Niagara River Fishing Charters
Welcome to the site that can provide you with an angling experience you will not soon forget. Niagara River fishing charters, Whether it’s King Salmon or Trout fishing on the lower Niagara river out of the very scenic village of Lewiston or super Smallmouth Bass and Walleye on Lake Erie out of Buffalo New York. Captain Steve Drabczyk assures you a fun filled day on the water with your friends, family, or business colleagues all year round. My goal is to provide an action packed day on the water no matter what your skill level is as an angler.
Undoubtedly you have heard of the natural wonder of the world that is Niagara Falls and the river that runs through it, bearing the same name. The Niagara River serves as a conduit connecting the Great Lakes of Erie and Ontario joining these two fishing Mecca’s that are second to none in the way of quality and diversity. These majestic waters boasts a reputation of excellence for great numbers of all types of game fish. New York’s sport fishing jewel has it all in the way of angling action. Captain Steve Drabczyk can put you on these fish.
I drift fish these big waters with light tackle, All fishing rods, bait and tackle are provided and I will also clean and package your catch for free. I can fish up to 4 people comfortably in my 2006 Lund Pro V 2025 magnum SE Tournament series, which is so quiet you can hold a conversation while at full throttle. Equipped with 3 depth finders and GPS with drift tracking capabilities. Swivel seats with back rests, as well as a bow mounted seat for your brave buddy.
This is a “hands-on” Niagara River fishing experience. You catch the fish!
You will personally feel the fish bite, set the hook, then hold on for the fishing experience of a lifetime. A full day trip is from 7am -2pm ( 7 hours). Half day trips are also available ( 4 hours). I am flexible on the start times to accommodate your schedule. I have access to several boats for multiple, same day Lake Erie fishing charters or Niagara River fishing charters. All you need to bring is a New York State fishing license. I practice catch and release after the state limit of fish has been caught.