It’s time to reserve your charter fishing trip for the 2020 season. We will be attending the Progressive Northwest Sportshow in Minneaplis on April 2-5 in booth 1047, you can see us there or get ahead of the rush to get your date reserved. June 6 & 7 is the...
Merry Christmas and Best Fishes in the New Year from Willie Bee Charters.
Our 2019 fishing season has come to a end. Thanks to everyone that fished on the Willie Bee this year. Thanks to the Bee Team of Dalton, Tammy, and Ted for another fun fishing season. See You next year!
After remedying our banana problem we began getting the fish in the boat after battling 5 and letting them win. The salmon run is on as the season is winding down. Start planning your trip for 2020 now.
The kings came in and we collected 11 of 22 fish. With a number of doubles and triples on a action packed afternoon of fishing. With the season winding down for this year, start planning for 2020. Now is the time to reserve the peak season dates for 2020.
A family from the Czech Republic got out fishing on the Willie Bee this week. A bumpy ride, but we put a couple in the boat. They really enjoyed the ride in, that Tiara can run through some big waves. Looks like a couple of days at the dock with the high winds. West...
A nice day to get out to 400 feet of water and find some cohos and rainbows. Lots of spiny water flea right now. We need the next wave of fish to move in.
We are back in the action with some big kings, a rainbow and our first brown trout on the season. Looked like some kings are starting to stage up in the deeper water. With some big fish already hauled in this year the huge kings are yet to come.
The Original Willie Bee has left Two Rivers for the last time. She is making here way over to Port Clinton Ohio to pile up the walleyes. Good Luck to her new owner Steve, who caught his first king salmon over in Ludington. It was a historic moment as the two...
It’s been a slow couple of days, lots of small fish, but we found a couple of kings in the mix. The Munch Me Flies are still making them bite.