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Jun012011

Dream Seaker Charters & Tours

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P.O. Box 282
Pickford, MI 49774-0282
Toll-free: 888-634-3419
Phone: 906-647-7276
Website: www.dreamseaker.com
E-mail: captainjim@dreamseaker.com

Great Lakes Fishing

Captain James C. Shutt
Offer 5 or 8 hour charters & 2 1/2 hour tours.
Featuring our "No skunk guarantee!"

Departs from Hessel, St. Ignace, Cedarville, DeTour, Drummond and Mackinac Island

Spring - Steelhead, Northern Pike, Walleye, Perch, Splake
Summer - Salmon, Lake Trout, Brown Trout, Splake, Northern Pike
Fall - Salmon, Steelhead, Northern Pike, Splake, Lake Trout

Book your charters early for these exciting events!
Les Cheneaux Salmon Derby - late August
DeTour Salmon Fest - Late July - Early August
Sault Salmon Slam - 4th weekend of August - Labor Day

Dream Seaker is a 2003, 27 ft. Sportcraft Hardtop fully equipped with electronics, safety items, fishing equipment and a stand-up restroom for your convenience.

Member of the Michigan Charter Boat Association
United States Coast Guard Licensed
Captain James C. Shutt, No 826374
State Inspected/Fully Insured

Captain Jim suggests:
- A valid Michigan all-species fishing license. Daily permits available onboard.
- Wear warm clothes and bring a jacket
- Bring rain gear if the weather is threatening (the Captain will make all weather decisions)
- Wear comfortable, soft-soled shoes
- Bring a hat, sunglasses and sun block
- Have a large cooler available to take your catch home
- Box lunches are available upon request
- Don’t forget your camera!

Please call for current rates. Prices are based on number of persons. Half day (5 hours) and full day (8 hours) charters are available.

Driving North on I-75, take Exit 359 (M-134). Head east to the blinking light at 3 Mile Rd. Turn right to the Hessel Marina.

- $100 deposit required to hold reservation
- Maximum 6 persons per boat. Larger groups can be accommodated with additional boats.
- Motel and camping accommodations available upon request.
- Visa & MasterCard accepted.
- Handicapped Accessible

Guided Tours
Dream Seaker offers guided boat tours featuring our scenic cruise of the beautiful, historic Les Cheneaux Islands.

Les Cheneaux Island Tour -
Just 28 miles NE of the Mackinac Bridge is a chain of 36 islands known by the French name of Les Cheneaux, meaning, "the Channels." For centuries, Indians canoed through these channels especially when gales made passage along the Lake Huron shore dangerous. The Indians were followed by French Fur Traders, logging schooners and fishing boats. Beginning at Hessel Bay (Home of the first Chris Craft dealership), the tour winds through Snows Channel, passing LaSalle Island into Government Bay; then past Coryell and Boot Island. Next in view is Strongs Island, owned by Charlie Winn, founder of Four Winns Boat Company. Today, visitors to the Les Cheneaux Islands enjoy boating, kayaking and viewing the abundant natural beauty and wildlife - eagles, osprey and ringbill gulls. Near the outside edge of the islands site Martin’s Reef Lighthouse, built in 1927 to warn travelers of a reef connecting the Straits and St. Mary’s River. At the end of the tour, you will agree with the Nature Conservancy, which calls Les Cheneaux "one of the last great places where natural systems are still largely unsullied."

Tour lasts approximately 2 1/2 hours.

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