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Meet Our Captains

Captain BRYAN DIETZ

Captain Bryan Dietz has been fishing the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean “since I was old enough to hold a fishing pole”. He’s a Long Island New York native and has been a resident of the Space Coast since 2013.

Being on the water before he could walk has led to an extremely exciting career of being an Unlimited Tonnage Licensed Master in the Merchant Marines. Sailing commercially around the world after graduating from the State University of New York Maritime College in 2009 has not only instilled the value of safety but respect for the ocean.

“Being on the water is all I’ve ever known. It’s what I’m good at and what puts me at ease. Captain Bryan says. “To put people on the fish of their dreams, see the smiles on their faces and hear ‘I can’t believe a fish can pull that hard’ is what fulfills me. It's why most fishing Captains do what they do.”
“Fishing has brought me to the far ends of the world. Being welcomed by the richest of the rich in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. To the poorest of the poor in India and Africa. One thing is common; fishing brings smiles to faces and people together.”

“I like things fast, action-packed, and loud. If we’re gonna do it; we’re gonna do it. If your group is ready to have a good time, ready to laugh and put some fish in the boat let’s roll!”

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Captain Josh Lacy

Captain Josh Lacy Florida Native born and raised in Orlando, Florida. As a child, I grew up fishing with my grandfather on the Mosquito Lagoon and the inshore waterways. The Space coast lead me to many good things including my beautiful wife at the age of 19. It wasn’t long after that I discovered offshore fishing and the love for it. Since then I’ve acquired a USCG Captains License with a Towing endorsement. In my spare time, you will catch me running a boat, slow pitch jigging, or throwing topwater lures for Pelagic’s in the offshore blue waters. Fishing is my passion whether it be fishing myself or watching others and the satisfaction of putting a smile on their faces. Life’s too short. Get out, and do what makes you happy and enjoy yourself.