Our specialty is drift fishing for
Walleye, but we also provide our customers with the option of
trolling depending on their preferences and angling
skills. Our boats are always docked near locations that
are holding actively feeding fish. When the fish move,
we move with them. Our boats will move from Wild Wings
marina, West of Port Clinton in the Spring, to Marblehead and
Vermillion thru the summer months and fall. If you're
interested in fishing for Steelhead, Smallmouth or Perch, we
would love to have the opportunity to earn your
business. We take pride in many satisfied clients every
We are a family friendly business and
encourage you to bring kids, both young and old.
A note from the ODNR on the 2011 fishing outlook...
Ohio walleye anglers will catch fish mostly from the 2007 and 2003 hatches, with some contributions from the 2001, 2005, and 1999 hatches. Walleye from the moderate 2007 hatch will range from 16-22 inches in length, and will complement the larger 20- to 28iinch fish from the strong 2003 hatch. Fish from the fair 2005 hatch should be in the 19- to 25-inch range. Large walleye from strong hatches in the mid-1990s still persist in the population, providing “Fish Ohio” opportunities. Size distribution of the population should be relatively large, with fish harvested in the mid-summer in 2010 averaging 5-pounds. This trend should continue into 2011. Fish from the moderate hatch in 2010 will be present, but will not contribute to the fishery as the majority will be less than the 15” minimum size limit.
Perch anglers should encounter fish ranging from 7- to 13-inches from the 2007, 2008, 2005, and 2003 hatches in this year’s fishery. Lakewide, perch populations should be similar to those seen in 2010. Small fish from the 2009 hatch may show up in the fishery. Overall, we should have decent perch fishing in 2011. Fish from the weak 2010 hatch will not contribute to the fishery in 2011.
Smallmouth bass fishing in 2011 is expected to be fair. Although bass abundance remains below desired levels, those caught should be of excellent size (15- to 22-inches). Recent hatches of bass have been average or better, and these fish are expected to recruit to the fishery in future years.
White bass will continue to provide excellent seasonal fishing opportunities in the tributaries and the open lake. The catch will be dominated by hatches from 2003 and 2005, which will include many 13- to 16-inch fish. The 2006 and 2007 hatches were moderate and should contribute 10- to 14-inch fish to the fishery.