Captain Caleb/ About the Boat

The Summary

Captain Caleb’s enthusiasm for everything fishing is unmistakable.  Making sure his customers have a fun and enjoyable experience on Lake Michigan is not just a business, it what makes Caleb thrive.

The Background Info

Captain Caleb is the owner and operator of Migrator Fishing Charters.  Caleb’s passion for fishing began soon after his birth.  Growing up in Wisconsin on Lake Winnebago, Caleb learned to fish Walleye, and later migrated to Lake Michigan where his love of fishing trout and salmon spawned an even deeper appreciation of the sport.

At age 15, he began working at local marinas and learned to fix just about anything on a boat. At 17, he began working on charters, and at 19 he earned his Captain’s license.  He now owns his own charter company where he can pass on his love of fishing to everyone who steps aboard!

 

“Caleb has always had three loves, fishing, other people who fish, and all the equipment that goes along with it.”  Art Weiner, Dad of Captain Caleb

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The Boat 

The Bastogne is the newest and one of the biggest Charter boats in the harbor.  Equipped with State of the Art Ray-marine radar, fish-finder, GPS and auto pilot. The 2007 Luhrs open is built to fish at 38 feet long and 14.5 feet wide. The boat is powered by twin Yanmar Diesels this gives us the advantage to get to fish that are deep and farther away with a faster cruising speed and higher efficiency. If the fish are far and deep we can get to them!  Plenty of seating and room for 6 passengers. The boat is equipped with top of the line fishing equipment and tackle. The boats cockpit is completely enclosed and covered to keep you out of the sun on those sunny summer days and keep you out of the wind on those cold spring mornings.

Boat Amenities 

  • Full operational Bathroom
  • On board generator for Heat and Air conditioning
  • Electric downriggers
  • Fish Finder
  • 50 mile Radar
  • GPS
  • Auto pilot
  • Top of the line fishing equipment and Tackle
  • Deck overhang for shade while you are fishing
  • Full Galley