Half Day |  4 Hours  |  $250  

Full Day |  8 Hours  |  $400  includes lunch

1 or 2 anglers


Half Day |  4 Hours  |  $225  

Full Day |  8 Hours  |  $350  includes lunch

Additional anglers + $50

Bring your own waders, we provide everything else

*Valid NYS fishing license is required for all anglers

Lake Erie steelhead

Steelhead fishing in western New York usually starts around the end of September and the fish will come in waves from then until May depending on the season.  

With access to many tributaries in our surrounding area it's possible to escape the crowds and have  a beautiful piece of our water all to yourself.  

Great Lakes steelhead are beautiful, fast and powerful fish, and the trip to western New York is an affordable alternative to the west coast and their native ancestors.  Lake Ontario trips also have the bonus of lake run brown trout that come in to spawn and/or feast on the easy meals floating downstream.


Although western New York is know for steelhead and our other migratory salmonids, there are hundreds of miles of stocked and naturally reproducing trout, as well as tiny babbling brooks with native brook trout.  Depending on the time of year and weather conditions, these fish can be brought to hand on nymphs, dries and even streamers.  Spring and fall are the most optimal times, but trout can be caught in the dead of winter and summer, as long as stream temps are safe for the trout.

lower niagara

With average flows of 250,000 cfs the mighty Niagara River is a spectacle.  The shear beauty of your surroundings is trumped only when you see the beastly salmonids and other fish that call these turbid waters home.  Early fall the salmon (kings, cohoes, pinks) are the first to enter followed closely by brown trout, lake trout, and steelhead.  These fish on average are large and can use the massive current against you - having you and a net man chasing downstream.  Walk and reel!

Lake Ontario Tribs
(steelhead and browns)