Need to Know
What to Bring
Here is a list of things that you should bring when you book your next charter with us.
Sunscreen, Weather Appropriate Clothing, Soft Sole Shoes, Sunglasses, Camera and of course some Snacks and Beverages.
Please No Glass, Knives, Guns or Drugs are allowed on board.
$200 deposit is required to secure your reservation. A 14 day advanced notice is required to change or cancel your charter, if it is less than 14 days you will forfeit your deposit. If you do not show up for your charter you will be billed for your full charter rate.
Night Fishing Charters
Full-Moon trips are available upon request. Please email us if you are interested.
FIRST MATE - Lenny latched onto a nice muskie during the full moon.
Lake St. Clair Fishing
Surrounded by the Great Lakes - Lake Huron to the north and Lake Erie to the south, Lake St. Clair is dwarfed in size and legend. However, this lake of 430 square miles of surface area, is responsible for nearly 30% of the sportfishing catch of the Great Lakes and 50% of all the sportfishing that takes place in the Great Lakes. It has, over the years, gained a new respect amongst the 'world's' anglers, making it the 'little lake that could'.
Off the Hook Sport Fishing Marina
All charters leave from our marina located at Harbor Club North Marina. 37500 Jefferson Ave, Harrison Twp, MI 48045
Please arrive a little early and be prepared to load your gear onto the boat so we can depart promptly on time.
Muskie Fishing Season Opens
When it comes to fishing, Michigan is the envy of many other states. With its wide range of habitats, vast expanses of Great Lakes, some 36,000 miles of rivers and streams and more than 11,000 inland lakes -- Michigan has something to satisfy virtually every freshwater angling taste. A number of Michigan fisheries are world class.
Chief among them? It would be hard to argue against the muskellunge fishery on the Lake St. Clair system, the quarter-million-acre lake that serves as a connecting water between Lake Huron and Lake Erie (and includes the St. Clair and Detroit Rivers) that Michigan shares with Ontario, Canada.