Pacific Charter Services invites you on a deep sea fishing adventure in Coos Bay and Charleston, Oregon. They offer exclusive fishing trips for the whole family and provide a personalized service to each person in your party. The charter is operated by Captain Curt Shoults who has fished these waters for over 45 years and is one of the best guides in this area.
You can take a variety of specialized trips depending on the time of the year and the species you want to fish for. From a variety of rockfish and Lingcod, via Salmon and Tuna, to Crabbing. You can travel as far as 10 to 15 miles up and down the nearshore waters while on the hunt for the largest Lingcod and rockfish species.
Pacific Charter Services will take you out on a 30-foot Kingfisher Coastal Express saltwater fishing boat, originally built in 2016. This new beauty is powered by two 150 HP Mercury engines that make it steady and fast on the water. The vessel has a capacity for up to 6 guests meaning there will be no crowds and every person on board will get personal service and have a better experience. The boat has a heated cabin which is a huge plus on the colder days.
Your day will start with a check-in at the Pacific Charter Services’ office 30 minutes prior to departure, where you can enjoy a fresh cup of coffee while reviewing your upcoming charter activities. Once you trip starts, you will receive nothing but the best guide service and friendly hospitality, all in a safe environment.
Pacific Charter Services will provide you with the rods, reels, tackle, and bait. You are responsible for obtaining a valid fishing license and/or a shellfish license if you are going crabbing. The crew suggests you dress in layers and be prepared for all kinds of weather. You are welcome to bring a small ice chest with your snacks and drinks.
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Catch cleaning & filleting
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About this listing
Kingfisher Coastal Express (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 2016. Powered by 2 150HP Mercury engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 30 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since March 2017