Morning 5-Hour Public Fishing Trip

Tahoe Sport Fishing, Morning 5-Hour Public Fishing Trip

Get ready to spend an unforgettable morning fishing with us on beautiful Lake Tahoe! Our skilled crew will take you to the fish, teach you everything you need to know to landing a fish from the lake, and clean and bag your fish! Lake Tahoe fishing includes Mackinaw, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Kokanee Salmon (July-September).

Your trip will provide everything you will need to fish including bait, tackle, poles, light breakfast and refreshments like, hot coffee, water, soda, and juice.

You are more than welcome to bring any additional food or drinks with you, just no bananas!



Ride-Alongs $70 each: For those who want to come on the boat but don’t want to fish. Must have more fishing than ride-alongs in your party.

Gratuity: Never expected, always appreciated. Tips are based on your experience and usually range 10-20%.

Fishing Licenses

Don’t forget your CA or NV State Fishing License! All fisherman 16 & older are required to have a fishing license for either California or Nevada. If you don’t have one already, we sell the CA one-day and annual licenses in our Ski Run office!

The one-day license is $15.12 each and can be purchased when you check in for your charter.

How to Dress
We recommend that our customers dress in layers, so as to be prepared for all weather conditions. November through May can bring snow and/or rain and cold temperatures. Unlike weather in other parts of the country, cold weather here is a dry cold. Don’t forget a hat and sunscreen!

Fish Limits
Limit 2 Mackinaw (Lake Trout) with a combined fish total of 5 fish altogether. Lake Tahoe also has German Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Kokanee Salmon (July – October)

$125 per person + tax and gratuity. Children 5 & under are free with a paying adult. Expected to share a pole with adult
Ticket purchase required
Program Times: 
This fishing trip leaves from Ski Run Marina.
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Where is the activity?

Tahoe Sport Fishing (See address and directions on the rightbelow)