Captain Nathan Chennaux is a U.S. Coast Guard licensed captain, guide, and writer from Panama City, Florida. He finds himself most at home when cruising the shallow grass and sand flats of Florida’s panhandle in search of the many game fish it has to offer. While he enjoys a variety of different types of fishing Capt. Nate specializes in spot and stalk sight fishing with artificial lures.
Captain Todd was born and raised in Biloxi, Mississippi. He started working on charter boats at the ripe old age of 12. He continued working every summer until the age of 18, and then he joined the US Navy. Todd was Navy Saturation Diver for 22 years. During his service, he was stationed at the Consolidated Divers Unit, Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit 2, Naval Special Warfare Center, Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center, and Naval Experimental Diving Unit. Todd was fortunate to have fished all over the world while serving his country. While in the Navy, he worked part time as a mate on charter boats out of San Diego, Virginia Beach, Oregon Inlet, and Hatteras. Captain Todd has guided fisherman and duck hunters in California, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, North Carolina, and Virginia. He finally retired from the Navy in 2006 and was able to transition into a full time fishing and hunting guide. Todd is married to his Panama City sweetheart, Hope. He is blessed to be the father of four great kids who share his love of the outdoors.