WELCOME TO LEGAL LIMIT CHARTERS!!!
Legal Limit Charters is a family owned and family operated fishing charter business docking in Monroe, MI and Olcott, NY. We specialize in Lake Erie Walleye, Lake Ontario Salmon (Coho and King), Trout and Steelhead and Lake Erie Perch (especially the tasty Yellow Perch).
We pride ourselves in knowing that our customers are satisfied each and every time they come out with us on the water. A testament of the commitment we have for our customers is the strong base of repeat clients who have returned to Legal Limit Charters year after year.
LAKE ERIE WALLEYE FISHING
The migration of the walleye on Lake Erie begins in mid March when they migrate towards their spawning areas that can be one of several in the Western Basin of Lake Erie. One is the Maumee River, another are the reefs on the south shore of Lake Erie and the third is the area between the Toledo Lighthouse and Turtle Island where dredging humps are located.
The spawning period starts around April 1st and goes until May 15th; depending on water temperatures.
LAKE ONTARIO SALMON FISHING
Fishing for salmon in the deep waters of Lake Ontario will provide you with a really memorable experience.
Leaving from the Newfane Marina in Olcott, NY you will have a full day of going after Salmon (King and Coho), Steelhead and Lake Trout.
With salmon normally ranging anywhere from 20 to 40 pounds, our customers, many times, catch the largest fish of their lives.
LAKE ERIE PERCH FISHING
Lake Erie perch fishing charters are normally booked in the late summer and goes into early October.
The waters of the Western Basin begin to cool at this time and the Yellow Perch begin to school off the shores of Michigan.
This is where we are and consistently catch our limits of what some consider to be the best tasting fish in the Great Lakes.
FISHING OUTLOOK FOR 2017!!! Perch Fishing The trawl count in the summer of 2016 was that Lake Erie had more perch in the western basin than ever before! In 2015 we experienced getting large numbers of baby perch which were mixed in with the emerald shiners that …