Lake Erie Fishing Charters
The fully equipped Badman follows the fish to the best locations in the western basin of Lake Erie in Ohio and including Canada.
Lake Ontario Charter
Olcott, New York
Lake Erie Charter
Port Clinton, Ohio
Experienced or a beginning angler, young or old, you're always welcome aboard the fully equipped Badman!
Ladies and children will find the charter boat Badman comfortable, there is a large area for storage of extra clothing and gear onboard
The Badman is a safe, stable 27ft. Tiara charter boat. On board are separate coolers for food and fish, lots of extra storage for your gear and a private, stand-up toilet. It is equipped for safety and comfort. This is always our business's first consideration! The Badman is moored at West Harbor Marina in Marblehead, dock number is 128. Your Ohio fishing license can be purchased nearby and have your fish cleaned before you leave.
- The Badman is a 27 ft. Tiara Pursuit Sport Fisherman powered with twin 270 h.p. crusaders engines.
- It is equipped for safety. This is always our business's first consideration!
- There is an area for making lunches, with plenty of extra accessible safe storage.
- There are separate coolers on-board for beverage and food items.
- The Badman is moored at West Harbor Marina, only minutes east of Port Clinton, on the Marblehead peninsula.
The Badman is fully equipped for both drift fishing and trolling!
Everyone is welcome and YES, there is private toilet facilities on-board for your use
For your comfort and safety while on your Lake Erie
fishing trip The Badman is equipped with the following:
>> Lowrance LCX-110C
>> Standard electronics VHF Ship to Shore Radio
>> Lowrance Global Map 6600
>> Cellular Phone
>> Big Jon Downriggers & equipment
>> Berkley Rods
>> Okuma rods and reels
>> Private, Stand-up toilet
>> All U.S.C.G. Safety Equipment
>> Moors Sub-troll
Plenty of room, so bring the extra gear!
>>Don't be late: It's a good adea to arrive at least 15 - 20 minutes before your charter.
>>Know where to find the dock: It's always a good idea for you and your group, when arriving a day early for the charter, to take time to locate the dock before your trip.
>>Consolidate coolers: Try to take as few on board as you can. Even though there is alot of space for extra gear, the fewer coolers the better. FYI: there is a large fish cooler and an additional larger cooler for food and beverages if needed.
More Helpful Tips!!
>>Sea-sickness: Motion or sea sickness can ruin a trip fast. Prepare anyone with the proper medication and/or watch the food they eat the morning and/or night before.
>>Find out where we are goinig to fish: Call two or three days before the trip to find out what licenses might be needed on the charter. If fishing is better in Ontario owaters, a great day on the lake may require different licenses.
>>Coolers to take home: Make sure you have a large enough cooler to take your catch home, whether its' already cleaned or you oplan on doing it yourself.