May 15th - 20th
The fishing just doesn't get any better than it is right now. The bite is on fire everywhere. Lake Ontario for king salmon, Lake Erie for smallmouth bass and the Lower Niagara river for steelhead. Here are some pictures from the last few days. I've been moving around a lot and having great days. The walleye are starting to bite on lake Erie as well. LETS GET THE NET WET....call or text for info. 716-550-0413.
May 15th...Lake Ontario salmon fishing!
Jason was back for his annual Spring salmon trip on the bar. He likes to fish by himself so he can catch all the fish! He got his moneys worth with this time! We had our 2 person limit by 8:45. We caught a released fish steady for the next 4 1/2 hours. Final count was 25 fish landed and 30+ bites. 1 laker, 3 steelhead and the rest were kings. Some days it's work and some days it's just fishing...I love my job! Big thanks to Chip at wolverine lures(silver streak) for hooking me up with the hottest spoon on the lake!
What an awesome day yesterday with some good customers. No wind...Lots of Sun...and plenty of fish! The lake trout gave us non stop action all day. We also had a nice surprise visit from a KING salmon. My first king of the season! Big thanks to Silver Streak Lures, Yakima Bait Company and P-Linefor all of the action. All of our fish came on Silver streak spoons & Yakima Mag Lip 3.5.
April 16th - 24th
The fishing has been really good in Lake Ontario and on the Niagara River. Here are a few highlights from the last 9 days. Steelhead from the river and Lake Trout from the lake. I only have a few open days left in May. So if you want to do some spring fishing don't wait to call. The king salmon are starting to show up along the shoreline...it won't be long before we switch over to all king salmon trips.
It's time to start thinking about open water trolling. Browns and Lakers first...then Coho and KINGS won't be far behind.
Went out trolling for a few hours this afternoon to try out the new downriggers. They worked great... and the Lake trout gave their approval. We caught 8 Lakers in about 45 minutes once we found them. They were all really skinny. The long winter and lack of food has taken its toll on the fish. Finished of the day with a little brown trout fishing. New boat is working great and the fish are looking for spring. Once the water warms up a bit and bait starts showing up...look out!
Let's GET THE NET WET...text me for more info. 716-550-0413!
Taking A Close Look At The Niagara Area Fishing Waters
WET NET CHARTERS provides comfortable fishing aboard a 21 foot Lund | Baron deep V fishing boat that takes you along the eight-mile stretch of the Lower Niagara River, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie.
The Lower Niagara is one of the best trout fisheries in the world.
Lake Ontario offers the finest fresh water King Salmon fishing available. Lake Erie provides Smallmouth Bass fishing second to none.
WET NET guide service offers twelve months of trophy fishing for a variety of warm and cold water fish. Targeted species are: Rainbow Trout (Steelhead), King Salmon, Lake Trout, Brown Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye. Perch and Coho Salmon.
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A New York State Freshwater Fishing License is required for adults
(16+ years old).
They can be easily obtained at any Walmart Store in New York State or at
Lewiston Town Hall, Lewiston, NY. (at the 'Red Brick School House').
Ask Captain Matt to help you get yours, when you call to book your fishing charter!
You can also get your licenses online.
For New York State. For the Province of Ontario.
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