Lake Erie is at is shallowest in the western basin near were all our walleye charters originate. These waters prove to be a very good area to both track, hunt and eventually find where the large walleye schools are located. These waters are the spawning grounds for the majority of all western Lake Erie walleye hatches.
Once our charters find a large school of walleye they notify one another of the potential walleye hot spot. It is equally important that those charters fishing for walleye outside the hot spot not give up too soon on their area as walleye tend to move the schools daily.
Charters working together in this fashion can secure many more days of walleye limits than just simply working Lake Erie alone.
Lake Erie has hundreds of miles of coast line just in the western basin, Charters working alone cannot begin to cover the walleye found in these vast waters.
During early spring, walleye tend to bite at just about anything that is shiny in the waters of Lake Erie.
Our charters are located on the western basin of Lake Erie, in the HEART of the walleye capitol of the world, Port Clinton, Ohio.