Capt. Mike Harris
Capt. Chris Mills
Captain Chris Mills is a longtime resident of Calvert County and currently calls North Beach home with his wife Dawn and son Tyler. Chris has more than 20 years of experience working on charter boats. For several years, he spent most of his time on Captain Ed O'Brien's "Semper Fidelis" and became a Coast Guard Certified Captain in 2007. Chris lives by the hard-to-argue-with motto: "Life is Good." Especially when it comes to spending a day on the Chesapeake Bay.
Capt. Damon K. Williams
Born and raised in Calvert County and growing up in Chesapeake Beach, Captain Damon has been making his living in the Chesapeake Bay Outdoors for three decades. Fresh out of school Captain Damon bought his first commercial license and charter boat, the Rockhound, from the family of famed lure maker Captain Arden Cather. Since then, Captain Damon has operated his boats from Massachusetts to Florida. Captain Damon holds a USCG Masters License, MD State Fishing Guide License, MD Outfitters License, and NOAA’s Highly Migratory Species Charter Permit.
Capts. Justin Tackett & Ken Tackett
Join Captain Ken or Justin Tackett aboard the “Day Dreamer,” a tremendous boat that takes on large head sea with ease. Its large cockpit is equipped with A/C and state-of-the-art electronics, and offers plenty of room to maneuver when the action gets intense.
Capt. Marcus Wilson
Years ago, in his mid-20s, Captain Marcus Wilson started fishing on the Bay with his dad like many a young Captain. More recently, he gained experience working as a mate on some of the best charter boats in the mid-Bay area. He's had the opportunity to fish with Drew Payne on the “Worm,” Marty Simounet on the “Kyran Lynn,” Eddie Green on the “Plumb Crazy,” and Jamey Danford on “Kelly D.” Now Captain Marcus has his own boat and is excited to build his own charter business.
Capt. Charlie Marenka
At 50 feet, the “Jennifer Ann” is a big, comfortable boat with plenty of headroom and loads of experience at the helm with Captain Charlie Marenka. In addition to being a U.S. Army veteran and retired DC fireman, Charlie has decades of fishing wisdom under his belt and is here to make your day on the Bay a memorable one.
Capt. Marty Simounet
Step aboard the “Kyran Lynn” with Captain Marty Simounet and crew for a fun-filled day of Chesapeake fishing. Watch the sun pop over the horizon as you head to the local fishing grounds. Then feel the excitement build as you wait for Capt. Marty to signal "lines in," and compete to be the angler in your party who catches the biggest fish.
Capt. Chris Coleman
Chris Coleman grew up fishing with his father at the age of 7. Chis has been a licensed charter boat captain for 27 years. When he is not fishing, he can be found at the firehouse where he has been a firefighter for the last 30 years.
Capt. Ed Green Jr.
Captain Eddie Green Jr. is a fisherman. Period. Or should we say, exclamation point. His passion for fishing is matched by a long track record exploring the Chesapeake—including growing up working with his dad on the "Why Not" and 13 successful years on his former "Bay Raider." Plumb crazy for fishing? You bet.
Captain Bill Zimmerman
Captain Bill Zimmerman has been fishing in the Chesapeake Bay and the Florida Keys for over 36 years. He is extremely knowledgeable of the middle Bay fishing areas. Capt. Bill will provide you with an enjoyable day (or evening) on the Bay. His excellent knowledge of the area will get you on fish such as rockfish (stripers), bluefish, spanish mackerel, croaker, perch, spot, drum, and flounder. If they are out there and biting, he will find them.
Capt. Wayne Schuhart
Captain Wayne Schuhart has been fishing the Chesapeake Bay since he was in his teens. Whether it's trolling for Trophy Rockfish or live lining for smaller summertime rock, Captain Wayne will make sure you have a fishing day to remember. He holds a 100-Ton Near Coastal U.S.C.G. Master Captain’s license and an advanced degree in going the extra mile.