1315 East 8th Street, Duluth Minnesota 55805
218-724-9104 Toll Free: 800-531-FISH
Lake Superior sportfishing charters on a 31-ft Silverton with twin 350 Chevy engines and all up-to-date nautical and safety equipment. Captain Steve Johnson is a US Coast Guard 100 Ton Master and Minnesota state licensed guide with over 29 years experience on Lake Superior. In high demand as a fishing charter guide in the Duluth area, he provides over 4 times the number of charter trips as the average licensed Lake Superior guides annually. Captain Steve stresses active passenger participation on his first-class 5 1/2-10 hour charter trips for a wide variety of fish, including lake trout, rainbow (steelhead), walleye, chinook (king), coho, and Atlantic salmon; your catch will be cleaned and packed into your cooler for you. Current Minnesota fishing license must be produced at the time of charter.
Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
(Duluth) Lake Superior Charter Fishing
(Silver Bay) Silver Bay Safe Harbor and Marina
(Superior) Superior Dragonflyers Club
(Cloquet) Willard Munger State Trail
(Duluth) Work Knot Charters
11/28 Coming to The Duluth area
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