Juro, we didn't camp out there, so I don't really know what the deal is with camping, especially out where the albie fishing is('the hook'). I know the allow camping on other parts of the island, but the hook is somewhat restricted(no oversand vehicles) so i don't know if camping is restricted too.
The shuttle will take you right to the hook for an additional fee, usually it's $15-$20 a head to get out there, but it seems pretty arbitrary, one day we got charged $30 a head just because the place we were going with knew that the other ferries weren't running that day. Bottom line: the ferry situation is pretty much the antithesis of what you'd expect if you're used to the orderly way in which the rip ryder is run. One of the ferry drivers was notorious for just not showing up at work some days.