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Door County Charters??

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Heading over to Door County in July for anniversary and looking into maybe heading out on the water for fishing. Can anyone recommend some guides in the area? We'll be staying in Sturgeon Bay, but things are close enough up there I'd be willing to drive a little.

THanks.

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You should post this in the WI forum if you haven't already done so.

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There are a few in the Algoma area I would reccomend. 10 miles south of Sturgeon Bay. Alot of information on the WI board from last summer if you go back a few pages.

Kinn's Katch is probably the most reputable.

Elite fishing charters are the owners of opti tackle, they run a great charter.

The Relax boats are good too.

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 Originally Posted By: PerchJerker
You should post this in the WI forum if you haven't already done so.

Got it taken care of. Thanks for the idea.

Andy

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Check out Dumper Dan.

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Freedom Charter Services is awesome as well - right out of Sturgeon Bay. Capt. Rob Colbourn

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