Welcome Aboard Eagle Point Sportfishing of Lake Tahoe

The best way to access all that the lake offers is to have a professional guide.

Our Boats

Get all of the details, photos and specs on our fully equipped Seaswirl Striper boats.

The Catch

Info on the fish you are likely catch during your time with us.

Photos & Videos

Photos from our fishing trips and charters.

Welcome to the Original Lake Tahoe Fishing Charter!

Enjoy a truly Tahoe Charter Fishing Experience with Capt. James. Our South Lake Tahoe charter fishing company is family owned & operated and we provide the finest Tahoe Fishing Trips around.

Our year round home and office is located in the beautiful Tahoe Keys Marina in the town of South Lake Tahoe, which is also home to some of the best Kokanee Salmon Fishing and Trout Fishing in the world. We have a nice, quiet location off the beaten path with easy access and ample parking for your vehicles. South Lake Tahoe is a scenic, 75 minute drive from the Reno Airport.

Drop us a Line - (530) 416-6168

Shoot us an email, give us a call, let’s start the reservation process. We love to talk about our boats, fishing, the lake and everything related to Lake Tahoe fishing. Let’s Chat.

Lake Tahoe has some of the best fresh water sportfishing in the world.

The best way to access all that the lake offers is to hire a Lake Tahoe fishing charter with a professional guide. The lake is known for holding it’s secrets,and where the fish are is definitely one of them.
Eagle Point Sportfishing is made up of the father and son team and boats of Capt. Dennis Mitchell operating 24′ Northriver and Capt. James Mitchell operating 26′ Seaswirl Striper.
Our experience, backed by our fully equipped boats, help to ensure that you and your guests have the best chance to unlock some of the lake’s secrets. Of course, we can also take you on a tour of Lake Tahoe that far surpasses anything offered by the large tour companies.
Take some time to look through our site, be sure to check out a video or two. Come see why our motto is “No Bad Days”.