You’ll be anything but blue as you sail through Memphis and beyond with Fish Memphis Guide Service. Traverse up to 50 miles of the famed Mississippi River to put some Catfish on the table, while also having the chance to test your strength against some trophy-sized monsters.
Let Captain Danny Paccasassi take you to the most productive spots. His passion for fishing started at the age of 5 when he went on his first trip. A professional firefighter, he works his love around his work, and hopes to show each customer why he fell in love with the sport on these very waters.
Drift along the river aboard a 24’ SeaArk ProCat 240 dual console. This powerful boat was only built in 2016 and still oozes the sense of brand newness. Fitted with plenty of seats for up to 3 guests, you’ll be in comfort throughout as you reach speeds of 40 knots thanks to the 225 HP Suzuki engine.
Built with fishing in mind, she features a fishfinder and GPS to get you right on top of the fish, along with a livewell to keep your bait fresh. Capt. Danny has even installed a wireless trolling motor for you to use in the shallow waters. Creep up close to your prey without making a peep, before luring them in.
Using live and cut bait, you’ll attract the bite of all sizes. Flatheads, Blues, and even Channel Catfish can be found in these productive waters. You’ll drift down the river trying to catch the bite of smaller fish on light tackle, while using heavier tackle will enable you to fish the bottom of the river for monster-sized beauties.
With trips running in the morning, afternoon, and night, there’s no reason not to come aboard. Capt. Danny has you all taken care of, all you need to do is grab your fishing license – online or in a local Bass Pro shop. Bring some snacks and drinks aboard and store it in the cooler, and settle in for an incredible day’s fishing with Fish Memphis Guide Service.
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SeaArk ProCat 240 (Dual console) originally built in 2016. Powered by a 225HP Suzuki engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 40 knots.