Alibi Sportfishing Charters is a full service fishing charter available for full or half day trips on Eastern Lake Erie or Western Lake Ontario. We offer groups of 1-4 anglers a quality Great Lakes Fishing Experience for trophy walleye, king salmon, coho salmon, steelhead, brown trout and lake trout.
Our season starts in early April in Wilson, New York on Lake Ontario for fantastic brown trout fishing. We stay through the month of May to enjoy great spring fishing for salmon and trout.
In June, we head to Dunkirk, New York to finish out the balance of the summer for walleye, steelhead, lake trout
Why Book a Charter with Alibi Sportfishing Charters?
For a fraction of the cost of owning your own boat and outfitting it for Great Lakes fishing, you can book several charters with us, on 2 different lakes for 2 different types of fishing!
With "Alibi Sportfishing Charters", you fish with an experienced Captain, who is on the water on a regular basis, with up to date equipment.
All you have to do is relax and enjoy your day on the lake! We do all the rest!
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LAKE ONTARIO, SALMON FISHING VIDEO
Check out our video shot in May from Wilson,
New York by clicking here!
Captain Bud Marsh is a fully licensed United States Coast Guard Master Captain, with over 28 years of Great Lakes fishing experience.
A beautiful spring king!
Captain Bud is on the pro-staff/captain's program for Dreamweaver Lures. In addition, he is a
Eastern Lake Erie Charter Boat Association
Southtowns Walleye Association
National Association of Charterboat Operators
Northern Chautauqua Conservation Club
Lake Ontario Trout and Salmon Association
Safari Club of Western New York.
Captain Bud with a monster 12 lb, 8 oz walleye!
Alibi Sportfishing Charters
Captain Bud Marsh
P.O. Box 655
Brocton, New York 14716
Home: (716) 792-4805
Cell: (716) 680-2375
Captain Bud Marsh and Alibi Sportfishing Charters are in FULL SUPPORT of the "Zero Tolerance" program of the United States Coast Guard.
NO ILLEGAL DRUGS of any kind are permitted on board. All violations will be reported to the United States Coast Guard and other appropriate authorities.