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We are a dedicated group of Lake Erie fishing charters , each of which is U.S.C.G. Licensed, an Ohio licensed guide, and fully insured. Formed in 1980, we share one common idea; to provide our clientele with the most enjoyable Lake Erie sport fishing charter experience ever. We’re committed to fishing excellence, and we’ve strived to be the best at what we do, since day one.
We offer the finest and most experienced fishing charters on Lake Erie for walleye, yellow perch, and smallmouth bass. Depending on your fishing preference, you can choose to drift & cast, or you can troll:
Drifting : You use a lure baited with a nightcrawler. You bait your hook, cast it out, and retrieve it. You feel the bite and set the hook yourself. You can use bottom bouncers, weight forward spinners, jigs, weapons, or many other types of lures and presentations to catch these Lake Erie walleye .
The Ambush was re-powered with twin 480 hp Yanmar engines and is now capable of over 30 knots. The normal cruise is 16-18 knots and is much more fuel efficient. This gives us the ability to make longer runs to areas that are far less fished and gives you the chance to catch a better grade of fish then what is normally caught closer to Fort Bragg. Read More…
Here you will find information about our trips and be able to view photos of those trips. If you have any questions or decide to make reservations with us please contact us.
The Trek II and Ambush are located at the first dock at the bottom of North Harbor Drive in Noyo Harbor. Noyo Harbor is located in Fort Bragg, CA which is about half way between San Francisco, CA and Eureka, CA and about on hour West of Highway 101.
Yacht Charters in Miami offers you the opportunity to join us for a relaxing day cruising along the Intracoastal waterway, Biscayne Bay, or the ocean. To view our Charter Yachts visit our Charter Yachts page. Whether you want to cruise, celebrate a special event, island hop, party at the sandbar, dine and cruise, or swim and snorkel in the beautiful waters south Florida has to offer – you’ve come to the right place.
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Ketchikan Salmon fishing and Halibut fishing charters at their best with Captain Bill Meck onboard the Miss Parker. Call 1.907.821.1460 or email us today.
Ketchikan Charter is based out of Ketchikan, Alaska where anglers can try their hand at fishing for large Halibut & Salmon. Captain Bill welcomes cruise ship passengers, hotel guests, and locals looking for an action-packed fishing charter. Bill is a highly experienced charter captain that will get you hooked up with Salmon and Halibut. Cruise Ship Passengers that are arriving in the port of Ketchikan on Norwegian Pearl, Holland America, Princess Cruises, or Celebrity Cruises are encouraged to contact Bill directly to book your next half or full day Ketchikan charter fishing day trip.
King Salmon (Chinook) also known as Kings can be found in Ketchikan year-round, but the spawning run begins showing up in mid-May with the bulk of the local fish passing through in the last half of June and the first week of July. These locally spawning salmon average about 20 lbs. Pink Salmon (Humpies) are the most abundant and the smallest of the Alaskan salmon and they run July through August. Pinks can put up a pretty good fight and eat well when they’re bright.