The Tommycod

The Tommycod was built at the Westport shipyard in 1971 and was originally named the Sixpak. She is 36 feet long and has a beam of 11 feet 2 inches. Made of solid fiberglass, she has two heated cabins, galley with microwave, standing head, a single, state of the art, 321hp John Deere Diesel, and a full keel.

Owned and operated
by Captain Jeremy Young

The Tommycod is fast, comfortable, and has individual seating for 6 customers in the main cabin, plus crew. With the maximum number of clients being six, there is always plenty of room for each angler.

The Tommycod has all state-of-the-art electronics, including a laptop navigation system. For your safety she has an eight man automatic deploy life raft and EPIRB. All of this combined with one of the best sound systems found on a charter, she meets and exceeds the needs of the most critical and demanding angler –men, women, young, and old alike.

Certainly, we will continue to strive to make her even better. Our customers can count on that!


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My husband was part of a group on your boat Thursday, July 24th. To say the trip was a success is an understatement! They're already talking about coming back...

Michelle D.Mt. Vernon, WA

Thanks for the great time, I will make sure I would out and pump some iron, so I won't have such a hard time with those deep halibut...it was a pleasure fishing with you and your son.

Al F.Hayward, California

I'm not sure if you remember me (Vinnie from Gig Harbor) and the group I was with, we were on you boat last week on the 12th and 13th of May. Thanks for the awesome two days of fishing!

Vinne L.Gig Harbor

Just wanted to thank you Tommy for a wonderful experience halibut fishing. I've recommended you to lots of folks already. I especially want to thank you for the way you guys treated Pablo who speaks little English.

Dale W.

Westport, WA
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Tommycod Charters, Westhaven DR. Float 12, Westport WA. 98595


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