Led by Captain Corey Gammill, Capt. Bill Toelstedt and Capt. Cam Gammill, Bill Fisher Outfitters is a charter group of highly experienced and enthusiastic fishing guides whose common goal is to make their charter customers smile! Whether it be a Bluefin Tuna on spinning gear aboard their 26 Regulator ‘Squaretail’, A Striped bass on the Fly caught on their 21 Parker, or your child’s first bluefish caught on their 23 regulator, their backgrounds as educators, coaches, public servants, and ultimately fishermen, will intrigue you and make you smile no matter what your hope is for that day.

As a charter outfit, they share information, ideas and tactics to ensure customers have the best chance of getting the experience they desire. As a charter group, these guides average over 15 years of guiding experience each and their knowledge and resources will ensure you and yours spend the day catching, learning and creating memories and moments that will last a lifetime.

Make your Moment…


Getting to know Captain Corey the fishing boat captain and hockey enthuiast

By Corey Gammill | June 20, 2017

Jon Lord is a great friend and a great interviewer.  He asked if he could pick my brain about the life of a fishing boat captain, Captain Corey.  Of course I said yes.  What a fun experience.  Jon opened the interviewer picking my brain about hockey.  While I am no “expert,” I love the sport.  I […] Read More

I love adventures

By Corey Gammill | June 14, 2017

I love adventures, because you usually you are fishing new water, learning new techniques, or simply seeing something amazing from a new perspective.   This might lead to an obvious question, “do I see my daily job of guiding as an adventure or as routine?”  The answer is simple, as an adventure.  If I get […] Read More

Getting Ready for the fishing season on Nantucket

By Corey Gammill | June 9, 2017

The beginning of a  Nantucket fishing season is often filled with reading articles about new techniques and new products, looking at videos and photos of years previous and creating goals for the year ahead.   At least that is my early Spring ritual.  I also try and invest time and energy into fishing for different […] Read More