Commonly Asked Questions 
Question: 
How many people can I take on my trip?

Answer: 
(Trolling)
The trip is not per angler it is the same rate for 1-5 people. 
(Casting)
The trip is not per angler its the same rate for 1-3 people

Question:
How many fish per trip can I expect? 

Answer: 
(Trolling)
We averaged 7 muskie per trip.
(Casting)
We averaged 4-5 muskie per trip

Question: 
Do you supply the fishing license?

Answer: 
No. In the past they were not offered online for non resident 
ontario fishing license, now they are available here is the link https://www.ontario.ca/page/fishing-licence-non-residents-canada


Question: 
Is fall fishing your best chance for a trophy muskie?

Answer: 
We love fall fishing and yes trophy muskie are caught but it can be tricky due to tough lake conditions. Our favorite time to fish Lake Saint Clair is from mid July to mid August. We are still getting good numbers and boating multiple 50"   muskie on a given day.Fall
fishing is the time for the heavy girls.


Question:
Can you eat muskie?

Answer:
Im sure you could but on the Fins and Grins we are 100% catch and release.



Question: 
What is considered to be a trophy muskie?

Answer:
We consider a trophy muskie either 50"   or 30 pounds.



Question:
Where are you located?

Answer:
 Lake Saint Clair and we are located within Michigan Harbor Marina the address is 24600 Jefferson Saint Clair Shores Mi. 48080 is 
where the trolling boat is located our casting boat is launched in
several different locations.(This is not our mailing address)


Question: 
Do you have a gas surcharge?

Answer:
No we do not.



Question:
Will we fish if its supposed to rain?

Answer: 
Yes. Changing weather conditions offer a chance to boat a trophy muskie. If the weather is expected to be severe we will cancel or reschedule your trip.



Question:
Do we need to bring anything?

Answer:
We supply all the equipment needed all you will need to bring is your own food and beverages, proper attire for the conditions, drivers license and or proper identification and most importantly your camera.