Trolling for Landlocked Salmon and Trout
Tim is an experienced Lake Winnipesaukee salmon fishing guide.
We use state of the art electronics to aid in finding and catching fish, including electronic downriggers that are connected to a Humminbird Helix 9 fish finder. We also utilize a Minn Kota trolling motor with autopilot for the ultimate in boat control.
The season for landlocked salmon and lake trout is April 1 – September 30.
We begin guide trips trolling for salmon as soon as we can get our boat in the water in the spring, which is usually the third week in April.
We offer two trips per day (AM and PM) Wednesday through Sunday.
Lake Winnipesaukee salmon typically average around 3-pounds, and get as big as 6-pounds.
We keep our boat at Roberts Cove Basin Marina located at:
28 Basin Rd. Alton, NH 03809
PRICING & PAYMENT POLICIES
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
One or Two People
Four-hour Trip – $400
Five-hour Trip – $500
Six-hour Trip – $600
Customary gratuity not included
Payment in full is required at time of booking.
Up to 60 days prior to trip – 50% refund
60 days or less prior to trip – NO REFUND
Cancellations for bad weather are at the sole discretion of your guide.
In the event your guide cancels for inclement weather, you will be given the option of rescheduling or a full refund.
Make sure you have reviewed our payment and cancellation policies.
To view our availability, click the Book Now button and follow the prompts to book a trip. You can view available dates and times without actually booking.
About a week before your trip you will receive an automated email with details (weather, etc.) about your trip.
If you do not receive the email, please feel free to reach out.
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