MEET OUR CAPTAINS

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Captain Tyler Yunk

Captain of Gail Force

Captain Tyler was born and raised in the town of Algoma, Wisconsin where he still resides with his family today. Growing up on the shore of Lake Michigan fishing was instilled at a very young age, and that passion soon lead to a career in the charter fishing industry. He worked on various boats in the fleet as a deck hand over 16 seasons before working his way up to the position of captain. In the off season Tyler keeps himself busy running his stream fishing business guiding clients in the many tributaries of Lake Michigan. One thing is for sure captain Tyler loves to fish! 

 

“I pride myself on the experience. My goal every day on the water is for my clients to go home that night and say “ we had a great time”. Was the experience a positive one? Were you entertained? Did you feel we as a crew put forward our best effort? These are all things I feel are far more important then the number of fish in the box at the end of the day. I want to make everyone’s trip personal and be a part of great memories that will last a lifetime. I’m truly blessed that I get to do all of these things while fishing.”

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Captain Blaine Poore

Captain of The Mad Russian

Hi, I am Captain Blaine Poore and I live in Algoma with my wife and kids. I was raised here and started fishing on Lake Michigan with my grandpa as a child and have ever since with my family and friends. One of the best parts of being a captain is seeing the memories that families and friends get to make together while experiencing top notch fishing on beautiful Lake Michigan.

ABOUT THE BOATS

GAIL FORCE

1982 Bertram

35' in length, and an impressive 13"5" wide. She has a dry weight of 22,500 pounds, this type of boat insures the most comfortable ride in any condition and gives you a huge back deck to fight multiple fish at the same time!
 
She’s named Gail Force, after my wife, Gail. She is the Gail, and also The Force!!!!! 

THE MAD RUSSIAN

1977 Viking

35' in length, and an impressive 13'1" wide. She has a dry weight of 18,000 pounds. This type of boat insures the most comfortable ride possible in any weather condition. She has a huge back deck for fighting multiple fish at the same time!

She is also named after my wife, who is of Russian decent,and sometimes she’s lovingly called by that name!(100% approved by Gail)  

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