Are you looking for a fun day of fishing on Lake Tahoe? The captains and crew of most Lake Tahoe fishing charters are local men and women who have spent their entire lives fishing and hunting the waters and surrounding areas of Lake Tahoe. Anglers from all over the world know Lake Tahoe as one of the best freshwater lakes for fishing and booking a Lake Tahoe fishing charter is the best way to put you on the fish.
You can fish Lake Tahoe all year long, and depending on the time you are here, your Lake Tahoe fishing guide will customize a fishing day just for you. Whether you are here to catch “Laker” Mackinaw, Rainbows, Browns, Bass or Kokanees, they know where all of these fish will be during the spring, summer, fall and winter. One of the beautiful things about hiring a Lake Tahoe fishing charter is that they will take you out on the water, and the knowledgeable captains know secret spots to fish to help maximize the chances of you coming home with a cooler full of fish.
Most Lake Tahoe fishing charters offer half-day and full-day charters with shared and private options available. There are many professional Lake Tahoe fishing charters dotted all up and down the Nevada and California coastlines. Whether you choose the north, the south, the east or the west, you are bound to have a fun-filled, action-packed day on the water with your Lake Tahoe fishing charter.
In Lake Tahoe, there are many public and private charters. The average cost for public charters is around $199 for 4.5 hours and $285 for 6.5 hours. Private charters’ prices range from $648 for 1-3 anglers to $1037 for 6+ on a 5-hour trip, and from $1200 for 1-3 to $2000 for 6+ anglers for 7 hours on the water.