Captain Taylor Richardson

Captain Richardson has spent time throughout his life fishing these waters. Through 15+ years of being on the water and looking for the next trophy fish, I invite you aboard.

Captain Taylor Richardson is an Army Veteran and has worked in Public Safety for over 11 years. His passion for fishing and service to the public has been nothing shy of rewarding.

Why do you do this job?

“I love being on the water as well as being social. I have always wanted fishing to be more than just a hobby and be able to teach and pass along what others have passed on to me.

This is the one path that is true to the saying… If you love what you do, you will never work a day in your life…despite the frustrating days on the water, it’s well worth it.”

What to expect from a day on the water with Captain Taylor?

“Most people would pin me as a fun, family oriented and laid back guy. I never guarantee anything but will promise to show you a great time and put as many fish in the boat as possible! Whether this is your first trip or you’re a seasoned sportsman, you will enjoy yourself!

Remember, a bad day fishing off the Coast Of Maine is always better than one spent on land.”

USCG Captain, Registered Maine Tidewater Guide and Paramedic.

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Maine Guide
Paramedic

Captain Chris Perkins

Chris Perkins, a native from Newburyport, MA, holds a USCG Unlimited license and has been in the commercial fishing industry for 35+ years.

His maritime experience started at just two days old when his grandfather took him on his first bluefin tuna trip. That has led him to the successful career in running boats anywhere from Alaska, Massachusetts, Virginia and back into Maine in vessels from 18ft up to 300ft+.

Captain Chris is truly a one of kind captain when it comes to the offshore fishing game, especially when it comes to angling for Giant Bluefin. You will be hard pressed to find a true commercial fishing community in New England that does not know this man and his many talents.