Charter rules;

Please read carefully and understand these policies:

  1. If you cancel a charter at least 14 days prior to the charter, you will be refunded 100% (less credit card fees and services)
  2. If you cancel within 7 days of your trip, or you are a no show, you will not be refunded unless we can rebook the seat.
  3. You will be refunded 100% if we have to cancel due to weather or mechanical problems before leaving port.
  4. In the event you have had bad luck (i.e. mechanical, tunnel openings, weather, etc.) we will try, to the best of our abilities.
  5. If mechanical problems arise before we reach the fishing grounds, you will be refunded 100%.
  6. We cannot guarantee a group exclusive access to a vessel unless you or your party buys the whole boat. We try not to mix parties, but sometimes it is necessary to fill the boat.
  7. You will be charged a 7% cancellation fee if you’ve paid by credit card and require a refund for any reason. No cancellation fee will be charged on refunds of payment by cash.

A 25% deposit is required to reserve a date. Payment must be received in full prior to departure.

In order to facilitate things on the day of your trip, please make an effort to pay prior to arriving in Whittier and to bring your receipt. It’s best to PURCHASE YOUR FISHING LICENSE before arriving in Whittier. Fishing licenses can be difficult to find early in the morning in Whittier. Forgetting a fishing license will likely cut your trip short, by at least an hour. We do offer licensing on-board the Wildlife, but again, this does take time out of your charter.

On the morning of your trip, you will travel through the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel at 6:30 AM and head straight into Whittier. The tunnel operates for 15 minutes in each direction. If you’re late, you’ll have to wait an hour for the next opening. Call when you get through the tunnel and we will instruct you to where to meet us.

Losing time in Whittier cuts down on your trip time. Once you find me, I can help with figuring out the unloading and parking situation. I prefer to be out of the harbor by 7 AM.

Other policies on

Yes, you can drink on my boat, but if you do I have the the right to stop fishing at any time that I feel someone is too drunk to be on the water. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. I will cut the lines and turn the boat around for Whittier. We are all out there to have fun, but the safety of everyone on board is my responsibility. **No Illegal Activity or Drug Use will be tolerated at any time.**
Please bring what you want, but I do ask that you keep it to a minimum. Space is tight on all boats so 1 small to midsize cooler is best, not 2 or 3.
Personal Fishing Gear
We prefer that guests leave their personal fishing gear at home. I supply all the gear and gadgets that you will need.
Camera and Video Gear
There is an inverter installed for those of you who need it to charge your batteries.
I love kids! It can be hard on them and that makes it hard on you. You know what that means, they don't have fun so you don't have fun. *Please keep that in mind*. I do ask that if you bring them that sometime during the day you give up some of your fishing time and let me put them on some Black Bass. This will make their day, Trust Me. When booking, please let me know if you intend to bring children.