Heatwave Fishing Charters specializes in personal
Walleye & Muskie fishing trips,
on the Detroit River & Lake St. Clair. We are located in Southeast Michigan. Our trips start April 1st and run through November 1st. All boats are Michigan DNR inspected and fully insured.
Our goal is to provide a thrilling and memorable fishing experience each time you charter the Heatwave. You can rest assured that no one will try harder or drive a few miles further to ensure you get a successful and safe fishing excursion.
Capt. Craig has over 40 yrs. fishing experience 25 of those yrs. chasing trophy muskie on Lake St. Clair & the Detroit River. His knowledge of fish tendencies and their seasonal movements will give you the very best opportunity for a successful fishing trip. We will teach you the tips and techniques to catching more fish.
* Master Great Lakes and inland 100-ton license
* Michigan Charter Boat Association member
* Enrolled in a Drug Screening Program
* American Red Cross certified CPR & First Aid
* Michigan Ontario Muskie Club member
If you are looking for a chance at a TROPHY MUSKIE/WALLEYE or just some
delicious table fare. Look no further, we boated 73 Master Angler Qualifier MUSKIE last season and, limit catches of walleye aboard the Heatwave were the norm with many being trophy size.
Few fisheries around the world can boast being "World Class" but you can rest
assure that Lake St. Clair and the Detroit River are indeed two of those places.
It is where limit catches of walleye are expected and multiple fish days for
muskies are the norm, with many being of Master Angler size. That being said, book your trip today with Heatwave Fishing Charters the #1 recommended fishing charter.
Lake St. Clair
Lake St. Clair at 430 square miles in size is an outstanding fishery known predominantly for its smallmouth bass, musky and walleye fishing. This triple crown of sportfish has earned this lake top honors in numerous surveys as one of the top fishing destinations in the United States.
The Detroit River 32 miles long is an excellent fishery within a large, urban area. Each spring, as many as 10 million walleyes leave the deeper areas of Lake Erie and ascend the Detroit River in search of rocky substrates to spawn on, creating a fishing frenzy known throughout North America.