in Port Clinton, OH
Have a Good Time Aboard One of Shore Nuf Charters’ Head Boats
Fishermen who really want to go out on Lake Erie and fish for walleye and perch do not have to wait for many of their friends to free up some time in their lives. They can go fishing on one of the head boats of Shore Nuf Charters in Port Clinton, OH. A head boat is a perfect option for many anglers. We charge by the head, and there are discounts for seniors and children on weekdays. Head boats are an economically friendly way to fish and have fun. All of the boats are equipped with restrooms.
Weekends and Holidays: $47 Per Person
Weekdays: $42 Per Person
Children 15 Years and Younger on Weekdays: $39 Per Child
Seniors 62 Years and Older on Weekdays: $39 Per Senior
(One Coupon or Discount Per Person)
What Anglers Should Bring on Our Boats
Guests going out on one of our head boats should bring their fishing poles, tackle, a cooler 13 inches high or shorter with food and drinks. Rental rods are available. While out fishing you will need a stringer for your fish. When perch fishing you will need a bucket or small cooler for your fish. We do allow beer and wine coolers in plastic bottles or cans on the boats in moderation. Hard liquor is prohibited on the boat. Anglers need an Ohio fishing license to fish. They can purchase the license at our Marine Store. Remember to bring a driver’s license or state identification, and know your social security number.
Our Experienced Crew is Here to Help
The crew at Shore Nuf Charters is very helpful and attentive on fishing trips. We use our modern navigating equipment, experience, and fish finder to locate where the schools of walleye, perch, or other fish are located. Our crew helps fishermen net or gaff bigger fish, clears snags and tangled lines, and ties hooks. We want our customers to have a memorable time on Lake Erie.
Head Boat Schedule
8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Last weekend starts summer schedule
May, June, July, August (Summer)
7 a.m. – 2 p.m.
8 a.m. – 3 p.m. (Most Likely on Weekends)
2:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m./Dark (whichever comes first
May, September-October (Fall)
8 a.m. – 3 p.m.