Charter Boat - Wild Frontier | Published by: Clem Carter | Skipper of: Wild Frontier

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Clem Carter

Boat Details

TypeSouth Boats 11 metre Cat
PowerTwin Iveco 330 hp Turbo diesels
LicenceMCA 60 miles
Persons12 + Crew

Contact Details

Phone07967 029031
Mobile07967 029031

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Wild Frontier Blog   Updated 30th Jul 2018

Wild Frontier 2018 Prices

Individuals - - - £55 Inshore. £75 Wrecking

Whole Boat Inshore Fishing - - - £550 inshore reefs and banks

Whole Boat Wreck Fishing - - - £750 offshore wrecking

Wild Frontier 2

Wild Frontier 2 is designed by Clem and built using local SouthCat expertise to an exceptional standard. She is an 11 metre South Cat. She is a purpose built angling catamaran.

Clem is an ex commercial fisherman of Weymouth and has unparalleled knowledge of local conditions, local tides and seasons.

He is committed to safety first and the boat reflects this in its immaculate condition and the highest maintenance standards. Alll equipment aboard is the highest spec with no corners cut.

Wild Frontier 2 marks the culmination of a life dedicated to being at sea. It is our absolute committment to providing the BEST day out of Weymouth, Portland and the Channnel Islands.

We look forward to welcoming you.

A few of Wild Frontier 2's outstanding features:
* Walk-round wheelhouse - more space = fewer tangles.
* Outside seating for 12. Inside seating.
* Purpose built ice hold to keep fish fresh. Ice supplied from our own machine.
* Highest level of maintenance and cleanliness - better performance and experience for anglers. Safety first.
* Complete respect and care for your catch. All fish filleted to a very high standard and stored carefully for the duration of the trip.

2018 key tides are updated : diary is open and bookings are happening fast. 2019 Diary is now open.

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Skippers Blog


Alderney Season is here

Wild Frontier has begun the annual Channel Island trips with nice results on the flat fish.

Heading across the Channel is a great invitation to switch off the mobile phone and truly escape.

The weather is usually better and we encourage all our anglers to enjoy the bars, restaurants, beaches and unique island living on our trips.

If you are considering a trip with us, do call - 07967 029031 - we can help with accommodation and all aspects of planning.

Happy Angling!

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Legendary Lloyd Saunders from Dartmouth

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Jeff - 12lb Turbot


**Fantastic Inshore Fishing**

Superb conditions after a long windy wait to the start to the inshore season.
Flat and calm seas produced great fish and good sport angling. Check out the blue skies in Weymouth and check out the updated calender to ensure your space aboard Wild Frontier 2.

** Couple of key dates in July have become available - showing on our Deepsea Calender - these spaces wont hang around - 07967 029031 to reserve your space and enjoy 2018 Summer Season with us.***

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John Dory - 6lb and 2oz

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Lovely Black Bream for Rich

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Nice 10lb Pollack



Wild Frontier 2 is raring to go after a major clean-up over March.
We have some rare Easter availability come up and you are invited to join us wreck fishing on the following days:
Friday 30th March, Easter Sunday 1st April, Easter Monday 2nd April.
Buzz Clem on 07967 029031 or reply to to book..
These spaces won't hang around - book them NOW!

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Blog image All fish landed on the boat will be skilfully filleted

...and, where necessary, placed on ice made by us, for that is service!

We have invested in an ice machine at home and we can deliver to the boat - this works really well for longer, multi day trips and is a MUST on all Alderney/Channel Island adventures!

Your catch is our priority and we treat all the fish landed with the utmost respect, care and attention. This matters!

**Spaces next week - Tuesday 8th and Thursday 10th March.
07967 029031 or


A few images here to give you an idea of the type of fishing to be expected on an average Channel Island Trip. A typical trip will be 4 or 5 days long. We leave Weymouth and head to the wrecks in the Channel. Evenings are spent ashore in the great little bars and restaurants of the island and crashing out in an island B+B - although great self catering options are available. Depending on the time of year, we explore the grounds around Alderney and Guernsey during the days. All fish is kept fresh and in great condition on ice in our purpose built fish hold. We skilfully fillet all catch for table on the journey home to Weymouth. We have availability and would love to welcome you!

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Clive Axhorn from Southend proud of his 14lb Turbot

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Simon showing off his 12lb Undulate Ray

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14lb Pollack landed by Darren on the Channel wrecks.

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...and another lovely Turbot

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... Cod on the the wrecks.


Thank you so much to everyone who has supported Wild Frontier 2 this Easter - we have enjoyed some great fishing with superb weather conditions making for some memorable days at sea. There are still some dates available but they won't hang around - check out the calendar and get booking - it will be great to welcome you aboard.

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Dale modelling his Wild Frontier hoody, available in all sizes, not just Dale's size!

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Great tasting red gurnard.

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.. areal variety. Bream here.

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Flatties on the Shambles Bank.

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..and some decent sized specimens.


Blog image We are always grateful for Allan Yate's trip out in January - it marks the start to the year and he is always happy to share the experience with readers. His report of fishing last week is below. Alan has a great website promoting his lures.. Seabooms.

Enjoy the read and book up soon - the 2017 diary is filling up: 07967 029031 or

'First trip out of Weymouth 2017 wrecking onboard Wild Frontier II with skipper Clem Carter and his crewman Reed. Criteria for the day was to trial some new lure designs in UV colours to see how they fish on the Pollock, I was also going to try out the new underwater cameras. Fishing was slow in the morning and it took off early afternoon after skipper Clem Carter moved us onto more productive wrecks and one that produced some nice ling and mine fell to a new pattern Fast Tail in UV red and yellow. Third wreck we found more Pollock plenty of them too and my results tested out the new small Maggot lures AND fish of the day a chunky double figure Pollock was taken on the new Maggot lure to MOI so a nice result for a new lure. Great bunch of guys to fish with and some of the guys were on day two of their weekend fishing break and they had a good result again. Plenty of fish for the freezers all expertly filleted by skipper Clem assisted by crewman Reed who also showed his new skills preparing the fish for us. If today is anything to go by for 2017 wrecking then it could be a really good fishing year to look forward to Oh and no the cameras didn't get tested so will have to book another trip as soon as to give them a go. Images from the day enjoy what we enjoyed.'



Thank you Allan Yate for sharing your day out aboard Wild Frontier 2 and a bigger thumbs up for supporting Weymouth port - we are a tight and supportive community proud of the expertise and good times to be shared out on the water - please find below Allan's latest review - we cant say it better ourselves!

'Disappointment that turned to elation out on Wild Frontier II from Weymouth skippered by Clem Carter. The trip plan was mid channel wrecking to find some early Cod but it was changed to inshore for the Bream, a good call for us in the end and reason was the May bloom that so colours the water it was totally un-economical to venture out mid channel for possibly only a few to no fish at all. Day started wet with rain which soon cleared and the sun shone for us, another bonus was we arrived at the mark far quicker than steaming out miles to the wrecks so more fishing time. Bream started to show which were good sized 3 - 4lbs and during the day plenty were taken with undersized returned to fight another day. Fishing at anchor bores the Ass off me to be honest which is why I very rarely do it I much prefer drift fishing keeps me more occupied BUT!! yesterday my boredom turned to excitement when I got into what turned out to be a really well marked Undulate Ray and of good size on my really light spinning kit set up for Breaming. Skipper Clem Carter had just come up front were I was fishing to let out more anchor rope and the Ray took off fortunately the tide had eased right off so it was tackle versus fish without adding in tidal flow to allow the fish to kite. With great weather and good fishing plus meeting some of the anglers from my FB friends for the first time it turned out to be a really great day and Weymouth Rocks !! Again, never get bored saying that. Here are some images of the Bream taken and my Undulate of course, even the skipper got in on the act enjoying a spot of fishing in between his other duties looking after the anglers and why not.'



....with perhaps some of THE very best conditions yet - we are truly grateful to our regular angler, Allan Yates, who fished on Saturday for this report.

'Fishing is always a good day and today was an exceptionally good day out of Weymouth on board Wild Frontier II with skipper Clem Carter and a crew of dedicated anglers all but one I’ve fished with before so if we find the fish these chaps will do the business. Lousy drive down in the early hours due to heavy fog and steaming out to the first wreck the channel was a tad misty but calm and no winds. By the time we arrived on the first mark the sun was making an appearance and with the first drift fish were on so it was all starting to look rather like a good day. Some real clonkers were arriving on board and many double figure fish were taken using a variety of lures in various colours with the favourites, blue white, pearl white and rhubarbs leading the pack. We stayed on one wreck all day with fish on every drift and even as the tide slackened they still where on the take with various full house drifts. Plenty of fish for the freezers, plenty of practice for me ready for Norway next week and even caught some sun. If you could pre order your days fishing and weather to suit this would be what you would be asking for it doesn’t get any better than this. These images are a full house every angler on the boat with a fish and even The Poser !! Clem Carter got in on the act with a real fat girl and why not he found the fish for us on every drift thanks to GPS and a skipper who knows how to use it. I was even treated to a glorious sunset over the marina eating my fish and chips BLISS… Weymouth Rocks AGAIN !! I’ll add a PS to this skipper Clem Carter filleted and prepped all the catch on the way in as the auto pilot well Deano sat in the hot seat !'

THANK YOU Allan - please visit Allan's site



Fantastic days fishing on Friday - super Pollock being landed with weights including 17 and 19.5 lbs.

As you guys know, all fish is filleted to a high standard for the plate or freezer on the way in harbour and is treated with utmost respect by skipper and crew. Ice can be arranged and delivered to the boat as we have invested in an ice machine at home. The whole day out from start to finish is geared around the anglers needs and expectations. We have built a great boat and are proud to share it with you.

***WEDNESDAY 24th FEBRUARY is the next Pollock fishing trip ***

Call Clem 07967 029031 or e-mail to book your space.

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Mrs Clem - October 2015

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Ross on Wye Sea Angling Club

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Plenty of Bream Inshore

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Undulate Ray - September 2015

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