"Outstanding charter captain, had a great day on the water and what an awesome boat!" -Terry M
Detroit, MI (PRWEB) March 16, 2015
The Detroit River is known for having the best walleye fishing in the state and the spring run on the Detroit River is legendary. The run kicks off with a parade of big fish usually in the end of March, beginning of April. The fishing will continue to be good through May. The Detroit River Spring Walleye fishing is in full force during April and May. This past year of the hundreds that we pulled out, many of them were trophy catches of 10 pounds or larger.
As soon as the river slows up, we concentrate on chasing the Walleyes on their migration to Lake Erie and begin open water trolling for the millions of fish in Lake Erie.
Lake Erie has an amazing perch population and runs begin on the open water as soon as the ice is out. The lake stays strong from ice out until ice starts to form. On the lake we will be trolling in line planners; this is a hands on, fun filled approach to putting fish in the boat. Years of chasing and patterning these fish tell us where we need to be at certain times to stay on the schools of migrating eyes. Our boat is not docked at a marina because we move with the fish and launch at the closest ramp to where we will be fishing. Lake Erie has giant Walleye that make for a very exciting catch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJXh4iCuljM
About The Captain:
Captain Brian was featured on Cabela’s Master Walleye Circuit and has over 20 years of experience fishing the Detroit River and Great Lakes. Aside from his passion for tournament fishing Captain Brian enjoys most the educational part of taking clients on trips. Other than walleye, Captain Brian has a deep seeded passion for perch, Great Lakes Salmon and Steelhead. When on a trip you will have a safe, fun day with all of the latest tools and techniques to be a successful as possible.
For more information please visit http://www.MonkeyBusinessFishing.Com or contact Captain Brain Woodard at (313) 300-9355 or email him at Brian(at)MonkeyBusinessFishing(dot)Com