Ireland" Hull 62 is is the new JARUCO. The boat will feature 90 feet of cutting edge technology that utilize the latest composites and equipment. JARUCO is poised to...
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Jarrett Bay Boatworks Launches New Company Video

Jarrett Bay Boatworks (Custom Carolina Sport Fishing Boat Builder) launches new company video and gives you a look into the Jarrett Bay lifestyle and a custom Carolina boat company.    

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Neuse River Fishing Report – Feburary 22 2018

Hickory and American shad are pushing up the Neuse River in numbers. Typical holding areeas in the Vanceboro and Kinston areas are all producing...