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Channel Catfish Sandusky Bay

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Honing In On Perch

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Marblehead Walleye Classic

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Lake St. Claire Muskie And Pike

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Harsen's Island Charter Adventure

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Perch And Walleye Slam

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Fishing in Wyandotte

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Lake Erie Walleye Hunt

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Fishing in Oak Harbor

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Honing In On Walleye

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Fishing in Wyandotte

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Detroit River Walleye

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Fishing in Oak Harbor

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Classic Walleye & Perch Combo

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Honing In On Perch

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Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead

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Channel Catfish Sandusky Bay

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Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead
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Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead
trip description for Lake Erie Walleye Hunt in Lakeside Marblehead

If you're looking to go after the Midwest's premier gamefish species on America's fourth-largest lale, look no further! This trip with Captain Chad is ideal for anglers who want to hunt down some Walleye and make some great memories on the water. Captain Chad is a pro when it comes to finding and hooking Walleye. He's been putting his clients on prizewinners for nearly two decades, and he'll make sure you fill your cooler on this trip. To hook 'em up, you'll use a variety of artificial lures on light tackle trolling gear. Whether you're an experienced angler or a newbie, Chad will make sure you have the right tackle and all the tools necessary to whack some big ones. Although Walleye arent known for being big fighters, they're famously good eating and Captain Chad is happy to clean your fish for you back at the dock. Bring some Ziploc bags and a cooler for your keepers! You'll be fishing from Captain Chad's 34' Baha Cruiser Catamaran. This beautiful sportfishing vessel is fast, comfortable, and built for the wide range of conditions on Lake Erie. She sports twin 320HP outboards, so you'll spend more time fishing and less time cruising! She also features a full cabin, bathroom, seating for up to six, and much more! Everything you need for a great trip will be provided. Just bring some snacks and drinks, proper clothing, and sun protection and you'll be all set! Read More

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Lake Erie Walleye Hunt

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34 ft 1 - 6 People From $990
Fishing in Lorain
Fishing in Lorain
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trip description for Lake Erie Walleye Roundup in Lorain

There's no better way to spend a summer day than on a Walleye fishing trip with Captain Alex. He's an expert guide who's great at putting his clients on "wallhanger" Walleye, and he'll show you a great time whether you're a total greenhorn or an experienced angler. On this trip, you'll be casting and drifting for lunker Walleye, throwing a variety of lures to draw bites. Walleye arent know for being big fighters, but they're some of the best-eating freshwater fish out there, and they're super fun for anglers of all levels. You'll be fishing from the deck of Captain Alex's 29' Baha, an ideal boat for this type of fishing. She's packing a 385-HP Mercruiser engine to get you out to where the fish are in a timely fashion, and has a comfortable cabin to keep you out of the sun and/or wind. Captain Alex will supply everything you need for a blue-ribbon day, including all rods, reels, bait and tackle! Just bring a cooler with some snacks and drinks, sunscreen, and proper clothing! The only question is, when are you coming up? Read More

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Lake Erie Walleye Roundup

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Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead
Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead
Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead
trip description for Lake Erie Perch Hunt in Lakeside Marblehead

If you're looking to go after some of the Midwest's best eating fish on America's fourth-largest lale, look no further! This trip with Captain Chad is ideal for anglers who want to hit their limit of Yellow Perch and make some great memories on the water. Captain Chad is a pro when it comes to baggin Perch. He's been putting his clients on the fish for nearly two decades, and he'll make sure you fill your cooler on this trip. To hook 'em up, you'll use a variety of artificial lures on light tackle. This trip is a great chance to perfect your cast and your retrieve, and Captain Chad has lots of advice for anglers of all levels. Although Perch arent known for being big fighters, they're excellent eating and Captain Chad is happy to clean your fish for you back at the dock. Bring some Ziploc bags and a cooler for your keepers! You'll be fishing from Captain Chad's 34' Baha Cruiser Catamaran. This beautiful sportfishing vessel is fast, comfortable, and built for the wide range of conditions on Lake Erie. She sports twin 320HP outboards, so you'll spend more time fishing and less time cruising! She also features a full cabin, bathroom, seating for up to six, and much more! Everything you need for a great trip will be provided. Just bring some snacks and drinks, proper clothing, and sun protection and you'll be all set! Read More

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Lake Erie Perch Hunt

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Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead
Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead
Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead
trip description for Full Day Walleye Hunt in Lakeside Marblehead

If you've been searching for the Walleye trip of a lifetime, look no further. Captain Chris is an expert when it comes to fishing Lake Erie for these gamefish, and he'll make sure that you and yours have a blast and go home with a trophy, a full cooler, or both! In order to maximize the chances of success, Captain Chris follows the fish as they migrate around the lake. In the spring, you'll fish the western basin, then move east as the water begins to warm up. In the fall, the fish head back west and eat like crazy as they prepare for the long winter. If you're looking to catch a trophy, spring and fall are the times to do it! On this trip, you'll be using a variety of lures to draw bites. Depending on the time of year, there are a several different techniques to choose from. In the spring, you'll employ diving crank baits that can find Walleye down in the deep, cold water. Towards the middle of the summer, you'll focus on trolling. As the season progresses, you may switch to spoons or other lures depending on what's getting the bite. Captain Chris will make sure to get you set up with the best tackle, no matter the season! You'll be fishing out there aboard his 20' Fishmaster built in 2017. She's a fast boat that's ideal for trolling, with twin 225-HP Mercury outboards so you'll be out there in the blink of an eye! You'll be provided with everything you need for a blue-ribbon fishing trip; all you need to bring is proper clothing for the weather, your Ohio fishing license, and a good attitude! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip near Wyandotte

Full Day Walleye Hunt

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20 ft 1 - 3 People From $500
Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead
Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead
Fishing in Lakeside Marblehead
trip description for Lake Erie Smallies, Walleye, Perch in Lakeside Marblehead

Although Lake Erie isn't the biggest or the deepest of the Great Lakes, it certainly has some of the best fishing, with strong native stocks of Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Perch, and more! On this trip with Captain Bob, you'll have full access to this rich fishery, and you'll have a blast on either the half-day or the full-day trip options. When you're targeting multiple species, you'll naturally use different techniques to maximize your chances of success. Here, that means slow-trolling for Walleye, which like to hit lures moving quickly near the bottom, as well as light tackle cast-and-retrieve techniques for Smallmouth Bass and Perch. Bass are typically a catch-and-release species, but Walleye and Perch are both excellent eating fish, and Captain Bob can have your fish picked up and cleaned for you at the dock. Just bring a cooler so you can take your keepers home. You'll be fishing aboard his 30' SportCraft sportfisher. She's a beauty, and is perfect for the kinds of fishing you'll be doing. She sports a 380-HP inboard engine, so you'll be out there trolling in the blink of an eye, and has a comfortable cabin area with seating to keep you having fun all day. Captain Bob will come prepared with everything you need for an awesome trip! Just make sure to bring proper clothing, your Ohio fishing licenses, and a smile. Read More

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Lake Erie Smallies, Walleye, Perch

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29 ft 1 - 6 People From $550
Fishing in Clay Township
Fishing in Clay Township
Fishing in Clay Township
trip description for Walleye and Bass Trip in Clay Township

Although Lake St. Claire isn't considered one of the five Great Lakes, it's part of the Great Lakes system, connecting Lake Huron to the north with Lake Erie to the south. The lake averages just 11 feet deep, but boasts a rich freshwater fishery with tons of Bass, Perch, Pike, Muskie, and more! When you're targeting multiple species, you'll naturally use different techniques to maximize your chances of success. On this trip, that means slow-trolling for Walleye, which like to hit lures moving quickly near the bottom, as well as light tackle cast-and-retrieve techniques for Smallmouth Bass. Bass are typically a catch-and-release species, but Walleye are excellent eating fish, and Captain Tom is happy to clean them for you at the dock! Just bring a cooler so you can take your keepers home. You'll be fishing aboard his 24' cuddy cabin. She's a beauty, and is perfect for the kinds of fishing you'll be doing. She sports a 220-HP Ford V8 engine, so you'll be out there trolling in the blink of an eye, and has a comfortable cabin area with seating to keep you having fun all day. Captain Tom will come prepared with everything you need for an awesome trip! Just make sure to bring proper clothing, your Michigan fishing licenses, and a smile. Read More

Lake Fishing Trip near Wyandotte

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Everything to Know About Booking a Fishing Guide in Wyandotte

What are the best fishing trips in Wyandotte?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 38 trips in Wyandotte, and the most popular trips in the area are Detroit River Walleye guided by George and Lake Erie Walleye Hunt guided by George.

Our guides in Wyandotte are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 2732 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

Looking for kid friendly guides / fishing lessons in Wyandotte? Check out our beginner and family friendly guides in Wyandotte.

What types of fishing trips are common in Wyandotte?

Lake fishing is the most popular in Wyandotte as well as river fishing and nearshore fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Wyandotte are: 1. walleye, 2. perch, 3. channel catfish, and 4. smallmouth bass.

The most common fishing techniques in Wyandotte are light tackle fishing, artificial lure fishing, and trolling but drift fishing and bottom fishing are popular as well.

How much does a Wyandotte fishing trip cost?

in Wyandotte prices can range anywhere from about $400 to $1,000, but the average price for a half day trip in Wyandotte is $604. The average price for a full day trip in Wyandotte is $761.

What month is best for fishing in Wyandotte?

The most popular season for fishing in Wyandotte is fall, and most anglers book their trips 157 days in advance.

Do I need a Wyandotte fishing license and what are the bag limits in Wyandotte?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Wyandotte, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Wyandotte. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Wyandotte.

What is fishing in Wyandotte all about?

In the picturesque town of Wyandotte, Michigan, nestled along the shores of the Detroit River, fishing enthusiasts are treated to a wealth of angling opportunities year-round. With its close proximity to both freshwater lakes and rivers, Wyandotte offers a diverse range of fishing experiences for anglers of all levels. Whether you're casting your line from the tranquil banks of the Detroit River or venturing out onto the expansive waters of Lake Erie, there's something for everyone eager to reel in a big catch in Wyandotte.

One of the highlights of fishing in Wyandotte is the chance to target a variety of freshwater species that inhabit the Detroit River. Anglers can try their hand at catching walleye, smallmouth bass, and perch, among other prized catches, while enjoying the scenic beauty of the riverfront. Whether you prefer fishing from the shore, a boat, or even from one of the area's many fishing piers, the Detroit River provides ample opportunities for anglers to test their skills and land some impressive catches.

For those seeking a more adventurous fishing experience, Lake Erie offers boundless opportunities for anglers looking to hook into trophy-sized fish. Wyandotte serves as an ideal launching point for fishing excursions on the lake, where anglers can target prized game fish such as steelhead, trout, and salmon. Whether you're trolling along the shoreline or heading out into deeper waters, Lake Erie provides an exhilarating backdrop for a day of fishing adventure in Wyandotte. With its abundance of fish and stunning natural scenery, Wyandotte truly stands out as a premier fishing destination in Michigan.

What are the most popular months to fish in Wyandotte?

Fishing seasons in Wyandotte, Michigan, mirror the changing rhythms of the Great Lakes and surrounding waterways. Spring heralds the start of prime fishing season as fish species such as walleye, perch, and bass begin their spawning activities in the shallows and tributaries. Anglers can be found lining the banks of the Detroit River, casting their lines in hopes of hooking into trophy-sized walleye as they make their annual migration upstream. Additionally, Lake Erie, just a stone's throw away, offers excellent opportunities for anglers to target yellow perch and smallmouth bass as they move into the shallows to spawn.

As summer arrives and temperatures rise, fishing in Wyandotte shifts gears to adapt to the warmer waters. Anglers can target a variety of species including walleye, bass, and panfish in the deeper waters of the Great Lakes and their tributaries. The Detroit River continues to be a hotspot for walleye fishing, with anglers trolling crankbaits and casting jigs along the river's channel edges and drop-offs. Additionally, Lake Erie provides anglers with ample opportunities to target largemouth and smallmouth bass, as well as panfish, in its expansive waters.

Fall brings its own set of fishing opportunities to Wyandotte as cooling temperatures trigger a feeding frenzy among fish species preparing for the winter months ahead. Anglers can target walleye, bass, and panfish in the shallows and tributaries as they feed voraciously in preparation for the colder months ahead. The Detroit River remains a top destination for walleye fishing, with anglers jigging and drifting along the river's current breaks and structure. Additionally, Lake Erie offers excellent opportunities for anglers to target trophy-sized bass as they migrate towards deeper waters in search of cooler temperatures.

What types of fishing are popular in Wyandotte?

In Wyandotte, Michigan, anglers have a variety of fishing options to explore, each offering its own unique experience. One popular method is shore fishing along the banks of the Detroit River, where anglers can cast their lines from the comfort of the riverfront parks or designated fishing spots. Whether you're targeting walleye, bass, or perch, shore fishing in Wyandotte provides a convenient and accessible way to enjoy the scenic beauty of the river while trying your luck at landing a prized catch.

Another favorite among anglers in Wyandotte is boat fishing on the Detroit River and Lake Erie. With numerous boat launches and marinas dotting the waterfront, anglers can easily launch their vessels and explore the expansive waters of these freshwater lakes. Boat fishing opens up a world of possibilities, allowing anglers to access prime fishing spots that are inaccessible from the shore. Whether you're trolling for trout and salmon or drifting along the riverbanks in search of smallmouth bass, boat fishing in Wyandotte offers a thrilling adventure for anglers of all skill levels.

For those seeking a more relaxed fishing experience, pier fishing in Wyandotte provides an enjoyable alternative. Several fishing piers along the Detroit River offer anglers the chance to cast their lines into deeper waters without the need for a boat. Whether you're fishing from the popular Bishop Park Pier or one of the smaller piers scattered along the riverfront, pier fishing in Wyandotte is a favorite pastime for locals and visitors alike. With the opportunity to catch a variety of freshwater species and soak in the scenic views of the Detroit skyline, pier fishing offers a laid-back and enjoyable fishing experience in Wyandotte.

What species are popular in Wyandotte?

In Wyandotte, Michigan, anglers have a diverse range of fishing species to target, thanks to the city's prime location along the Detroit River and near Lake Erie. One of the most prized catches in the area is walleye, known for their delicious flavor and hard-fighting nature. The Detroit River, in particular, is renowned for its walleye population, attracting anglers from far and wide in pursuit of these elusive fish. Whether casting from the shore or trolling from a boat, anglers can test their skills against walleye while enjoying the scenic beauty of the river.

Yellow perch are another popular species to target in Wyandotte, especially during the spring and summer months. These tasty panfish can be found in abundance in the shallower waters of Lake Erie and the Detroit River, making them a favorite among anglers of all ages. Anglers often use small jigs or live bait, such as minnows or worms, to entice perch into biting. Whether fishing from a pier, boat, or shoreline, targeting yellow perch provides anglers with a relaxing and rewarding fishing experience.

Bass fishing is also popular in Wyandotte, with both largemouth and smallmouth bass abundant in the waters of Lake Erie and the Detroit River. Anglers can target bass using a variety of techniques, including casting crankbaits, flipping jigs, or fishing with live bait such as minnows or worms. Whether fishing in shallow bays, along rocky shorelines, or near submerged structure, bass fishing in Wyandotte offers anglers the chance to reel in some impressive catches while enjoying the scenic beauty of the Great Lakes region.

What are the best places to fish in Wyandotte?

In Wyandotte, Michigan, anglers are blessed with a plethora of prime fishing spots along the Detroit River and Lake Erie. One standout location is Bishop Park, where a scenic fishing pier extends out into the Detroit River, offering anglers ample space to cast their lines and reel in a variety of freshwater species. From walleye to bass, the waters around Bishop Park are teeming with fish, making it a favorite fishing destination for locals and visitors alike. With its convenient location and stunning views of the riverfront, Bishop Park is undeniably one of the best places to fish in Wyandotte.

Another top spot for fishing enthusiasts in Wyandotte is the Detroit Riverwalk, which stretches along the waterfront and provides numerous opportunities for shore fishing. Anglers can stroll along the Riverwalk, stopping at designated fishing areas to try their luck at landing a prized catch. Whether you're targeting perch near the shoreline or casting for smallmouth bass further out, the Detroit Riverwalk offers a scenic and relaxing environment for anglers to enjoy a day of fishing in Wyandotte.

For those looking to venture out onto the open waters of Lake Erie, the Elizabeth Park Marina serves as an ideal launching point for fishing expeditions. Anglers can launch their boats and explore the expansive waters of the lake, where trophy-sized fish like trout, salmon, and steelhead await. With its proximity to prime fishing grounds and convenient amenities, including boat ramps and fish cleaning stations, Elizabeth Park Marina is a popular choice for anglers seeking a memorable fishing experience in Wyandotte.

Other things to do in Wyandotte

While fishing is undoubtedly a popular pastime in Wyandotte, Michigan, there are plenty of other activities to enjoy for those seeking alternative experiences. History enthusiasts can explore the city's rich heritage by visiting historic sites and landmarks such as the Ford-MacNichol Home Museum, which offers a glimpse into Wyandotte's past with its well-preserved Victorian-era architecture and period furnishings. Additionally, the Wyandotte Museum provides exhibits and artifacts that highlight the city's industrial history and cultural heritage, offering visitors a fascinating journey through time.

Outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of Wyandotte's scenic parks and recreational areas, which offer opportunities for hiking, biking, picnicking, and more. Bishop Park, situated along the Detroit River, features picturesque walking paths, lush green spaces, and stunning views of the river and skyline. Visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the waterfront promenade, watch boats pass by from the observation deck, or simply relax in the shade of towering trees. Additionally, the nearby Henry Ford Estate provides acres of manicured gardens, wooded trails, and historic buildings to explore, making it a perfect destination for nature lovers and history buffs alike.

Foodies will delight in Wyandotte's culinary offerings, with a variety of restaurants, cafes, and eateries serving up delicious dishes to satisfy every palate. From classic American fare and hearty comfort food to international cuisines and gourmet creations, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Visitors can dine al fresco at waterfront restaurants overlooking the Detroit River, sample locally sourced ingredients at farm-to-table eateries, or indulge in sweet treats at charming bakeries and dessert shops. With its diverse dining scene and scenic waterfront setting, Wyandotte invites visitors to savor the flavors of the Great Lakes region while enjoying the laid-back ambiance of this charming riverside city.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    We had an amazing experience. Capt Sean was very knowledgeable of the area and knew where the fish were. We are looking forward to our next trip already.

    Adam H. with Sean S. of Lorain, Ohio

  • ★★★★★
    Sean was a fantastic guide. He's very personable and we had great conversation in addition to catching a lot of fish! His boat was clean and spacious, I'll definitely be booking him again.

    Josh H. with Sean S. of Lorain, Ohio

  • ★★★★★
    Our captian was great. Very knowledgeable and explained what was going on since it was our first time on a charter. Really came in the clutch to get us near our limit at the end. I would recommend these guys and I will be booking again.

    Eldon L. with Alex Z. of Lorain, Ohio

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