Mark Lorenc Charters offers seasonal trips for trophy fish in Lake Erie, departing from Dunkirk, New York. The captain moves his boat so you will be able to catch the most active trophy gamefish on the eastern end waters of Lake Erie.
Step aboard “Lady Di”, which is a 21-foot Sylvan boat, powered by a 115 HP Yamaha engine with a maximum cruising speed of 25 knots, dual Yamaha outboards, and a 9.9 HP trolling motor with electronic throttle control. “Lady Di” can comfortably accommodate up to three guests and comes equipped with modern navigational electronics, such as a Humminbird Helix 12 Chirp/SI depth finder, a Fish Hawk system, a GPS, and two VHF radios. There is an I-Pilot electric trolling motor fitted, along with in-line planner board system with twin triple rod holders, a live bait tank, an ice-box to the refreshments or your catch, and two Cannon Electric downriggers.
Mark Lorenc Charters operates from different ports on the eastern end of Lake Erie. The fish move seasonally with the baitfish. On your trip, you will be going for the captain’s favorite method, which is the rod-in-hand fishing technique to catch trophy fish. You will adjust to how the fish are biting, occasionally going for long line troll with a segmented lead core, inline boards, dipsy, and downriggers.
Choose your trip according to how much time you want to spend on the water. Mark Lorenc Charters offers four and seven-hour packages for Smallmouth Bass, Trout, Perch, and Walleye. The season starts in April and goes through October, fishing on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
For your fishing adventure, Mark Lorenc Charters will provide rods, reels, tackle, lures, and live bait. If you decide to keep the catch, the captain will clean and fillet it for you after the trip so that you could take it home and taste for dinner later. Feel free to bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages with you. Please note, that smoking is not allowed on board!
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Sylvan (Aluminum fishing) originally built in 2001. Powered by a 115HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 25 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since April 2017