Q. When do we typically leave? A. It's an early one! For salmon fishing, we like to be on the water by 6:00 am. For walleye fishing, we like to leave between 6:00- 7:00 am.
Q. What do I need to bring with me? A. We recommend the following: 1) Comfortable clothing It can get chilly out on the water, so we strongly recommend that you bring layers- it's easier to take them off if you have them! (and don't forget rubber soled shoes with a good grip) 2) Sun Protection The suns rays can be pretty strong on the water, so sunscreen and sunglasses are always helpful. 3) Food and hydration We'll be out no the water for a while, so bottled water is a great idea, along with snacks and food as you see fit. Absolutely no alcoholic beverages are permitted. 4) Fishing License If you are between 18 and 65, it's required by law. 5) Ice & Storage Ice is available at the marina for your convenience. If you keep your fish, you will need ice and a cooler once we dock. We recommend a 55 quart cooler to take your catch home. 6) Memory-keepers If you want pictures of your catch, or video of your big fight, don't forget your devices at home! 7) Anti-nausea medication If you have never been on bigger waters, or are pretty sure you'll get queasy, we strong recommend a non-drowsy anti-nausea medication (taken ahead of time) to ensure that you get the most of your day!
Q. What won't I need to bring? A. You won't need rods, reels or tackle. Life jackets are also provided, but if you have one you like to use instead, be our guest! Unless you prefer to filet the fish on your own, you won't need fish cleaning accessories like gloves, knives, or bags, either- leave that kind of work to your Captain!