Split charter 2/27 or 2/28

Looking for 2-3 to split a charter or an open spot either the 27th or 28th of Feb. If someone has an open spot I'm more than willing to help with expenses, clean-up afterwards, and can return the favor if you ever get up to N.E. Ohio with a walleye trip.
Capt. Brett
USGC 50 Ton Master
Ohio Licensed Guide

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  • SeaSearcherSeaSearcher west FlPosts: 67 Greenhorn
    You might look into one of the 12-36 hr head boats, the weather can be iffy this time of year, the winds can keep a lot of people off the water.  Those bigger boats will still go.  If you're dead set on going out, they might be the most reliable bet. 
  • Neo01Neo01 Posts: 12 Greenhorn
    You might look into one of the 12-36 hr head boats, the weather can be iffy this time of year, the winds can keep a lot of people off the water.  Those bigger boats will still go.  If you're dead set on going out, they might be the most reliable bet. 
    Did the 12hr. last year without much success but I'm keeping it in mind as a last resort.
    Capt. Brett
    USGC 50 Ton Master
    Ohio Licensed Guide
  • SeaSearcherSeaSearcher west FlPosts: 67 Greenhorn
    yeah, the longer trips seem to do much better, go much farther out. Definitely need the right gear too. There are some threads about those trips, maybe someone can help you out with it if they do those longer type trips. 
  • SeaSearcherSeaSearcher west FlPosts: 67 Greenhorn
    This offshore report can change from day to day, but you might want to keep your entertainment options open for next week. Thursday was looking to calm down some but still lumpy out there. 


  • Neo01Neo01 Posts: 12 Greenhorn
    Still looking and Thursday is looking good weather wise.

    Capt. Brett
    USGC 50 Ton Master
    Ohio Licensed Guide
  • Neo01Neo01 Posts: 12 Greenhorn
    Got a spot with Capt. Morgan. 
    Capt. Brett
    USGC 50 Ton Master
    Ohio Licensed Guide
  • SeaSearcherSeaSearcher west FlPosts: 67 Greenhorn
    How did you do?
  • Neo01Neo01 Posts: 12 Greenhorn
    edited March 4 #9
    How did you do?
    Sorry for the late response but we Killed it. Great Capt. and mate. Both busted their butts to keep us on fish. Mostly fished 100'-105'

    Capt. Brett
    USGC 50 Ton Master
    Ohio Licensed Guide
  • SeaSearcherSeaSearcher west FlPosts: 67 Greenhorn
    Neo01 said:
    How did you do?
    Sorry for the late response but we Killed it. Great Capt. and mate. Both busted their butts to keep us on fish. Mostly fished 100'-105'

    Awesome!  That is a great day, kudos for them putting you on fish! 
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