Lake Erie Walleye and Rainbow Trout

$475 1-3 persons 5 hours (Walleye)
$600 1-3 persons 7 hours (Rainbow Trout & Walleye)

Get ready to create some unforgettable memories! Lake Erie provides some of North America's best Walleye and Rainbow Trout fishing. From May through the summer months, we start in Colchester Harbour and head east towards Leamington. Near the July and August months, Walleye and Rainbow Trout are targeted out of Wheatly and Erieau. Rainbow Trout put up one of the best fights in the fishing world. Perfect for the clients who want to relax under the bimini top, soak in the sun, and reel in lots of fish. Great for kids as well. Book your unforgettable summer fishing trip today!

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Big Water Fishing

Lake Erie FAQs and Techniques

Lake Erie is the fourth-largest lake (by surface area) of the five Great Lakes in North America, and the eleventh-largest globally if measured in terms of surface area. It is the southernmost, shallowest, and smallest by volume of the Great Lakes and therefore also has the shortest average water residence time. At its deepest point Lake Erie is 210 feet (64 metres) deep.

Situated on the International Boundary between Canada and the United States, Lake Erie's northern shore is the Canadian province of Ontario, specifically the Ontario Peninsula, with the U.S. states of Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York on its western, southern, and eastern shores. These jurisdictions divide the surface area of the lake with water boundaries.

The lake was named by the Erie People , a Native American people who lived along its southern shore. The tribal name "erie" is a shortened form of the word erielhonan, meaning "long tail".

The technique we use to target both walleye and rainbow trout is called trolling. Essentially trolling is using our vessel to cover water, pulling our baits through the water behind the boat. Your Captain takes care of all of this and the clients job is to reel in the fish. This tactic sounds simple, but the Captains at No Limits have mastered this procedure to target large fish and high quantities. This type of fishing is great for all people including kids. We only use top of the line trolling equipment, tackle and baits to optimize fishing performance.


Tools of the Trade

Years of experience has equipped us with the knowledge and equipment that we find outperforms all others. We are committed to providing high quality products for clients use.


Offshore Tackle

The Leader in Planer Board Technology

Trolling requires covering water and taking advantage of your available rod and tackle. Offshore tackle planer board are used to spread multiple lines behind the boat. This method is crucial for cover a wider area, and also multiple depths. Along with the tattle flag system, fishing with planer boards a deadly system. We also utilize Offshore Tackle's Snap weight system to target deep fish with crankbaits and tadpoles with worm harnesses.


Cannon Downriggers

Magnum 10 STX

  • 250-feet-per-minute retrieval rate is the fastest in the industry

  • Short-Stop - at the push of button, Short Stop automatically retrieves the weight and stops it at the waterline, so you can get back to fishing without worrying about boat damage from swinging weights

  • Positive Ion Control emits positive ions from the cable to combat the negative ions from your boat, creating a fish-attracting field of energy

  • Includes dual axis adjustable rod holder

  • Includes mounting base and low-profile swivel base

  • Telescopic stainless steel boom extends from 24" to 53"

  • IP68 waterproof connections

  • Easy spool access

  • Three-digit depth counter

  • Integrated ball storage hook

  • 20-lb weight capacity

  • Includes line release and 250 feet of 150-lb test stainless steel cable

  • Corrosion-resistant construction

  • Limited lifetime warranty


Luhr Jensen

Dipsey Divers

he special round shape and resulting multi-directional feature sets the Dipsy Diver® apart from all other divers and planers. A shift left or right, as indicated on the base plate, will cause the diver to track to port or starboard, allowing for large spreads of lures to be fished from a single boat. You'll cover more water when the Dipsy Divers are deployed. The adjustable trip mechanism can be set specifically for various lure sizes and the size of target fish. Four sizes of Dipsy Divers are available, with dive depths of up to 20, 35, 50 and 100 feet. See our Tech Report: Dipsy Diver, The Directional Diver and Tech Report #15: Trolling Spoons for Freshwater Salmon, Striped Bass, Trout.