Do I need a fishing license?

Yes. Everyone who would like to fish must have a valid Ontario fishing license. If you do not have a fishing license or your current one has expired, you can purchase a single day sport fishing license at the link below:

https://www2.on.wildlifelicense.com/start.php?lang=1


Do I need to bring any fishing equipment?

No. We will supply all fishing gear and equipment needed for the charter. We also provide cold pop and water.


What should I bring?

There are a few essential items we highly recommend you to ensure a safe and enjoyable day on the water:

  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Extra layer, keep in mind it is colder on the water than on shore (sweater, rain jacket or windbreaker)
  • Camera
  • Close toed shoes are recommended
  • Snacks and Light lunch (pop and water provided)

Can I keep the fish I catch?

Yes, depending on the type of fishing license you have. You are allowed to keep 5 fish per sport license and 2 fish per conservation license. We will also clean, fillet, and bag all fish you wish to keep.


What are the main species?

We primarily target Chinook (King) salmon, Coho salmon, Atlantic salmon, Rainbow trout, Brown trout, Steelhead and Lake Trout. Although these are the main species that we target, Lake Ontario is home to nearly every freshwater species available in Canada. You can see the full list of species in Lake Ontario from the link below:

http://www.ontariofishspecies.com/index.html


Do I need fishing experience to come on a fishing charter?

We can take any one of any angling experience. Even if this is your first time fishing, or if you are an avid fisherman, we can teach you the tricks and techniques to be successful at catching fish for the day!