We fish out of St.
Catharine's, Ontario, Canada for King Salmon,
Coho Salmon, Steelhead Trout, Lake Trout, and
Brown Trout in Lake Ontario. We moved our salmon
fishing operations to the Canadian waters a few
years back for many reasons; mainly because the
fishing is better, by far. There is less
competition (fewer anglers), a more liberal
limit (5 silver fish compared to three in New
York), much cleaner area, better restaurants,
very liberal exchange on money, and the local
people are much nicer and friendly. April until
mid May finds us Spring Salmon fishing for Kings
and Coho's. Generally we are within two miles
from shore, and sometimes within yards from
Mid May brings us
back to Lorain, Ohio to troll for trophy
Walleyes and Smallmouth Bass. Large fish are the
norm for this time of year. By the end of June,
the Walleyes have moved offshore and are joined
by the scrappy, jumping Steelhead Trout. This
fishery stays good until the middle of July.
In July, we move
back to St. Catharine's to fish for big
Steelhead Trout and even bigger King Salmon.
Limit catches are common with boxes of Steelhead
being topped off with a few huge King Salmon. In
August and September, the Kings come inshore to
prepare to run up the Niagara River to spawn,
and that's when you will see the biggest fish of
your life scream line off your reel.
In mid September,
we come back to Lake Erie to fish for migrating
Walleyes out of Vermilion, Ohio. Now is when you
will see the biggest Walleyes of the year. This
fishery lasts until almost December.
As you see, we do
not stay in one port for the entire year as the
fish migrate away. We are obsessed with giving
you the best fishing for your hard earned money.