Deep Lake Salmon Fishing, Lake Ontario

charter boat


Wednesday 10th June 2020
Ontario Fishing Charters with Captain Nick Foxcroft aboard the “Rod Wrestler”

Open to everyone, no experience necessary - novices welcome! Nick and his crew will guide you throughout the day. Salmon fishing on Lake Ontario is an outdoor adventure you don't want to miss! 

Fishing charter boats on Lake Ontario measure between 34 to 42ft and can accommodate up to 12 people with full kitchen and bathroom facilities.  Captain “Moby” Nick and his First Mate have equipped the “Rod Wrestler” boat with scotty downriggers, shimano rods and reels, plus the latest and greatest electronics to seek out your elusive fish. Nick has spent most of his life fishing - from Lake Ontario, the Florida Keys, Ketchikan to Alaska, Scotland and the West African Coast.

Cost: £200 + 13%HST = £226.00

08.30     Coach transfer from hotel to Port Credit 
09.15 Arrive at Moby Nick Fishing Charters
  Welcome and briefing by Captain Nick Foxcroft
09.45 Get on board fishing boats (group of 8 -12) and head out onto Lake Ontario
  Fish all day – all fishing equipment provided
  Breakfast, Lunch, drinks and snacks provided –professionally catered
16.00 End and head back to shore
16.15 Coach back to Fairmont Royal York Hotel


Additional and Useful Information
Weather Watch

June is a transitional month into summer, the weather is mainly warm and pleasant for the first few weeks before becoming hot and muggy with high levels of humidity. Average June temperatures are between 16º and 22ºC.

What to bring on the day?

Clothing/what to wear

  • Appropriate shoes i.e. trainers/soft soled shoes only
  • Raingear may be necessary or dress in layers in case of rain - it can be much cooler on the water.
  • A hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses are a must out on the water or sun protection
  • All fishing equipment/gear provided

Camera: Don't be the one to forget this!

Fishing Licence: Not necessary

Sickness: For those concerned about motion sickness there are wristbands, patches, or gravol which can be purchased at the chemist.

What happens to fish caught?

Catch & release option or possibility of donating to a local charity/homeless food centre.