Saginaw Bay is famous for its Walleye abundance, and if you’d like to experience fishing on its waters firsthand, Angler One Charters has got you covered! Captain Dan Hassevoort feels at home on these waters and he knows just where to go to catch some fish.
You will head out of Linwood on a state-of-the-art 21’ Nitro boat that will make for great transport and an even better fishing platform. She comes powered by a new 350 HP Mercury engine and can sit up to 5 eager fishermen, a wireless trolling motor, as well as rods, reels, and tackle for you to use as you’re chasing your next big catch.
For this trip, you will need to buy a valid fishing license, some food and drinks if you’d like, and appropriate apparel depending on the season. You will be going after Walleye, the inshore superstar with sharp eyes and intimidating teeth. They can get quite big and require skill and a bit of luck to reel in, but that’s what makes it all the more fun.
Aside from Walleye, you can easily hook other lake familiars like Lake and Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, and even a Pike here and there. However, your primary target is Walleye because of its excellent game qualities and amazing taste, so you have a win-win combo on your hands. If you don’t know how to clean your catch, no worries, Capt. Dan will take care of it for your you when you get back to the dock.
Share your best fishing moments with a close group of angling friends and make a little contest to see who will snatch the biggest fish. Coming out with your family and kids is just as fun, especially because you get the chance to pass on the rod to the little ones. Your captain has plenty of safety gear on board, so the trip will be as safe as it will be memorable.
If you’re an inshore fishing aficionado, then Walleye catching in Saginaw Bay is as good as lake fishery can get. Book a trip with Angler One Charters and let your adventure begin!
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ZV21 Nitro (Performance fishing) originally built in 2017. Powered by a 350HP Mercury engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 55 knots.