The Confusion & Confusion C4 Early Season Pastrick Marina, East Chicago, Indiana 46312
March 20th thru April 30th 2015
This is truly the early bird gets the worm this time of the year on Lake Michigan. A great time for Coho Salmon and Brown Trout. Early Spring this Coho fishery is unrivaled anywhere! Occasionally we also find Kings, Steelies & Lakers too. Yellow Perch are also a bonus as this is the best time of the year to catch the Jumbos too (What a great eating fish!). Typically an onshore fishery though at times we also venture offshore. Dress warm though we have heat on the “Confusion”.
2014 Early Season Rates
March 20st thru April 30th 2015
|5-Hour Economy Charter (1-3 Persons )||(Mon-Thurs Only!)||$490.00|
|Half Day (6 hours) Coho & Brown Trout Charter||(Mon-Thurs)||$560.00|
|Half Day (6 hours) Coho & Brown Trout Charter||(Fridays-Sundays)||$600.00|
|Full Day (8 hours) Coho & Brown Trout Charter||Mon-Thurs)||$700.00|
|Full Day (8 hours) Coho & Brown Trout Charter||(Fridays-Sundays)||$800.00|
* This is a private charter, prices are for the whole boat. 6 passengers maximum per coast guard regulations. (not including captain)
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Pastrick Marina 3301 Aldis Street
East Chicago, IN 46312
Directions to Charter Boat “CONFUSION” @ Pastrick Marina
From Interstate 80/94 (Marina is next to Resorts Casino-Gary)
Take the Cline Avenue exit North (Rt. 912). Go North to Exit 5C – Pastrick Marina. Turn left at first stoplight. Turn right at next stoplight to the guardhouse.
From the Chicago Skyway/Indiana Toll Road (Marina is next to Resorts Casino-Gary)
Take the Skyway South into The Indiana Toll Road. Take the Indiana Toll Road South Exit #10 (Cline Avenue Rt. 912 North) DO NOT EXIT AT CLINE AVE SOUTH-BRIDGE OUT! Stay to the Right and pass through the toll booth (No-Toll Presently) and Merge onto Northbound Cline Ave. Go North to Exit 5C – Pastrick Marina. Turn left at first stoplight. Turn right at next stoplight to the guardhouse.
Weather & Sea Conditions
The Charter Boat CONFUSION fishes on Lake Michigan in a large variety of sea & weather conditions. There is no need to cancel the trip under most scenarios. The boat is a very sea worthy vessel and combined with the captain’s knowledge of the waters, will provide for an enjoyable & safe experience whenever leaving the harbor. These links are for your benefit so that you can be prepared with the right clothing & knowledge of what to expect. The final decision of whether or not to cancel a trip is the captain’s responsibility & duty. As a true professional & full- time captain I am constantly in tune with the weather & sea states in order to give you the best trip possible.
Current Weather Conditions
Lake Surface Temperature