Come together with your family and get back to nature with Fish Napper Charters, LLC Michigan salmon fishing . We are committed to providing Lake Michigan salmon fishing in St Joseph on the waters of Lake Michigan. We are honored in giving families and fishermen memories that will last a lifetime.
It’s always a good day to explore the beautiful views of Lake Michigan. Come join Fish Napper Charters for an unforgettable Michigan fishing adventure.
"Best captain ever! Beautiful boat and Saint Joseph is a lovely place to visit!"− Tanya (via Facebook)
"Capt to capt your one of the best. See ya soon."− Benji (via Facebook)
"What a great time!!!"− Samantha (via Facebook)
The boat is a 38′ Trojan Express with an extra wide 14′ beam, which insures room, stability and comfort for your day on the water. Comes with custom theater seating for all in your group keeping everyone where the action is. Equipped with all new Lowrance electronics, Big Jon Brute downriggers, and with multiple sponsors all the latest in fishing tackle.
Hi I’m Capt. Nate. I am a third generation captain. Before I graduated St. Joseph, MI high school, I already held my 100 ton masters captain’s license along with numerous Lake Michigan salmon and trout tournament victories all over the lake. Now years later and fishing nearly every single day, I will make sure to use the knowledge I have running through my vanes to ensure you the best trip anyone can give.
What to Expect
Lake Michigan Fishing Charters, St. Joseph
All of our Lake Michigan fishing charters are timed, you pay for it you will receive it. You get close to your limit or even catch your limit Capt. Nate will make suggestions on what else is available, it could be jigging for salmon or going in and anchor up for perch. We are not the other guys, catch your limit and go home. The charter captain will make all weather decisions. When booking your fishing trip on Lake Michigan there is a $200.00 per day deposit required to reserve your days. Bring whatever you want to eat or drink for your fishing trip.
Remember you’re on a charter boat, the decks get wet, slippery and moving around so wear non-slip shoes.