RATES & PACKAGES
Loaded Rod Charters fishes for Walleye from first ice off in the spring in Michigan waters jigging in the Detroit River, and after the spawn, he follows their migration East throughout the season as far as Cleveland Ohio as late as December.
Through the walleye’s easterly migration, Captian Jason targets their favorite feeding areas such as reef complexes, bays, the Erie Island's area, sand bars, and shipwrecks.
Along with this migration, Captain Jason utilizes over a dozen Launch ramps so that we spend more time with our lines in the water fishing and less time traveling across the water to the fishing area.
Over the past 21 years of fishing Walleye on Lake Erie, Captain Jason has become very successful at finding the Walleye and putting them in the boat.
Walleye | perch
morning or afternoon trips
Morning trips start at 6 am Dock to Dock or Limit (6hrs).
1-3 People $500
4 People $600
Afternoon trips start at 1 pm Dock to Dock or Limit (6hrs).
1-3 People $500
4 People $600
Walley & Perch Combo
Trolling for walleye then jigging for perch.
Dock to Dock or Limit (9hrs)
1-3 People $950
Walleye Night Fishing
Night fishing for Walleye (Seasonal)
Call Captain Jason for details
Dock to Dock or Limit (4hrs)
3 People max $425
* If you feel your guide worked hard for you, tips are appreciated.
$100 Deposit secures your date. Deposits are made on the "Book Now" button page.
WHAT TO BRING?
To help ensure you have an awesome and memorable trip on the water with Captain Jason aboard Loaded Rod Charters, we have put together a list of suggested items to bring with you.
Proper fishing license for the state we will be fishing. (Michigan or Ohio)
A cooler with plenty of water for everyone in your party to stay hydrated, also any sandwiches or snacks you may want for the trip. (To save space on the boat please only bring 1 cooler)
Sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, soft soft-soled shoes, rain suit, or warm clothes (weather pending). A cell phone or camera for pictures of your catch.
Motion sickness medicine such as Dramamine or Bonine (Captain Jason prefers Bonine). Some people get motion sickness from the water, it's nothing to be embarrassed about, if you are not sure if you are prone to getting motion sickness we recommend taking 1 dose before bedtime the night prior and one dose the morning before of your trip. Don't let motion sickness ruin your trip.
A large cooler (leave in your vehicle) to take home your catch.
Beer is allowed on the boat but no glass containers or hard alcohol are allowed.
Please note. Safety is a priority on the boat if anyone becomes intoxicated or becomes unsafe the trip will be terminated without a refund.
Under strict regulations by the US Coast Guard, no recreational drugs are allowed, this includes Medical Marijuana even if it legal in your state or prescribed by a doctor.
Loaded Rod Charters uses a 2017 Warrior V208, ideal for Lake Erie. The boat is a 21-foot fiberglass boat powered by a supercharged 350 HP Mercury Verado, with a 9.9 HP Mercury kicker, and a Minn Kota Ulterra 112 LB thrust trolling motor with spot lock will keep you locked on that perfect jigging spot, and while trolling the autopilot feature allows for precision trolling.
With this boat set up, we are not limited to launching in one place, and having to just fish for what's near that launch. We monitor the migration of the Walleye throughout the season and launch near the fish. With this ability, we spend much more time fishing and less time running across the water to the fish.
Captain Jason uses top of the line Lowrance electronics are updated with all the newest software for targeting those Lake Erie Trophy Walleye. Loaded Rod Charters is committed to safety so the vessel is also equipped with Lowrance marine band radio enabled with GPS.