Our Boat, What to Bring, Captain's Rules & FAQ
Our boat is a 24-foot Trophy Bayliner. It's fast and comfortable and has a washroom on board. We have equipped the boat with state-of-the-art electronics and the best fishing equipment.
Garmin chart plotter / GPS
Garmin fish finder
Scotty electric downriggers
All safety equipment
Rods, reels and loads of fishing tackle
We are a Canadian Coastguard approved vessel
We are members of the
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What Are Some Things We Should Bring?
As mentioned, all fishing tackle is supplied. Some things which are good to bring along:
Food and Beverages
Your Favourite Snack
Soft Sole Deck Shoes
Extra Warm Clothes
Camera (your pictures of the one that didn't get away)!
Cooler for fish
How Many People Can Come Along?
We can accommodate up to four fishing guests. Base rate of $425 is for up to three people and then add $75 for a fouth person.
Do We Need A Fishing License?
YES at Can-Am Charters home port they are available children under 18 do not need a license.
What About Weather Conditions?
Weather is generally not a problem, however can occasionally cause concern. In the event of Bad Weather we will re-schedule your trip if so desired, or you will receive a full refund. We usually make the decision at or near the time of departure based on the individual group/groups.
What About Sea Sickness?
With Windy conditions motion sickness can occur. There are remedies for this including tablets and a patch that is applied behind the ear. If you are concerned please call us or use the Contact Us link for more information, or consult a physician.
Any acts of hostility, whether physical or verbal, towards the Captain or persons in your party will result in total forfeit of the days fishing as well as an escort back to port by the Ontario Provincial Police Harbor Patrol.
Any illegal activity or possession of illegal substances will result in total forfeit of the days fishing as well as an escort back to port by the Ontario Provincial Police Harbor Patrol.
We reserve the right to refuse service to any persons showing signs of excessive intoxication or undesirable behavior.