Choctaw Lady Charters has been in business for over 20 years and is the longest running fishing charter business in Skagway. Choctaw Lady Charters was founded by Captain Glenn Mitchell, a young Choctaw Indian from Oklahoma who fell in love with Alaska. After settling in Skagway he became the fishing guide of choice aboard the Choctaw Lady. After Captain Glen retired, his son-in-law Captain Mike Hardy, carried on the tradition for many years before passing the torch to us, Asanti Fuller and Heather Thompson.
We first fell in love with Alaska in 2006 while leading whale watching, wildlife and glacier tours in majestic Glacier Bay National Park. Together we have taken thousands of people sailing, fishing and diving all over the world.
Captain Asanti Fuller began his professional boating career in 2000. Starting with the love of the sea and the thirst for knowledge, Asanti worked through the ranks from deck hand. He has been a USCG 100 ton captain since 2007 and his love of boating is contagious!
Heather Thompson has a biology degree from McGill University. She became a PADI dive instructor in 2003 and has spent most of the last 15 years sharing her love of the sea and knowledge of wildlife with people from all over the world.
Fishing and wildlife charters begin at the Skagway Small Boat Harbor aboard the Choctaw Lady, a comfortable, warm and spacious 32 foot Beaumarine Trawler. Designed for stability, she features a heated saloon, galley, a comfy marine toilet, and huge windows for viewing wildlife. She’s loaded with fishing gear and all USCG required safety equipment. She is one mean fishing machine and has proudly brought more kings to the dock than any other boat in the harbor.
We focus on providing you with a fun, personalized Alaskan experience. There are no lines and no crowds. We do not treat you like a number. We treat you like family.
Book A Trip With Us Today! Call (907)612-0476
Choctaw Lady Charters has been in business for over 20 years and is the longest running charter business in Skagway. Your hosts are Asanti Fuller and Heather Thompson.