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Trips & Rates 

Central Coast Angling is please to offer the following charter fishing trips. The following excursions have been custom tailored to maximize quality of time on water and angling pleasure. Multiple boat trips are available upon request. 

Cancellation/Refund Policy: At the time of booking a credit card will be required to hold your date. IF YOU CANCEL 24 HOURS PRIOR TO YOUR TRIP FULL RATE WILL BE CHARGED TO THE CREDIT CARD USED TO HOLD THE DATE. ZERO EXCEPTIONS!!!!  Multiple boat trips will require a deposit of $150 per boat. If weather is a issue the date you booked will be moved to another date that works for you. 

Perch Trips

Come join us as we target jumbo perch. A fun catch and even better eating, the spring perch season lasts approximately 60 days. Bookings begin March 1st and usually wind down around May 1st. Fall season starts the last week of September and comes to a close December 15th. We do accept bookings throughout the winter months as long as the air temps are above freezing!

All skill levels are welcome as Captain Bob is an excellent and patient instructor. Your captain is also quick to bait your hook so your fingers will stay dry and warm! At the end of your trip we will clean your perch for you and package them up. 

Please support you local Captain and First Mate and remember gratuities are always appreciated 

Salmon Fishing

Max 4 guests per trip


Join Capt. Bob on the pristine gin clear waters of Lake Michigan and target the king of the lake, the Chinook salmon. Trolling techniques apply. We will provide top quality gear and use the latest technology available to get the king of kings on the end of our lines. Watch as the sun rises/sets over land marks such as North and South Manitou Islands, South Fox Island or the Leelanau Peninsula. Nothing quite compares to the scenery of northern Lake Michigan in the summer months as we chase the silver fish that are sure to test our tackle. 

Please remember gratuities are always appreciated as our Captain and First Mates work very hard to ensure you have a great day on the water. 

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