Your safety is my #1 concern. Unfortunately with the Great Lakes, we can have blow days where it is just too rough to fish. The worst time of the year is in April, but we do have to cancel once in awhile through the summer months also. I will try to inform you as soon as possible of inclement weather. I understand that some clients will travel a long distance to fish and I may call several days in advance to discuss the possibility of a poor weather. I will do my best to save you the hassle of driving a long distance and staying in a hotel to only to have to go home without having the chance to fish. As the captain, once again, I have the right to end the trip early due to inclement weather. If this happens, we will reach an agreement that's fair for both parties.
This is fishing and I cannot guarantee you will catch fish. I will, however, guarantee, In the event you do not catch at least one keeper of your target species, you will not have to pay for the trip. I want you to understand that fishing is more than a business to me, fishing has been a passion of mine since I can remember. I take my ability to put fish in the boat seriously and I take trips with poor outcomes personally. I will do everything I can to make your trip successful. Sometimes in the spring, the walleye fishing will turn absolutely sour for up to a couple weeks. I may cancel your trip in advance if this happens. I will not knowingly let you charter me for a trip when I know the fishing is bad. Myself and my mates want you to have the experience of a lifetime. We want you to be a returning client and will do everything in our powers to ensure you have a great experience!