The "Seaducer" is a 52 foot custom build by Jake Evans. She has a spacious air-conditioned cabin boasting plenty of comfortable seating with a nice eating area and a microwave. You will find clean restrooms as well. A Cat C18 1150 hp engine will get you to the action quickly and Chris will see that you are rigged and ready when you get there. Whether you prefer a light tackle challenge, kite fishing, or bottom fishing, Chris and Captain David are experienced in all offshore fishing techniques and will tailor the trip to make your day as fun and as memorable as possible! The "Seaducer" has 3 chairs in the cockpit, ready for you to fight your catch of a lifetime!! So, if you're looking to haul in some meat to take home or fishing for a billfish, step aboard the "Seaducer" and travel out to the Gulf Stream and experience the best sportfishing on the east coast with Captain David and Chris!
Caterpiller C18ACERT 1150 horsepower diesel (Fast, quiet, and smoke-free!)
Tower with Controls
Electronic Docking Station
Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)
King Mackerel (Kingfish)
When Captain David Daniels tells you he started from the bottom and worked his way up, he's not kidding. In the early days of his career, he began as a free-lance mate and when he wasn't on the water, you could find Captain David in a shop underneath a boat, doing painting and whatever was needed to keep a vessel in top notch shape. Captain David has mated for some of the top captains in the Outer Banks, learning the charter fishing business from all angles. He eventually purchased his own boat, which he operates today and has another one of the hardest-working mates in the business, Chris Brethauer.
A Word from the Captain: "I have been hooked on fishing from an early age instilled by my father, and not many things make me happier now than helping fathers and mothers pass the love for fishing to their children. I have 25 years of experience starting as a mate and working my way up to Captain and owner of the Seaducer. I could tell you about all the fish I have caught and all my experience, but that would kind of useless since yesterday’s fish can’t be caught today. Let’s go catch some fish and make some stories!
P.S. My mate, the assistant coach, believes bananas are bad luck..... so be a team member and leave the bananas at home.