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When a state has nicknames like “Great Lake State” and “Water Winter Wonderland,” you better believe that fishing there is off the hook. With 11,000 inland lakes, 3,000 rivers, and more big-water coastline than Florida and Oregon combined, casting a line in Michigan is a dream come true. To help you in your search for the next great catch, Michigan fishing charters are at your disposal.

The state borders four of the five Great Lakes, which speaks volumes about the angling action. Whether you’re after Salmon on Lake Superior, Walleye on Lakes Erie and Huron, Trout on Lake Michigan, or Muskellunge and Bass on Lake St. Clair, you can’t go wrong.

The rich inland waters are brimming with just about every species you can think of. Northern Pike, Bass, Crappie, Perch, and Sunfish are all in the cards. Don’tforget about miles of Trout streams, where you can find Brookies, Browns, and Rainbows. On top of that, ice fishing is also excellent.

You’ll find Michigan fishing charters on most bodies of water and there’s usually a variety of trips on offer. If you’re after big Walleye and Salmon, full day expeditions are recommended. Going fishing with your family? Half day trips are a great way to have fun and catch some dinner.

The whole of Michigan is one large fishing hub, so there’s no shortage of hotspots. The Great Lakes, St. Mary’s River, Saginaw Bay, and Detroit are just some locations to check out.

Reglas & Regulaciones

Everyone who’s 17 and older needs a valid Michigan fishing license, and there are several options to choose from. If you’d like to cast your line in Canadian waters, remember to bring your passport, and buy an Ontario fishing license along with an Outdoors Card.

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You can expect safe ice on most lakes in Michigan at the start of the year, with the chance to hook dozens of different species while ice fishing. Walleye, Yellow Perch, and Pike are just some of the A-listers you could reel in.


Winter fishing continues, with Michigan’s hardy anglers making the most of frozen lakes across the state. This can be the perfect time to reel in an impressive Walleye, Lake Trout, Musky, and that’s just to get you started.


The Trout season is upon us! Some lakes and streams are thawing on the lower peninsula, giving anglers the chance to head out to open water before the crowds set in. Up north, you can enjoy a few more weeks of ice fishing.


Come April, many anglers are packing up their ice shanties and getting ready to haul their boats to the lakeshores. High season is just around the corner, and anything from Walleye and Trout to Salmon is biting these days.


On the Great Lakes, May marks the start of the season for many Michigan fishing charters. Come aboard and troll for Coho Salmon, or explore the inland streams and catch some spring Steelhead. Still not enough? Walleye fishing on Lake Erie is on fire.


This is one of the most productive months in Michigan. June is a great time to catch large Musky on the St. Mary’s River or troll for Salmon in the Great Lakes. Fly anglers on the lower peninsula are looking forward to the hex hatch later this month.


At the height of summer, Salmon fishing is the name of the game. From Chinook and Coho in the lakes to Atlantic Salmon in the streams, these fish keep anglers busy for days. For a change of pace, focus on premier Walleye action all over the state.


The hottest weather of the year sends Trout deep into the lakes in search of cool water. With a savvy guide and the use of downriggers, you can still be very productive. Salmon are also biting, as well as Musky, Walleye, and Perch.


Fall is quickly approaching, so Salmon will start leaving the Great Lakes and heading upstream. While the charter boat season is coming to a close, guided fishing on the rivers picks up, and that means top-notch Trout action.


This is a great time to fish for Salmon and Steelhead in Michigan’s streams. Bass fishing on small lakes is also on point. You can even go after Sturgeon if you’re feeling adventurous. Some anglers are still fishing for Walleye, Steelhead, and Bass in the open waters of the Great Lakes.


November brings frigid temperatures, so most lake charters shut down during winter. Guides with aluminum boats will still be eager to take you through the streams in search of Steelhead, and you can also find some Salmon in southern parts of the state.


Michigan’s lakes start to freeze over in December, with the shallowest of them already offering safe ice early in the month. Grab an auger and your ice tackle, and head out for some prime winter fishing for Perch, Walleye, Pike, and Musky.

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Steve P. ha pescado con Windrift Sport Fishing el Septiembre 28, 2021
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Be patient captain will find u fish if they r there enjoy the day
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Kevin H. ha pescado con Big Kahuna Charters el Septiembre 26, 2021
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As explained to us, late in the season do the morning or evening trip, not the midday. We went evening and the sunset was amazing!
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Vickie J. ha pescado con Hooked Sportfishing Charters el Septiembre 1, 2021
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Be prepared for the water to be a bit rough this time of year. Be sure to check out the light house and the nice town of Frankfort. Bring good layers of clothing.
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Guy P. ha pescado con Realfishin el Agosto 30, 2021
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Get on board the Realfishin boat with Capt. Mark.
Half day PM perch trip
Alicia B. ha pescado con Silver Beach Fishing Co el Agosto 28, 2021
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Go with a good captain who knows where to find fish!
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Bill M. ha pescado con Foolish Pleasure Fishing Charters el Agosto 27, 2021
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be preoaredforweather changes the we do not go fishing because of 6 foot waves small craft warnings he was very professional and looked out for our safety i would highly recomend him. bill
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Frank C. ha pescado con Reel To Real Fishing Charters – Manistee el Agosto 17, 2021
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just have fun, fishing isn't always catching
Wonderful half day trip with Captain Adam
Said H. ha pescado con Show Up & Fish Charters el Agosto 17, 2021
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Nice place and convenient . Lake Erie has variety of fish.

FAQs about Fishing Charters in Michigan

To give you an idea of how much a fishing trip in Michigan costs, the average price for a 4 hour private trip is $503, while an 8 hour private trip will cost you $590. These prices are based on trips booked on our site recently.

Prices will vary depending on trip length, fishing technique, as well as the type and size of the boat you booked. However, to give you an indication, the average boat size in Michigan is 25 ft and the most common vessel type is a Offshore sport fishing.

According to customer reviews, Fish’n Tales Charters, River Trek Guide Service, and Prime Time Fishing Charters are some of the most popular fishing charters in Michigan. Full list of top fishing charters in Michigan.

Fish’n Tales Charters, River Trek Guide Service, and Prime Time Fishing Charters all received great reviews from families who booked fishing trips in Michigan.

The best way to experience fishing in Michigan is to book a private charter with a licensed fishing guide. See the full list of charters available for online booking here: List of fishing charters in Michigan.

The most popular fish species you can target are Walleye, Rainbow Trout (Steelhead), and Salmon (Chinook). Top fishing techniques include troleo, equipo ligero, and jigging. Lake fishing, river fishing, and offshore fishing are commonly offered by local guides.

November brings frigid temperatures, so most lake charters shut down during winter. Guides with aluminum boats will still be eager to take you through the streams in search of Steelhead, and you can also find some Salmon in southern parts of the state. Check availability for local fishing charters in Michigan.