Aabsolute Fishing Charters - A Lake Erie, Ohio Guide Service
Welcome to Aabsolute Fishing Charters .We are located in Eastlake, Ohio at Southshore Yatch Supply 36355 Lakeshore Eastlake Ohio 44095. We're a Lake Erie fishing charter where Captain Mike Paglio and Captain Vinnie LoDuca offer some of the most exciting and successful Lake Erie fishing available. Enjoy an exciting day of Lake Erie fishing where you will catch walleye, yellow perch, trout, and many other species that call these Lake Erie fishing grounds home.
This particular region of Lake Erie is known as the Central Basin and the Central Basin is known for big fish. And whether you want to catch a wall-hanger walleye, a trophy rainbow trout or a jumbo perch you have come to the right place, the heart of Lake Erie's central basin and some of the best Lake Erie fishing on the entire lake. Ohio charter fishing attracts many thousands of anglers to the region every year to experience what some say is the best Lake Erie fishing available, not only in Ohio but the best fishing out of all the states that border Lake Erie. We fish the Popular Ohio Fishing Regions including: Cleveland Ohio, Eastlake Ohio, Lake Erie Islands, Fairport Ohio, Geneva Ohio, Lake Erie central basin, Grand River Ohio
Lake Erie charters are perfect for all anglers from the complete novice to the seasoned pro. Families are welcome, business groups, and kids too as Captain Mike and Vinnie has plenty of patience and does not mind at all teaching some fishing tips to young anglers that wish to learn. Lake Erie Fishing for Kids
Captain Mike Paglio and Captain Vinnie LoDuca
Captain Mike Paglio and Vinnie LoDuca run a professional & top quality Lake Erie fishing charter service and is a USCG certified Lake Erie charter fishing Captains. Captains Mike and Captain Vinnie are sought out by numerous Lake Erie anglers that want to fish with them and nobody else and there is good reason for it. Captains Vinnie and Mike has been fishing in Ohio and specifically fishing in the Lake Erie region most of their life and has amassed more quality fishing knowledge and skills than most of the other area Lake Erie fishing guides and it shows in their successful fishing.
In addition to Mike and Vinnies Lake Erie fishing knowledge they also have all the other qualities that make a fishing guide stand out among their peers. Captain Mike and Vinnie have a calm and friendly personality that especially makes a novice angler feel more comfortable. Mike and Vinnie also have plenty of patience, a must-have quality to be a successful fishing guide. They have the patience to look for the fish, the patience to wait on the fish to bite, and above all, patience with his clients. If you do happen to be a novice angler then you can rest assured Mike and Vinnie will have the patience to encourage and help you should you need it.
Lake Erie Walleye Fishing Charters
For various Lake Erie fishing trips, Aabsolute Charters sails out of Eastlake Ohio on the Chagrin River at South Shore Yacht Supply. We specialize in walleye fishing which usually begins just after the ice has melted. Though Lake Erie walleye fishing doesn't begin until May, after the ice melt you can be sure the anticipation of Lake Erie walleye fishing has been building among anglers for many weeks prior.
The anglers in this region live, eat, and sleep walleye fishing. Walleye fishing on Lake Erie is very popular and very productive which may be why Lake Erie is known as the Walleye Fishing Capital of the World. Walleye begin to start feeding aggressively in April and continue thru October when the Lake Erie walleye fishing slows down for the winter.
It is true that Lake Erie walleye fishing is the favorite among most anglers and guides but there are other great species to fish for. How about some yellow perch fishing which are said to be mighty tasty and if you get into a good school of perch you can easily fill a cooler. The kids can wind up yellow perch until their arms go numb. Along with walleye and perch fishing there is also steelhead and smallmouth bass available. Ask the Captain what you will be fishing for.