Frequency Asked Questions

Q: Do you have a bathroom?
A: Yes

Q: Do you have Wi-Fi?
A: No

Q: Is there parking?
A: Yes, there is plenty of parking in the lot; either on the pavement or in the dirt lot.

Q: Can you customize a trip?
A: You provide us what your dream trip would be, and we will make it come true to the best of our ability.

Q: How many passengers are allowed?

A: The US Coast Guard regulates our vessel at 6 fishermen.
Q: What do I wear?
A: Dress in layers as if you are going on an all-day hike that ends in high elevation.

Q: What is your drug policy?
A: We are governed by federal law which states that all drugs, including marijuana, are prohibited. Any violation of this policy will be grounds for the trip to be terminated by the captain without refund.


 Q: What type of fishing licenses do I need?
A: The boat and captain hold the licenses for all passengers. Just bring yourselves and a great attitude.

Q: What can I keep?
A: As long as your catch is within the size limit and is in season, you can keep them all. The captain and crew will cut and clean the fish you wish to keep.

Q: What about the “Tunah?!”
A: If a tuna is caught while you have chartered our boat and the tuna is sold, you will receive 10% of the sale – not to exceed $1,200.00.

Q: Do we go in the rain?
A: We go rain or shine. Wind is what keeps us in.

Q: Do we tip the crew?
A: The crew works hard. They put in long days to make sure the boat is prepared ahead of your arrival and provide you with excellent service throughout your trip (and a bit of comic relief at times). If our crew provides quality service, a 20% tip of the cost of the trip is customary.

Q: What is the cancelation policy?
A: The captain reserves the right to keep a deposit with less than 48-hour notice of cancellation.