Captain Ryan literally grew up on the water, on a small inland lake in Southeastern Wisconsin. In 2001, Ryan’s obsession with Lake Michigan trout and salmon drew him to Port Washington. While earning a business degree at Concordia University, he was a first mate on a number of charter fishing boats. After receiving his degree, Ryan obtained his USCG Captain’s license and worked for several years as a captain on competitive charter services before pursuing his own charter business. He also owns and operates his own guide service Coastal Wisconsin Outfitters LLC


As far as fishing vessels go, this one is loaded to the gills with style, comfort and capabilities. The Outcast is a 36-foot Tiara sport fishing boat equipped with nothing but the finest fishing gear available. All you need to do is sit back, relax and get ready to reel in a boatload of salmon.

  • Large spacious back deck with plenty of fishing room

  • Clean private bathroom

  • Large comfortable cockpit

  • High-end electronics: Radar, fish finder, GPS, marine radio, quality rods and reels

Necessary safety equipment required by the Coast Guard.


In 1835, General Wooster Harrison was the first to settle in to this spot on the western shore of Lake Michigan. This town has been tied to the water ever since. Halfway between Sheboygan and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, this picturesque harbor community is like a postcard come to life. A quaint downtown is dotted with boutique shops, delectable dining destinations and unique taverns that await the thirsty traveler.

The Great Lake to the east is undoubtedly this town’s greatest attraction.
Founded on this unparalleled natural resource, fishing has been woven into the fabric of this city from the start. Which is why The Outcast is proud to call Port Washington, Wisconsin home. 

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Built before the 1900s—Once a commercial harbor with limited recreational uses, the Port Washington harbor today has one of the best marinas on Lake Michigan while still catering to commercial users.
— Richard D. Smith and the Port Washington Historical Society 'Port Washington - Images of America'