Mega Bites Charters is located in the western end of the lake’s Central Basin and just a short run from the famous Islands Area in the Western Basin. Nearby is Cedar Point Amusement Park, one of the best in the world, hands down. And if you are vacationing at the Lakeshore and want some big city action, Cleveland is less than an hour away. Go to a ball game or enjoy the many first class museums, it’s your choice.
I've always believed that anglers should equip themselves with the very best gear they can afford before heading out to the lakes and streams. It makes for a more enjoyable, worry free experience. That's why I've gone to the expense of stocking only the best rods and reels I can afford for my charter customers to use on their Lake Erie charter.Best quality rods and reels Strong and tough braided line on all reels Shimano, Daiwa, Fenwick and Penn Quality trolling hardware that won't fail
Affordable Lake Erie fishing charters
Welcome to Mega Bites Fishing Charters on Lake Erie where you can experience some of the most exciting freshwater action on the planet with long-time fishing guide Capt. Tony Denslow. Whether it’s pursuing deep water trophy walleye, casting for smallmouth bass or hunting up large schools of tasty yellow perch, it’s a safe bet you’ll have an enjoyable and memorable day with a professional fishing guide who knows the lake.
I’ve been chartering since 1983, with docks in Vermilion. OH and in the Port Clinton, OH area during the spring angling frenzy. I am Coast Guard licensed, which means I have passed rigorous periodic testing on seamanship and physical fitness. I am also a member of the Central Basin Charter Boat Association and National Association of Charter Boat Operators, which is committed to the charter industry across America.
Every year I host people from all over the country. Individuals, friends and families come to Lake Erie because they know they have the best chance of catching fish. It’s that simple. Read about Lake Erie sport fishing some time. You will learn that more fish are caught from the lake than all the other Great Lakes combined.