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Looking for a good charter for this summer


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Booking a family charter trip for this summer...would like to cut the learning curve down when weeding out the good from the bad from the ugly. If someone could steer me in the right direction that would be great. I've been looking online and every website says they're the best...of course. thanks for the help.

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For what kind of fish and what lake? If your looking into Lake Superior, give Joel a call at end of the line charters.

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I am a charter boat capt. and i think that if you are looking for a great trip i think that every body is good and they will show you a great time and if they are bitting you will have a great time. the capt. will do his best and hope for good weather and he will know where the fish are and will do his best to hook you up and have fun with who ever you are out with so pick one and hold on the salman are going good right now and have some fun and if you would like more info let me now.

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I have been out on Hard times charters with capt.steve and End of the line charters with capt.joel in thte past and would recommend both. These are both duluth charters.

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I worked on chaters both on the great lakes and on the east coast of FL, most any capt. will try and find you fish.

If you think about it no fish= bad rep. and no tips.

try and find a crew that you will have fun with.

if your not catching fish and your out with a crabby crew, you'll have a day on a boat with a guy you don't like!!(He**)

the only one, I know of here that I didn't like is located at barkers island and has 3 letters for the name of the charter!! hope this helps

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IronMan Look me up if your interested on Lake Superior. Thanks guys!

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I Highly recomend End of the Line. Joel knows his stuff and his past 1st mates have been good old FM boys. Also Skippers Kid is now Chartering and Tom should be on fish as well. I know he sure spends a lot of time out there and is in the mix.

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