Night Fishing Charter - Lake Erie
1-4 Guests • No Lodging • Public • Guided
Walleye Night Fishing
Brave the dark!! - Max 4 guests-
Approximately 5hrs on the water and up to 4 guests only.
Walleye are nocturnal by nature and more aggressive and active at night.
Over the years we have learned during certain times of the season how to target and capitalize fishing at night.
A Trip to Remember
Whether you are chasing trophy Walleye, high-flying Smallmouth Bass, or tasty Yellow Perch we are your premier Lake Erie Charter Service. Booking with us ensures that you have a fantastic fishing adventure. Our experienced captain has over 12 years of fishing experience. Everything is up to date and double-checked to provide you with a safe and rewarding experience that the entire family can enjoy.
A Tailored Experience for All
We have one boat that is available for both day and night charters! All ages and all experience levels are welcome!
We Provide Everything You Need
You won't have to worry about not being prepared. We provide everything you need to get you started on the right foot.
We provide the rods, bait, & tackle.
Whether you are chasing trophy Walleye, high-flying Smallmouth Bass, or tasty Yellow we are your premier Lake Erie Charter Service.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$550.00 Per Experience
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Experienced Local Guide
- Fishing Equipment
- Bait and Tackle
- 30ft Baha Cruiser
- Weather Appropriate Fishing Attire
- Valid Ohio Fishing License
- Sunscreen / Hat / Sunglasses
- Cooler w/Ice
Rules & Guidelines
A fishing license is required to take fish from Ohio waters.
A fishing license is required to take frogs or turtles on public and private property.
Persons fishing in privately owned ponds, lakes, or reservoirs that are open to public fishing through an agreement or lease with the Ohio Division of Wildlife are required to have a fishing license.
Persons must have their license in their possession while fishing and must show the license to anyone on request. Licenses may be displayed using a mobile device.
Members of the U.S. Armed Forces on active duty stationed in Ohio, but not on leave or furlough, are required to purchase a resident license.
An Ohio resident is a person who has resided in the state of Ohio for the past six consecutive months. All others are considered nonresidents and must purchase a nonresident license.
Licenses purchased on wildohio.gov will be emailed to the customer upon completion of the transaction. Licenses are not required to be printed as long as the image of the license may be displayed on a mobile device and presented upon request.
Operator assisted short-term licenses are available for purchase by calling 1-866-703- 1928 between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. A $5.50 fee will be added to the cost of the license.
Annual fishing licenses are valid for 365 days from the date of purchase. Annual and multiyear fishing licenses are valid from the date of purchase until the expiration date printed on the license.
A Lake Erie fishing permit is required for nonresidents from January 1 to April 30 annually when fishing Lake Erie and areas immediately upstream in creeks, rivers, and tributaries. See page 7 for a complete list of areas where this regulation applies.
Lifetime licenses and multiyear licenses may be purchased at wildohio.gov, provided an Ohio driver license or state identification is associated with the customer’s account. Lifetime license buyers may also visit an Ohio Division of Wildlife office or mail in a paper application. Proof of age and residency are required at the time of purchase. A multiyear license may also be purchased at an agent location (restrictions apply). Visit wildohio.gov for more information about lifetime or multiyear licenses.
A Fishing License is not Required of Persons Who Are:
Less than 16 years of age. This includes frogs and turtles
Persons fishing in privately owned ponds, lakes, or reservoirs to and from which fish do not migrate are not required to have a license to take fish;
Giving assistance to an angler who has been issued the free mobility impaired or blind fishing license, provided the two persons together are using only one line;
Fishing, or taking frogs or turtles, on land and water where they or their parents are tenants on which they reside, and from which they derive the majority of their income from agricultural production on that land (except state-owned lakes);
Fishing, or taking frogs or turtles, on land and water which they or their parents own, except where the land is in or borders on state parks or state-owned lakes;
Members of the U.S. Armed Forces on active duty while on leave or furlough;
Please note, there is a 50% non refundable deposit included with your payment when booking.