Give a man a fish, and he'll be fed; tell a man to get his own, and he'll loot mounted bass from a taxidermy shop. Lure legal alternatives with today's Groupon: for $275, you get a six-hour salmon-fishing trip for up to six people (up to a $575 value) from Why Knot Charters in Algoma.
From May to September, Why Knot Charters' salmon-hunting parties troll the waters of Algoma, tracking groups of salmon that glide throughout the lake's waters, making it virtually assured that something will bite the bait. Customers can sail the non-seas aboard a 34-foot Silverton Sedan, which come equipped with a captain boasting more than a decade of guiding and Canadian Football League experience, as well as an onboard bathroom and a roof overhead for adverse weather. Each open-water excursion includes bait and tackle, and customers are encouraged to bring a cooler of snacks and beverages, as well as UV defense and a camera to document the day's catch or any sightings of celebrity deep-sea divers. All individuals aboard the boat must own a valid Wisconsin fishing license with a Great Lakes Trout Stamp, or a Two Day Great Lakes license.
Why Knot Guide Service
Captain Zach Burgess and his experienced crew members are determined to get you out on Lake Michigan and the Bay of Green Bay, come rain, snow, or zombie apocalypse. For walleye fishing in the warmer months, they have an equipped 2014 warrior 203, whose deep sides provide stability. Come winter, they roll out 8'x10' ice shacks that can hold up to five people seeking perch and whitefish near the warmth of a wood stove.