My husband and I don't fish, but we booked a trip with Mike during eagle-viewing season. We lucked into a weather-perfect day at the end of November 2013. The other couple who was supposed to be on the trip had cancelled, but no problem, said Mike, we'd go out anyway. We had a great tour of the river for a few miles up and back. Mike took care to point out all the eagles (and the good fishing grounds), taking the boat near their favorite hangouts, slowing down or stopping the boat to ensure we didn't worry the birds. The eagles were plentiful -- in the trees, in the skies, and on the gravel flats by the dozens. It was amazing to see so many in one place like that! Mike was able to take us in close to a few spots near the shore to see some eagles up close. And let's not forget the amazing river scenery... wow, being out there isolated from everything and everybody was very special!
Having been captain/crew of coastal boat charters ourselves for years, we know what it takes to give people a good experience on the water. Mike was very friendly and very good at what he does! We could tell he loves his job and his boat and lives for the river and the outdoors.
The only *tiny* critique I'd have is that it took an unusually long time for somebody to reply to any of my email communications. It's probably best to just use the phone to connect with them.
I can't speak to their fishing tours, but I Highly Recommend going out eagle viewing with Prestige Sportfishing!