Step 1. Purchase your Groupon using the buy button at the top of the page.Step 2. Locate your redemption code, which differs from the Groupon number and can be found in the center of the voucher. The voucher is viewable in the mobile app or by going to My Groupons and clicking the print link.Step 3. Visit the product page and enter the redemption code located in the center of your Groupon into the 'Enter Coupon' field and proceed through checkout.Step 4. Enjoy!
The fishing guides at Ohio Steelhead Drifters care about more than the number of fish their clients catch—although they can certainly maximize that. They know the best fishing spots in northeast Ohio, but they also have other priorities, such as safety, education, and technique. That's why, when they're not leading fishing or rafting trips, they teach fly fishers proper casting technique during one-hour seminars at their home base in Ohio's Steelhead Alley.
Mad River Outfitters, in business for almost 20 years, outfits anglers with gear, classic clothing, and products by Orvis, Filson, Barbour, and other leading brands. The shop features flies that replicate natural food sources, as well as personalized advice that each customer needs to become successful anglers in Ohio waters and beyond. In addition to helping customers select proper equipment, Mad River Outfitters hosts classes for beginners and expert anglers alike with topics including Knots & Leaders, Fly Casting, and Specialty Fly Tying—always with instructors who can provide specialized advice, such as how to outsmart the wily trophy fish.
With decades of experience skimming the shores of Lake Erie, U.S. Coast Guard–licensed Captain Sib Randolph has had ample time to hone in on the best spots to nab walleye, bass, and perch. Though he relies on years of successful fishing charters to guide his routes, it doesn’t hurt that his 27-foot SportCraft fishing boat is equipped with fish-finding and navigational equipment. In addition to advice on the likelihood of a fish’s ability to grant wishes, Captain Randolph supplies fishermen with free bait and ice.