Captain Tim has had his own experience with other charter boat captains that care little for what their customers think.
Because they get most of their business from people who walk up to the dock hoping to get captain that will treat them right.
Rarely will get they get that experience because in a tourist town, they know there will be more anonymous walk up customers tomorrow, no matter what bad review an unhappy customer may leave for them.
Charter Boat Miss Rachel takes a different tack in that regard. Captain Tim wants to see you again next year.
That is why he treats you like family when you are aboard and goes the extra mile, like cooking brats on the grill to start the day, and doing the same thing with extra fish while at sea (this is totally legal and Captain Tim has one of the only boats in town with a grill on the deck).
Whether it’s your first time with Captain Tim or if you are a repeat charter fishing customer, you will be getting the most in local hospitality by a charter captain that actually cares about your experience.
No matter what your target species may be for the day, you will start fishing when you pass through the jetties.
If you plan to snapper fish in deeper water, you will not want to miss a chance to make a catch of other fish while you are on your way there.
In the spring time, Spanish Mackerel, Kingfish and Cobia are all available to catch, and these fish are all caught while trolling as opposed to other methods if fishing.
Why other captains do not do this is something we have been asking ourselves for years.
It only makes sense to make the most of your time on the boat and that why you will drop lines on the way to the fishing grounds.
So get ready because when we hit the pass on your charter trip, you will be fishing and you will be fishing all day long rather than riding from one spot to another.