New York State licensed guide. Guided fishing trips. All gear, bait and tackle provided. Canoe and kayak. Deer and bear hunting; bow hunting; black powder or rifle. Ice fishing, heated shanties. Overnight Adirondack camping, snowshoeing.
Fish and hunt the Adirondacks for trout, bass, landlocked salmon, pike, trophy deer, bear, grouse and predators. Summer and winter interpretive hiking. Ice fishing, weather permitting. Lodging is available at Outback Lodge.
New York State Licensed guide offers charters for fishing lake trout, land-locked salmon, smallmouth and largemouth bass and ice fishing on the Queen of American Lakes, Lake George. All equipment provided.
Enjoy the Adirondacks with New York State Licensed Guide. Day and overnight hikes; fishing the lakes and remote ponds, ice fishing; day and 2-3 day hunts for Whitetail Deer and Black Bear. Bring your camera!
Four-season fully licensed guide service offers Adirondack hunting, fishing, canoeing, hiking, backpacking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Day and overnight trips available! Let us put together a great outdoor memory for you.
Lake trout, landlocked salmon and bass fishing on Lake George, all bait and tackle supplied and we clean and package your catch. USCG Licensed Captain and New York State Guide with over 25 years of experience. Ice fishing; hunting guide.
Fishing on Lake George for lake trout, salmon, and bass; all on the same trip. 2, 4 or 6 hour charters; 3 hour bass trip. Children always welcome, 2 hour children's special hands-on learning casting and baiting. South and North basin fishing on request. All bait and tackle is provided. Ice fishing for perch, pike and trout; heated shanty, snowmobile rides; weather permitting.
The Lake George Area in New York's Adirondacks has long been a summer retreat. American families have flocked to Lake George, also know as the Queen of American Lakes, since the turn of the 20th Century. This location remains a popular summer vacation destination, offering plenty of family-friendly and free activities.
On the southern end of the blue, pristine waters that stretch 32 miles into the gorgeous Adirondack Mountains, there is the Village of Lake George, a kitschy, family-friendly little town dotted with lakeside motels, pancake houses, miniature golf and even a wax museum.