As far as what you will need to bring depends on which time of year you are here.

In the Spring I would have warm clothes and rain gear, this cuts the wind and keeps you warm and dry. It might be 80 degrees on land but lake Erie will still be much cooler if the wind blows across the water it acts as an air conditioner and can be uncomfortable and its nice to be prepared.

You are required to have a New York state fishing license for the days you will be fishing which can be purchased online through the New York State Dept of Environmental Conservation website or at any of our local issuing agents here.

Most people bring their lunches and beverages as the trips last about seven hours. There are a few breakfast shops if you like to eat in the morning before the trip as well as many grocery stores to purchase sandwiches and drinks.

As far as equipment goes, I supply everything, if you have your own favorite rod and reel you are more than welcome to bring it. I also supply all the live bait as well as artificial lures too.

If there are any questions just feel free to contact me here.

 

 

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