Charter Boat: Sea-Juicer

Boat and Skipper Details

Licensed For: up to 12 passengers
Code Of Practice: CAT 2 - 60 Miles
Hours: 3hr / 4hr / 5hr / 8hr / 9hr / 10hr / 12hr / Multiple Days Trips
Type of Fishing: Deepwater reef / inshore / general / competition angling & spieces Hunts from marks in the eastern solent & south of the IOW
Tackle Available: Yes - Contact Skipper
Bait Available: Yes - Contact Skipper
Boat Specification: Sea-Juicer is fast fully equipped 38ft bullet with a large cockpit & full range of latest electronic Equipment, Fully insured with a 60 mile cat 2 operating license powered by a single Iveco 550Hp Engine cruising at around 16knts fully loaded
Additional Description:

Sea-Juicer provides Quality sea angling Trips & boat charters from a marina berth in Portsmouth harbour on the South Coast, Sea-juicer Caters for all types of anglers from total beginners to the most experienced, Individuals, Groups, & not forgetting the lady anglers are all welcome. The Boat is sponsored by Andys Bait so Rods Reels & bait supplied are of the highest quality. helping to improve your chance of catching the BIG ONE !!!!!. Cups of Tea / Coffee are supplied free & not in short quantities. also aboard is a clean toilet . i am licensed for 12 anglers but i only fish a maximum of 10 giving you that bit of extra space.


Sea-Juicer Skipper Rob Hickin's Photo
About the Skipper:

Rob is a friendly helpful owner/skipper who likes to have a good Laugh & light hearted banter. Rob is also a very keen angler himself, he has won various angling championships & finished in the top ten of the UK Boat Fishing League for five consecutive years, he has a great knowledge & experience of the local waters which he has been fishing for over 50yrs. Rob is always on hand to offer advice on tactics & what terminal tackle is considered best.

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  • 5-star mick barry (18/06/2017)

    Cheers Rob, what a cracking day, plenty of smoothounds, and tope, rays, mackerel, and not to forget the doggies, your tips and advice, were spot on as usual, and your help for the less experienced was as usual non stop, looking forward to the next one, see you soon.

  • 5-star mick barry (21/05/2017)

    Cheers Rob, for a cracking days fishing. Plenty of smoothounds to keep everyone on thier toes, including some nice doubles. Also good that there was still plenty of bream around, along with pout and doggies. Weather was brilliant, and thanks for all your help with the two newbies, who both enjoyed the day

    Skippers Reponse: Cheers Mick
    Your crew always welcome See you next month

  • 5-star Jim Bater (19/12/2016)

    Yet another brilliant day out with rob, had conger eels, pollack, spurdogs, bull huss, smoothound, bass, undulate rays and the usual pout and dogfish. As always Rob was very helpful with tips on how to catch.

    Skippers Reponse: Cheers jim
    Good to see you catch a few nice fish you certainly put in the effort

  • 5-star mick barry (11/12/2016)

    Cheers Rob, a cracking winter days fishing, calm sea and some nice sunshine, plenty of fish for everyone, unfortunately no cod, but plenty of whiting, poting, congers, 1 thornbask and 3 nice bass best one for Dan at over 9 pounds.

  • 5-star Rafi Karasiewicz (19/11/2016)

    Thanks Robin!We were really enjoyed the day plenty of boats around us and looks like we were the only one to pull out the fishes. I'm not sure if that was our luck or Rob knowledge.?Will call you soon definitely! Polecam wszystkim wędkarzom! Rafi

    Skippers Reponse: Cheers Rafi
    Nice to meet your group & plenty of quality fish onboard good anglers always helps. hope to see you soon .

Bait & Tackle

Latest Catches 221 photos uploaded

Pete Evans

14 lb Pollock

Gary Rickards

16 lb 6 oz Cod

Simon Uzzell

14 lb 10 oz Cod


15 lb 12 oz Undulate Ray


11 lb Cod

Lee The Badge

18 lb Undulate Ray


8 lb Bass


16 lb Undulate Ray


10 lb 8 oz Thornback Ray


1 lb Mackerel


10 lb Stingray (Common)


18 lb Smooth-hound (Common)


17 lb Undulate Ray


2 lb Black Sea Bream


14 lb Smooth-hound (Common)


2 lb 8 oz Plaice


Latest Fishing Reports

  • 12/2017 Fishing Report by Rob Hickin

    Dec 2017 by Rob Hickin

    A wet & Windy Few Months so many trips cancelled

    Cod fishing the poorest for many years but the ones we managed to land were nice size fish along with good double figure Pollack & lots of congers to 30lb . The whiting didnt let the fishing Down with plenty of fish up to the 3lb Mark so it wasn't all bad

    The boat Cod Pool only reached £440 this year but a fine 16lb -8oz Fish For Garry Rickards took 1st place .

    Hopefully will get out on a few more dates in January but this will focus mainly on whiting inshore & Spurs & bull Huss off Shore

    I have spaces for Individuals on dates this month ( See Calendar )

    If you're interested please give me a call or text on 07919 102069

    Happy New Year

  • 20/08/2017 Fishing Report by Mike Willmott

    20 Aug 2017 by Mike Willmott

    Went out on Sunday on Rob Hickin's Sea Juice. The plan was to do a days basing so on the way out we stopped to pick up some mackerel for live bait. Rob suggested that we put the anchor in until the tide was running well enough to drift for the bass. The 9 of us enjoyed a couple of hrs of general fishing and continuing to pick up live bai. Then it was time to go after what we were all after so up anchor and travel a further 4 miles out until we reached Robs selected spot. Over the next couple of hours we all caught our single bass to keep and returning a number of smaller hungry bass to fight on a different day. The bass were averaging around 4 to 5 lbs with the biggest weighing in at 8lb. We finished off we an hour of general ground fishing then set off for home all very satisfied with our days fishing. I can certainly highly recommend Rob he is a great skipper with a great sense of humour. Try his site for individual days or to hire his boat.

  • 18/05/2017 Fishing Report by Kevin Charman

    18 May 2017 by Kevin Charman

    Hi Rob,
    Heart felt thanks for an amazing day.
    Your relaxed style helped set the mood for an unforgetable day.
    Excellent tackle, bait and regular cups of tea helped us all catch PB's. We have all learnt new skills.
    We saw 9 species landed (including a 14lb Smothhound and doule figure rays). You constantly predicted what we could catch next.
    We look forward to our next trip with you soon. Kevin (Ken).

  • 12/2016 Fishing Report by Rob Hickin

    Dec 2016 by Rob Hickin

    Fishing has picked up well during November with good size Whiting to 2.5lb turning up in the eastern solent along with some bigger Cod,
    On Deep water marks Cod ,Bullhuss , Spurs , Congers to 35lb seem to have switched to their winter feed up .some days they are becoming a nuisance as other fish not getting a chance on the baits .but cant complain they still put a nice bend in the rod . best Cod to date a nice 24lb for Aidan which fell to a dirty squid bait.

    Things should continue to improve for December lets hope the weather is kind & i can get offshore on the Small tides for Blondes Spurs & Bull Huss along with the bigger Cod & no doubt Congers

    The .Solent should continue to produce good bags of whiting along with the cod

    I have dates / spaces available for Groups & Individuals see my calendar for details

  • 10/2016 Fishing Report by Rob Hickin

    Oct 2016 by Rob Hickin

    Fishing starting to improve inshore with Cod around 10lb showing in the Solent along with the whiting which should improve in size in the coming weeks . Offshore still a bit hit & Miss but some nice fish turning up . on the next set of neap tides should see some improvement with Cod & conger putting in good appearance . Best baits normal for this time of year Black lug squid & cuttlefish