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Captain Chris Long

100-ton Master Captain

Hi I’m Capt. Chris, and I’m extending to you a personal invitation to join us for a ‘one of a kind’ fishing experience!

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Our Boat

Want to check out our equipment? Have a look at the quality gear we use.

Our Boat

Want to check out our equipment? Have a look at the quality gear we use.
Jolly Mon Charters operates a 25′ North River Seahawk. The hull is shaped to create a smooth efficient ride with excellent engine efficiency and performance. With its Evinrude ETEC G2 250 hp engine, this bad boy can top out at 50 mph.
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Current Rates

Here is a list of current offerings and prices.

Current Rates

Here is a list of current offerings and prices.
$250 per person
Private trips available
2 hour-$300, 3 hour-$400, 4 hour-$500
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Explore the amazing wildlife found in and around the Salish Sea.


Explore the amazing wildlife found in and around the Salish Sea.
Salmon, Halibut, Ling Cod, Dungeness Crab, Shrimp, Rock Fish, and Bottom Fish are all waiting for you, in our waters! Read more about these creatures on our species page.


Typical Season: May

The halibut is the largest flat fish. They are caught primarily by jigging the ocean floor, but can also be caught by deep trolling. Their mild delicate white flesh make them a highly sought after fish for many anglers.

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Typical Season: July-April

Puget Sound harbors five unique types of Salmon; the legendary King (Chinook), Red (Sockeye), Silver (Coho), Pink (Humpy) and Chum (Keta). The most prominent species in these waters is the King Salmon, which can be fished for nearly year round. The winter fishing targets the Blackmouth Salmon, an immature King that is on its way out to sea.

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Ling Cod

Typical Season: May-Mid June

The other white fish. They mainly live in rocky slopes and are fished by jigging the bottom or casting into the rocks. Some prefer their delicate white flesh over the Halibut!

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Dungeness Crab

Typical Season: July-September

Dungeness These tasty creatures are undoubtedly the best tasting and sweetest crab out there. Dungeness crab can grow to a shell width 9 inches and weigh between 1 1/2 lbs and 3 lbs. Dungeness crabs are most commonly harvested using traps or ring nets.

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Typical Season: May

There are three species of shrimp that are common to the Puget Sound waters. They are Pink, Coonstripe and Spot shrimp. The largest is the Spot shrimp and it can reach up to 9 inches in length. The spot prawn is known for its sweet, delicate flavor and firm texture.

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Rock Fish

Season varies by conservation regulations

Unfortunately, rockfish stocks throughout this region have shown drastic declines in the past 25 years. Species such as quillback, copper, black and yelloweye used to be plentiful, but they are now severely depleted. They can still be fished for at times and are a great fighter!

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Bottom Fish

Season varies by species

You’ll find that many of these cold water creatures are quite ugly and some resemble prehistoric creatures. They can be very aggressive and put up an exciting fight. These fish can be caught by jigging the bottom or casting into the rocky shoreline.

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Ed – Seattle, WA

“I have chartered boats all over the world and Chris is definitely one of the best!”

But don’t take our word for it...

Look at what our customers are saying and see why they keep coming back!

Eli – Bellingham, WA

“…we started the day with a 30 lb king and the rest of us got 25’s and under. We dominated the fleet!”

Sandra – La Jolla, CA

“No better fishing experience in the San Juan Islands…”

Steve – Coupeville, WA

“I have never seen so many fish in my life. First rate all the way around!”

Alexandria – Whidbey Island, WA

“This was one of the most amazing experiences I have ever had!”

Han – Redmond, WA

“Captain Chris is the perfect blend of chill, actual fishing knowledge and local guide experience.”

Anacortes Fishing History

Salmon canning capital of the world!

Anacortes was known as the salmon canning capital of the world. Fidalgo Island Packing Company was one of the largest salmon canneries in the world!

Back in the day, it was common to have 50 seiners and 60 gill-netters tied up off the docks. At times, there used to be over 5000 fishermen in Anacortes.

The banner year for Anacortes was 1913 when 39 million salmon were caught creating more that $3 million worth of business that year.

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Bottom fishing for lingcod in the San Juan Islands is a lot of fun. I

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This is a great shot of my two oldest daughters. This was one of Danielle’s

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Jolly Mon Charters in action

M2D’s “Livin’ the Dream” and “National Hunting League”

NHL hockey players Mike Smith, Matt Walker and Eric Brewer, on board Jolly Mon during an episode of “National Hunting League.”

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Contact Info


Cap Sante Marina
1019 Q Ave., Slip G4
Anacortes, WA 98221





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