Indiana (US) Fishing Trips and Fishing Guides

3 Outfitters that offer Indiana (US) Fishing Trips and Fishing Guides found

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Tightline Fishing Charters
From $400.00 to $650.00
Indiana Want to spend the day out on the lake fishing? We offer full and half day fishing charters for groups of up to 6 people. if your group is larger than 6 people, please contact us and we can arrange a multi-boat charter. We suggest getting as many people together for a trip because we cannot lower the price of the charter for a smaller group. Depending on the season, you will catch Coho, Steelhead, Lake Trout, and King Salmon. A full day charter is 8 hours normally leaving the dock at 7 a.m and back to the dock at 3 p.m. A half day charter is 6 hours and can leave the dock early in the morning or early afternoon. We provide all the fishing equipment needed for the day. One day fishing licenses can be purchased from the Captain at the beginning of the trip.
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Trail Creek Guide Service
From $175.00 to $275.00
Indiana With a guided trip your gear and accessories are provided for including: the use of rods, reels, leaders, and baits. You will also receive many important lessons in Steelheading including: casting, mending line, how to rig for float fishing, how to spot fish, how to deliver a natural and effective presentation, how to fight fish, and more. We also provide photos and videos of you and your trophy catch which can be sent directly to your families and friends. Lunch is not included, however we will provide snacks and refreshments.
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Brother Nature
From $300.00 to $480.00
Indiana Lake Michigan offers fishing for 5 species of salmon and trout. There are lake trout, brown trout, steelhead (rainbow trout) as well as coho and king salmon. You never know what is going to bite, at times, although it's usually predictable depending when and where we are fishing and the lures being used. The Brother Nature could be called the New Brother Nature or Brother Nature V since this is the fifth boat Capt. Mike has put into service for Lake Michigan. The boat is a 202 Pro-Line. Pro-Lines are built in Florida for the saltwater market. On Lake Michigan it cuts the waves better than many boats twice the size and furnishes all the comforts needed for a great day on the water. The boat is licensed and inspected by both the Indiana and Illinois DNRs for safety and carries ALL required gear. Remember, fishing trips on the Brother Nature are for smaller groups. That means more room per person, not less-as well as more fish per person.