Superior, Wisconsin may not be the most famous fishing place in the world, but don’t let that fact fool you, for the fishing is amazing in this area. The proximity of the St. Louis River with its bountiful fish as well as the grand Lake Superior make for an excellent location for charters - something Optimum Charters fully understands and combines with their fantastic service.
Climb aboard their 35’ Tiara, a solid, capable vessel built in 1986. but runs like she’s thirty years younger. She’s powered by twin Crusader engines, each delivering an impressive 350 HP each. That kind of juice gives the boat more than enough power and speed to cover any sort of distance quickly and to get you to the fishing spots in no time. She’s fully equipped for serious sportfishing, with a state-of-the-art electronic navigation and fishfinding system onboard. Additionally, outriggers and quality downriggers are present on board, to widen your grasp when trolling.
The species targeted are varied, offering a fun, new experience every time you charter with Captain Rob Hering. The famous local Walleye is one target, along with Lake Trout, Chinook and Coho Salmon, and the Musky. Light tackle and trolling are the primary techniques used to catch these beauties on this charter. Special trips for up to two anglers are available, the perfect surprise for your favorite fishing partner!
Live bait is available on this charter. The crew offers cleaning your catch, as well as filleting and packaging it. There is no minimum age for children and the captain provides vests in all sizes, but customers are allowed to bring vests for their children if they want to.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Tiara (Convertible) originally built in 1986. Powered by 2 350HP Crusader engines.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since February 2018
The water is finally warmign and the fihs are biting, see these great catches. Multi species catches of slamon, lake trout and walleyes. Book yoru trip now while the btie is on. Read Full Report →