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Frequently Asked Questions

Rates for Charters

Lac La Belle & Lake Superior Locations

Here are 11 things to look for
when booking a charter:

11 things to look for in when booking a charterA captain who is drug and alcohol free so you know he is ALWAYS sober to insure your safety.


11 things to look for in when booking a charterComfort of the boat, including a private bathroom.

11 things to look for in when booking a charterSafety of the boat, especially to be sure the size is appropriate for your party, the conditions and lake fished. Also be sure the boat has AT LEAST 2 motors, in case of failure.

11 things to look for in when booking a charterA Captain who has lived in the area his entire life, so he’s intimately familiar with it.


11 things to look for in when booking a charterKnowledge of the species and waters fished. Someone who LOVES to fish and “eats, breathes, and sleeps” fishing. Not just during the summer, but year around, dreams about fishing and how to improve.

11 things to look for in when booking a charterWhen visiting an UN-familiar area, Captain’s History knowledge of the area is always a bonus.

11 things to look for in when booking a charterA captain and crew who prepare the boat and fishing gear beforehand and is always on time for departures.

11 things to look for in when booking a charterGet a captain who is a member of a charter boaters association so he’s up to date with the latest requirements.

11 things to look for in when booking a charterOne who will keep your fish COLD and will fillet and bag them at no extra charge and is affiliated with local restaurants who can LEGALLY cook them for you.


11 things to look for in when booking a charterOne who is intimately familiar with the fishes habits and can fish effectively for several species, both inland and big water fish.

11 things to look for in when booking a charterA charter service that has more than one boat to provide more options in case of inclement weather or able to fish multiple bodies of water depending on conditions.

Sand Point Charters, LLC (Phone: 906-370-2257) will provide a fun and relaxing day on the inland lakes or Lake Superior away from the daily stress. You will enjoy fishing on Lake Superior, lighthouse cruises, scenic tours or catch trophy fish or just soak up the sun aboard the 30 foot “Fishin Mission” or the 19 foot “Helm-N-Buoys”. It’s perfect for fishing for lake trout, or seeing some of the lake’s old lighthouses and Keweenaw’s beautiful shoreline.

On Lake Superior, Lake Trout is the most common catch, (see my post on “Dispelling the Myth… Eating Lake Trout) but we also catch many Coho Salmon, some Steelhead and King Salmon and an occasional Brown Trout.

Walleye, small mouth bass, pike, crappie, rock bass or perch are all possibleĀ on Lac La Belle.

We will give you some history of the local shipwrecks and lighthouses of Lake Superior a as you enjoy your day on the water. Catch trophy lake trout at Stannard Rock if you are one of the more adventuresome, as the “Rock” is 35 miles offshore, but holds some of the largest lake trout in the “Big Lake.”

Eagle Harbor Lighthouse

Your charter can be as custom-designed as you like it, or choose from our many standard trips on the “Rates” page. We will take you alone, or up to a party of 6 on our very comfortable and safe 30 foot Cruiser or a smaller party onĀ the 19 foot Harbercraft.

We also make trips to Stannard Rock Lighthouse, Huron Island, Granite Rock. These are all offshore that cannot be seen except by boat. The season starts in the spring after the ice is gone and goes to late fall before snowfall.

Book early, as our summer fills up fast especially the month of July and the first 1/2 of August.

  • Located at Lac La Belle, Michigan, but we get our mail at:

Sand Point Charters, LLC
22950 Airpark Blvd.
Calumet, MI 49913

Manitou Island Lighthouse at the east end of Manitou

Mendota Lighthouse in Bete Gris

Copper Harbor Lighthouse

 

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