Halibut and Salmon Charter Boats

F/V Nauti-Lady

Our 50′ Delta, the “NAUTI-LADY”, is a USCG licensed and inspected vessel and a very comfortable fishing boat with plenty of walk around space for fishing. The “Nauti-Lady” is turbo charged and one of the best riding 50’s in the harbor since she is one of the only 50’s with a 6 foot draft and a full keel that makes her a very safe and very seaworthy boat in all weather conditions. She has inside seating for all with tables so you can eat your lunch and travel in a heated cabin. There is a ladies room and men’s room on board.

The “Nauti-Lady” is booked up to 17 passengers only . We don’t like to crowd the boat and normally she averages between 8-12 passengers a trip. We include trained deckhands and carefully provide you with excellent service while on board. We accept reservations for 1 to 17 people and group rates are available.

Reserve your seat(s) in advance so you can be a “Happy Hooker” on the “Nauti-Lady” this season! Your captain John Phillips is out to make your day a memorable one so all you’ll want to do is fish with Bob’s Trophy Charters! He has been fishing out of Homer for over 20 years and has a following of anglers who just love to fish just with him!

F/V Tuff Stuff

Our 6 pack, the “TUFF STUFF” is a 35′ Bertram which is well-known for being very stable in all types of weather to give you a good comfortable ride. She is powered by well-maintained twin Cummins 330HP diesels. The “Tuff Stuff” is a heavy boat- hence its name- and has a 13.3 foot beam with plenty of room for fishing. She has inside seating for up to 6 anglers in a heated cabin with a clean and working marine toilet. Your captain, Cory DeCook is young and energetic, sure to make your charter a lot of fun! Cory is an experienced outdoorsman with a passion for fishing. With a 50 ton Masters near coastal USCG license, he has spent a great deal of time on the water and really loves fishing and boating. Captain Cory says he gets a great deal of pleasure taking anglers out to enjoy fishing as much as he does! He also enjoys meeting new people who come to Alaska to fish from all around the country, and from around the world to experience Alaska. He has spent a great deal of his time exploring the fishing grounds in Cook Inlet and Kachemak Bay and knows where to look in his secret spots for success, putting in his best effort every day to find you a great catch to take home and savor. Captain Cory lives in Homer full-time. You will enjoy your fun-filled fishing charter with our very hard working and professional Captain Cory at the helm!

The Tuff Stuff is equipped with deep sea bottom fishing gear so you can land those mighty Halibut as well as the trolling gears, downriggers, structure scanning sonar and light tackle needed for you to boat King Salmon and/or Silver Salmon when in season. With their skills, Captain Cory and his deckhand work hard with their anglers, sending lots of smiles home with their catch of the day! Captain Cory takes pride helping others fulfill their dreams on the trip of a lifetime. No matter what the fishery, the captain and crew take their fishing seriously so you can leave pleased about your day’s excursion and productivity. The “Tuff Stuff” will even make you feel strong and sturdy when you go out to successfully fish, fish, and catch! Book the “Tuff Stuff” early to get the date of your choice with Captain Cory!

F/V Kachemak King

The “KACHEMAK KING” is a 37′ Tollycraft, a V-hull with a 13.2 wide beam which provides more fishing room onboard. The “Kachemak King” is a sturdy ocean going vessel that runs with twin 355 John Deere engines.

Your Captain, Mike Crawford holds a 100 ton Masters USCG License and is an avid fisherman who has been prowling the Alaskan waters since 2012 chasing Halibut, Salmon, Lingcod and Rockfish. His goal is not only to be productive catching fish but to create a memorable Alaskan fishing trip for everyone. He is very energetic, knowledgeable and friendly. Prior to moving to Alaska, he was first a tournament winning charter captain for dolphin and swordfish in the Florida Keys and then a prized commercial fisherman. Mike grew up in the Redlands hunting and fishing in the everglades and came to Alaska looking for more adventure! He will be running all types of full day fishing trips including long range day trips, as well as multi-day, long range overnight charters where you eat and sleep out on the boat and spend more time fishing in the better fishing areas. Captain Mike has a great deal of pride in all he does and is extremely enthusiastic about joining our team. Let us know your pleasure and we will be happy to set you up with a great adventure on the “Kachemak King” with Captain Mike!

F/V Daze Off

The “DAZE OFF” is the fastest boat in our fleet running at an easy 22 knots in good weather. The “Daze Off” is 30′ and was built by Bay Weld Boats a local company who specializes in top of the line aluminum boats. The “Daze Off” is a Custom Bay Weld boat and has two 225 HP Honda outboards and has an on board toilet and plenty of space for up to 6 passengers. We recommend the “Daze Off” for anglers who want to get there, and get there fast, on a boat that can handle nearly anything our waters can throw at it.

Your captains will be Willey Beachy and Mitch Field. Mitch Field brings over 12 years of commercial fishing experience operating 100 ton boats in the commercial salmon and crab fisheries as well as being one of the best deckhands you can find in Alaska.  Mitch holds a 100 Ton Master license and a 200 Ton Mate license with the US Coast Guard.

Willey Beachy is a local who knows exactly where the fish are and how to catch them and brings a lifetime of fishing experience in our waters. Willey also carries a OEPV 6 pack license with the US Coast Guard. Having two captains on board, pays off when you want to get serious and catch some good fish.

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Send us an email or call us at 907-235-6544 we will be more than happy to show you Alaska and take you fishing! Trusted Site Seal

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