Any of these trips entitles you to at least seven-hours aboard the Sea Breeze. If you
catch your limit in a couple of hours (which frequently occurs) we may utilize the
remaining portion of your trip fishing for another species or just
catch and release. In
other words, it is not our policy to bring you back to dockside prematurely.
After a long day on Lake Erie you may want to relax in our air conditioned
lodging, or you can fish in our fishing ponds for the rest of the evening.
Sea Breeze leaves the docks at 6 a.m. or 2 p.m. 7 days a week. Special arrangements can sometimes be scheduled with your captain.
Lodging Packages are based on staying at the marina.
The walleye (Sander vitreus, synonym Stizostedion vitreum), also called the yellow pike, is a freshwater perciform fish native to most of Canada and to the Northern United States. Port Clinton Ohio is recogonized as the Walleye Capital of the WORLD! More....
Smallmouth bass out number largemouth bass in most Ohio streams, rivers and Lake Erie. They feed primarily on crayfish and other large aquatic invertebrates, but will also feed on a small fish and flying insects that fall on the water's surface. More....
One of the most exciting fishing trips you may ever plan will be a perch fishing trip on Lake Erie. When you're on a school the action is NON STOP!! It is not uncommon to pull a double strike one right after the other! Perch are also one of the mildest eating fish around. More....