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6 Hours – $900.00
8 Hours – $1,000.00

*NEW* Sun Up to Sun Down – $1300.00

Rates are based on a 5 person charter. A 6th person can be added for $100. Additional boats are available for parties of 7 or more.

Please note that Michigan and Canadian fishing license is required, but are not included in the charter rates.

Reservations & Cancellations:

  • A $200 deposit is required for all charter reservations

  • Deposits are 100% refundable up to 14 days prior to the booked date.  This includes charters which are cancelled by Capt. Mike due to weather conditions.

Our Boat

Our Fleet

Make: SeaRay
Model: 310 Amberjack
Length: 31′     ~     Beam: 11’6″
Power: Twin 454 Mercruiser inboards
DNR Inspected

Auto-Pilot, GPS with Plotter, Color Video Sounder, Radar, Speed & temp sensors, Sirius Satellite Radio, VHF Radio & Cellular phone.

Full enclosure for cold or wet conditions.Spacious seating and eating area. Private Standup Head

What to bring

What to bring
  • Michigan Fishing License

  • Ontario Fishing License

  • Camera (Get that trophy Muskie on record)

  • Sunglasses/Sunscreen

  • Soft sole or “deck shoes” (no black sole shoes will be allowed on boat)

  • Food and beverage

  • Proper Clothing (According to season)

  • Everything else will be provided!!


Fishing Licenses

Purchase the required licenses and then either print the license and have a copy on you or download a copy onto your phone. 

Michigan Fishing License

Click on button below and select Licenses

Ontario Fishing License

Click on button below and select Licenses

Where to meet

Where to Meet

Muskie Mania Sport-fishing Charters is located within the MacRay Harbor Marina in Harrison Twp.


MacRay Harbor
30675 North River Road
Harrison Township, MI 48045

Waypoints: 4236.609 N 08247.746 W




Hampton Inn & Suites Detroit/Chesterfield Township

45725 Marketplace Blvd.
Chesterfield, Michigan, 48051
Telephone: (586) 948-2300
Fax: (586) 948-2301

Lake St Clair

Lake St Clair

The smallest lake in the Great Lakes system, Lake St. Clair is not considered to be one of the “Great” lakes.

Lake St. Clair is shallow, averaging 10 feet (3 meters) deep. St. Clair’s maximum depth is only 21 feet (6.4 meters), a mere fraction of Lake Superior’s maximum depth of 1,332 feet (406 meters).

The northeastern portion of Lake St. Clair is an extensive delta system, the largest within the Great Lakes.


LENGTH: 26 miles / 41.8 km.

BREADTH: 24 miles / 38.6 km.

AVERAGE DEPTH: 10 ft. / 3 m.

MAXIMUM DEPTH: 21 ft. / 6.4 m. *

VOLUME: About 1 cubic mile / 4.17 cubic km.

U.S.: 162 sq. miles / 420 sq. km.
Canada: 268 sq. miles / 694 sq. km.

DRAINAGE BASIN AREA: 4,890 sq. miles / 12,616 sq. km.

SHORELINE LENGTH (including islands):
Mainland: 59 miles / 95 km.
Islands: 84 miles / 135 km.
Mainland: 71 miles / 114 km.
Islands: 43 miles / 69 km.

OUTLET: Detroit River to Lake Erie

NAME: French explorers discovered the lake in 1679, calling it Lac Sainte Claire in honor of Sainte Claire of Assisi whose feast day fell at that time. It was Sainte Claire who established an order of Franciscan nuns called the Order of the Poor Claires. Government officials and mapmakers later changed the spelling to the present form of Saint Clair, or St. Clair. This led to some confusion as to the true origin of the name. Another theory is that the lake was named after the first governor of the Northwest Territory: General Arthur St. Clair.

* Deepest measurement outside dredged navigation channel, which has a depth of 27 feet / 8.2 meters.
Reference: Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair Handbook (1993), edited by Stanley J. Bolsenga and Charles E. Herdendorf, WA

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