Wisconsin Charter Fishing
Wisconsin salmon fishing on Lake Michigan is really a great experience and many people in the Midwest don't even know you can catch salmon on the Great Lakes. This picture shows a 22 pound Chinook salmon caught while we were pre-fishing for a tournament. It is very important when Lake Michigan charter fishing to fish tournaments, so you stay on the top of your game for charter clients.
We fishing 4 to six major tournaments a season and it is important to be out the day before or even a couple days fishing. This helps to dial in on where the schools are and what the hot baits are. Most of the season it is rare that we go more than several days in a row without running a trip but it is key to be fishing just before a tournament.
Pre-fishing will give us the most important item to success and this is location. You must have an area where there is a good concentration of active salmon. Next you need to know which baits are hot and what direction is working best for trolling. This is something Silver King Charters takes into consideration before each Lake Michigan charter fishing trip.
When you put all this information together with the experienced crew aboard the Silver King you can have success during a tournament. But even more importantly this success shows up during your Milwaukee charter fishing and Racine Charter fishing trips all season long. This pre-fishing trip lead to a victory at the Morris tournament in Winthrop Harbor, Illinois for $15,000. We take our fishing seriously so you can enjoy a successful day on Lake Michigan salmon fishing.