The Captains

The captain at Naples Fishing Boat holding a yellowfin tuna he caught on a private fishing trip

Capt. Hunter Robertson


Capt. Hunter was born and raised in Naples, FL and spent most of his childhood seeking out fishing holes and chasing big game. After spending several of his teen years as a mate for offshore charter boats, he made the natural progression to Captain. He’s guided for everything from salmon and halibut in Alaska to inshore species and offshore species in Florida.

Large grouper being held by a fisherman uring a Naples deep sea fishing trip.
Capt. Bob Fischer

Capt. Bob has spent numerous years as both a commercial fisherman and a charter captain. He prides himself in being able to take people fishing everyday. Bob absolutely loves being on the water and passing on his vast knowledge of the local waters.

A fisherman holding an amberjack that was caught offshore in Naples, Florida
Capt. Robert Holzinger

Capt. Robert was born and raised here in Naples and spent every minute of his spare time fishing.  Robert is a great, hard working, individual who knows how to put fish on the dock for his customers.

The Boat


34′ Crusader sportfish

The boat is a custom built 34′ Crusader sportfish with a 375hp Catipiller marine diesel. Equipped with all the latest and up to date safety gear required by the coast guard as well as a satellite phone.  

It has custom large insulated fish boxes to keep your catch fresh, new electronics and fish finder, comfortable seating to keep you out of the weather and dry, and plenty of shade and a huge live well for pinfish, pilchards, shrimp etc.  

It has a private head on board and bunks down below if someone is tired. The vessels name is the “Jobsite”. She is very fast to get you to the fishing grounds and very safe and reliable.  She boats a wide 12ft beam and is very stable on the anchor even in rough conditions. She’s been outfitted with an “Ez puller anchor” winch that allows us to pick the anchor up quickly and fish many different spots throughout the day. This magnificent vessel was completely redone in the spring of 2015