Meet our Team

Captain Randy Sigler

Randy has been fishing the local waters recreationally and commercially for over 30 years. He has taught 8th grade science in Marblehead, and for the last 22 years he has operated Sigler Guide Service, a saltwater flyfishing and light tackle guide service in Marblehead. The combination of backgrounds in teaching and fishing, as well as a degree in Natural Resource Studies, create a perfect foundation to lead a safe, fun, and truly memorable experience. 

Captain Pete Yukins

Pete grew up in Beverly, MA, and along with running his own charter business, Molly Jean Charters, he has been a lead Kids Camp guide for over ten years. He has a USCG Master license and has lobstered out of Gloucester, spent many winters on an offshore gill net boat, and fishes for Bluefin tuna from Stellwagen to George’s Bank. Between running his own charters, Kids fishing camp, commercial fishing, and spending his mornings before camp fishing, he likely spends more time on the ocean than on land. When not on the water, Pete enjoys tying flies for himself and local fishing shops, and spending time with his wife, two young children, and dog, Molly.

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Captain Faxon Michaud

Faxon has been fishing in and around the North Shore since the age of eight when his parents signed him up for The Ultimate Kids Fishing Camp.  Little did they know that this camp would spark a life long love of fishing and the sea.  Faxon earned his USGC license in 2014, and has fished both salt and fresh water from the coast of Marblehead to the rivers of Montana and back to the canyons a few hundred miles off Cape Cod.  Faxon is energetic, gregarious, highly knowledgeable, and always has a bright smile on his face. His diversified skill set allows for him to use different methods of fishing to ensure that clients have a great day on the water.  

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Captain Eliot Jenkins

Eliot is the owner and operator of GreasyBeaks, a full service flyfishing and light tackle charter business serving the North Shore and coastal New England - from Ipswich Bay down to the Long Island Sound.  Eliot runs trips for Striped Bass, Bluefish and the notorious False Albacore.  Eliot is USCG licensed and has put in more than fourteen years of chasing fish, including a ten year stint in Oregon fishing for Chinook Salmon and Steelhead as well as years of guiding in the Bristol Bay area of Alaska. For the last 5 years, Eliot has been part of the Sigler Guide Service team.

Eliot is a passionate and adept angler whose experience is vast and ever expanding.  He is an avid fly-tyer and casting instructor who is always enthusiastic to teach, and just as eager to learn.


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Captain Tony Santosus

Tony grew up fishing the waters of Long Island Sound.  He now spends his time fishing, guiding, diving and hunting Massachusetts' North Shore and other Gulf of Maine waters.  During the off season, Tony spends some of his time fly tying, traveling in search of the ultimate fishing experience and staying current on the marine environment and angling techniques.  To go along with his numerous financial industry licenses, Tony is a USGC licensed captain, a PADI certified diver, and a new dad!


Captain Dan Gray

Dan grew up in Manchester, with a passion for fishing, and hunting. Dan enjoys a wide range of fishing styles and is as happy landing an 8” brookie from a tiny feeder stream as he is with an 800 Bluefin Tuna from Stellwagen Bank. Dan is USCG licensed and spends a considerable amount of time in the fall commercially fishing for giant Bluefin tuna. He is regarded as our “Go-To” guy for the offshore fishing scene. Dan is in his third year with Sigler Guide Service, and is often accompanied in the boat by his Chocolate Lab Boo.

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Captain Garrett Kanter

Growing up in Marblehead, Garrett always had a passion for the water, and that continues today! He has been fishing the waters of Marblehead and beyond for over 10 years. He grew up fishing for striped bass and bluefish locally, but quickly became obsessed with catching big fish in remote places. Having earned his USCG Captain’s License, he has fished up and down the east coast from the Florida Keys, to the Atlantic Canyons, to the Gulf of Maine. He has targeted a variety of species including Sailfish, mahi mahi, yellowfin tuna, bluefin tuna, white marlin, blue marlin, mako shark, blue shark … and the list keeps growing! A standout college Lacrosse player, Garret has also been a lacrosse coach, and run kid’s lacrosse camps. Always smiling, fun to be around, absolutely obsessed with fishing, and piloting a sweet boat, Garret brings a great time to all of his trips.

Captain Greg Katz

Greg is another early Kids Fishing Camp participant. Now, 10 years later, he has become quite the accomplished fisherman and guide. One of those All Star young men… bright, respectful, intuitive… who could never kick the lure of the sea.  Greg passed all of his Coast Guard license requirements prior to being old enough to submit them. He then honed his fishing skills until his 18th birthday at which point he submitted his material and was awarded his USCG Captains License. Greg had been a mate for Sigler Guide Service for several years, and is now running charters on his own.

Captain Dan Rand

Dan has been actively fishing local waters for over 15 years for bass and tuna. He has held his USGC captains License for 9 years, and spent several years in Florida fishing the Billfish tournaments on private sportfish boats. He is now in his 8th year of private charter business here in Marblehead and has been a Sigler Guide Service team member for three years. In addition to guiding and recreational fishing, Dan has spent a number of years commercially fishing for Bluefin tuna.

Captain Will Danforth

Will grew up in Marblehead, and has been fishing waters near and far for over 15 years. He fishes a 21' and a 26' Everglades, as well as a 41' Albemarle sport fisherman. Will was an early adopter of the Ultimate Kids fishing camp ... attending the first few years we were in business when he was 9 & 10 yrs old. By age 11, he was running his own boat, and has never looked back. Will was the first (of now 8) former campers hired to guide with us :) Will fishes inshore for bass and bluefish, all the way out to the Canyons on the continental shelf.