Michigan Charter Fishing
What to Bring When On Your Fishing Trip With New Addition Charters
We recommend bringing along a sweatshirt, jacket, and slacks or pants. The reason is that temperatures on Lake Michigan can be up to 20 to 30 degrees lower than temperatures on the dock. Rain jackets are also a good idea if weather conditions warrant.


You will also want sunblock or tanning lotion, sunglasses, and shorts for those hot and sunny days.


Please wear soft-soled shoes such as tennis or jogging shoes. Hard-soled shoes will scratch and leave ugly marks on the boat deck and could cause you to slip.


Bringing along 2 coolers is also suggested. One large cooler that you can leave in your vehicle for transporting your catch back home and a smaller one for food and beverages while on the boat. Ice for your coolers can be purchased at several nearby locations.


  • Camera
  • Food and Beverage (no glass please)
  • Soft soled shoes
  • Rain Gear (we do fish in the rain)
  • Motion Sickness Medication if needed
  • Warm clothing (even on sunny days)
  • Sunglasses & Sunscreen
  • Cooler to transport your fish
  • Fishing License*
You will need a valid Michigan Fishing License, or a one day license (only $10.00); persons under 17 years of age do not need a fishing license. 24hr licenses available dockside the day of the charter.
All tackle is included! Upon docking, your catch of the day will be cleaned and packed for your convenience and enjoyment.



Lake Michigan Salmon and Perch Fishing Charters

Captain Hank Locsmondy
(574) 277-5269 Home
(574) 292-2144 Cell


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