Ludington is considered the #1 Salmon fishing port in Michigan! With over 25 USCG licensed pros operating fully inspected boats that insures your safety. You are guaranteed to have an exciting fishing adventure. Booking a fishing charter trip is easy. (1) Pick a date (2) find boats under the fishing charters tab and contact captains by email or phone. You can also call 800-927-3470.
Ludington Charter Boat Association
Year after year, Ludington ranks as the #1 salmon fishing port in Michigan. If you want great action and big fish, a charter fishing trip in Ludington should be your #1 choice.
The Pere Marquette river is the major contributor of natural reproducing salmon in Lake Michigan. Salmon are also planted at the Ludington State Park. The mature salmon return to the Ludington waters each summer prior to their spawning runs. Ludington is also known for the reefs and drop-offs near the port. This unique structure around the port of Ludington attracts bait fish and huge salmon, steelhead, lake trout and brown trout.
In addition to fishing, there are many more family activities in and around Ludington.
Booking a charter trip is easy. The prime fishing season is May through September; with the peak season generally considered as July/August. Pick a date when you will be in the area. Then check our listing of of over 45 professional
Click on the link above and view the listings, then contact the captain by email or call them at their listed number. Most captains provide all of the equipment you need and will also filet and bag your fish. Always ask your captain what services are included. Rates can vary by boat. Most charter boat websites display rates. If you need more information such as arranging multiple boats, contact us at info@FishingChartersLudington.com Click on the "Pure Michigan" video below and find out what all the excitement is about! See you on the water - FISH ON!
Its about to HAPPEN! COHO will arrive on Tuesday April 23rd between 12:00 and 1:00 PM. We appreciate any volunteers that can assist.
First was a high wire diver out 130 with a Mag Dreamweaver Blue Dolphin. Next was a low wire diver out 70 with an 8″ Kevin’s Girlfriend/Liquid Sunshine Action Fly. Third was a 225 copper with a glow spoon. We boated 2 out of 3. Then it was slow going. We talked to a couple […]