lake_michigan_charter_fishingApril 21st was the day we had waited for—the big boat launch day when we put all four of our boats in the water at Port Washington Marina. Our Lake Michigan charter fishing service couldn’t happen without our beloved boats in the water, you know?

Our Nicky Boy boats were put into the water via trailer. The day was a bit rainy, as well as cloudy and sunny—a typical Wisconsin spring day when the weather could and would change every few hours.

Lately, the outdoor air temperatures have been between 45 and 70 degrees or so, which means it’s not too cold to fish, and not too warm, either. The Lake Michigan charter fishing season has officially begun, and it looks to be a couple of great months of fishing ahead.

Nicky Boy Charter boats work seven days a week from April through October, with four large, clean, ready-to-fish boats commandeered by expert, friendly Captains who know the best fishing spots on Lake Michigan. If you book your trip today, expect to catch some trout and salmon out on the lake as they’re in the water, waiting for you to get ‘em. This month is as good as any to book your fishing adventure on Lake Michigan, away from the sameness of life on land. Come on—some fresh air would do you good!

On our Facebook page, Jim Crowley posted some pics from his “Fishy Fridays,” showing off some big fish from Lake Michigan. And some moms and daughters took an early season Lake Michigan charter fishing trip on a beautiful spring day, complete with a glorious sunset in the evening. Pictures from that trip were posted on Nicky Boy Charters’ Facebook page.

Before all the dates get fully booked up, you should call and reserve your group’s fishing day with Nicky Boy Charters. Call 1-877-896-5500 to make reservations today.