Rip N Lipz Charter Fishing specializes in personalized trolling charters in Lake Erie. They start fishing in the western basin in the spring and move when the fish migrate. Rip N Lipz Charter Fishing works hard to provide an excellent service to all of their guests. If you are looking for a one on one experience with one of the most knowledgeable guides in the area, Rip N Lipz Charter is the best choice.
Enjoy your fishing trip aboard a 20’ Fisherman offshore sportfishing boat. It comes powered by twin 225 HP engines and a kicker motor for extra security and has a maximum cruising speed of 52 knots. This vessel is clean, fast, and can comfortably take up to three persons. It is fully rigged with Lowrance navigational electronics, such as a GPS, a fish finder, a radar, and a VHF radio. The boat is equipped with a Minnkota wireless trolling motor to enable quiet ride, as well as a live bait tank and downriggers.
On your day out with Rip N Lipz Charters, you will be trolling for Walleye, Perch, Striped Bass, and Crappie. Spring and fall are ideal for those who want to land a trophy Walleye!
Rip N Lipz Charters will provide you with all the necessary fishing rods, reels, and tackle you will need to put your catch together, as well as live bait and lures. You will also be offered drinks, so you can feel free to bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages. Please note that no smoking is allowed on board the boat. Rip N Lipz Charters offers fish cleaning and packaging, so once caught, your fish will be ready for you to take home with you after the trip to taste for dinner or just store the freezer. Just don’t forget to bring a large cooler!
Rip N Lipz Charter Fishing will teach you the ins and outs of netting fish, gear, equipment, and the best methods to catch the best fish. Look no further!
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Catch cleaning & filleting
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About this listing
Fishmaster (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 2017. Powered by 2 225HP Mercury engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 52 knots.
Types of Fishing
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