Captain Scott Walker has fished the waters of the Florida Keys and the Mid-Atlantic for over 25 years. He is a very successful professional charter boat captain in local and regional sportfishing tournaments. But what really sets Scott apart from his competition is his work ethic. For Captain Scott every day and every activity is tackled with a level of energy and excitement that few Captains can sustain for a week, much less a lifetime.

Tournaments and Awards

  • White Marlin Open, 1987, Ocean City – Top Mate Award, the coveted Most Billfish Release Points
  • IGFA 1989,  Aftco Top Captain Award “Atlantic”, Most Sailfish Tagged
  • White Marlin Open, 1992, Ocean City – Top Captain Award, Most Billfish Release Points
  • Mid Atlantic $500,000 Billfish Tournament, 1994, Cape May – First place White Marlin ($241,000 prize)
  • Mid-Atlantic $500,000 Billfish Tournament, 2004, Cape May – Second Place White Marlin ($486,000 prize)
  • World Sailfish Championship, 2004, Key West – First Place Top Captain/Most Sailfish Released/Top Boat ($386,000 prize)
  • Mid-Atlantic $500,000 Billfish Tournament, 2006, Cape May – Second Place Blue Marlin ($186,000 prize)
  • Miami Sailfish Cup, 2008, Miami – 2nd Day Daily Highpoint Boat
  • Grand Master, 2008, Ocean Reef, FL – First Place
  • Ocean Reef Cup, 2009, Ocean Reef, FL – Last Day Daily Highpoint Boat
  • World Sailfish Championship, 2009 – Last Day Daily Highpoint Boat
  • Numerous other smaller tournaments with over $200,000 in prize winnings

VESSELS OPERATED
The Huntress – Both 46’ and 55’ Ocean Yachts, 1981-1988 
Dixie Lady – 45’ Hatteras, 1988-1994
The Natural – 57’ Ricky Scarborough, 1994-1995
Hang’em High – 55’ Ocean Yacht, 1995-1996
Billfisher – 60’ Ricky Scarborough, 1998-2000
Tailwalker – 43’ Viking, 1998-2009 (owned and operated)
Cracker – 57’ Dean Johnson, 2007 – 2009 
Tailwalker 2 – 50’ Viking, 2008-2009
Tippy Canoe – 56’ Viking, 1998-2009
Numerous private Sportfishing vessels operated over this period