Guest Rates

We can handle anything from a single person guest, to large corporate guest groups. We try our very best not to mix guests from one group with guests from an unknown group to ensure better customer convenience.

All prices for our guests are final. We here at base all of our daily rates on a full day of guided fishing experience. All appropriate equipment and tackle will be provided by your guide.

Discounts recognizes the service to our country by discounting $100.00 to all active military personnel and veterans of all wars, on their trip.

All children under the age of 16 years old will receive $50.00 off the daily rate.

Deposits requires a deposit of 50% percent of the total cost of the trip you are booking. This ensures with only limited days in some of our target seasons, that we are not left with a last minute cancellation on a day that could have been filled by other guests.

Deposits will be fully refunded if a cancellation date is requested two weeks prior to your trip. Last minute bookings are handled on a case by case basis, depending if enough time is available for the deposit to be retained before your trip.

Cash, personal check or money orders are acceptable payment options. Please send payments to:
                        Mike Rasmussen 1005 Lakeside Drive #2,  Red Bluff, Ca 96080

Things Our Guests Will Need For Their Trip

1. Valid California fishing license

One and two day licenses are acceptable if purchased for the date(s) of your trip.

Other report cards required by the state of California (includes white sturgeon and Klamath river spring run Chinook salmon)

2. Personal Attire

Light clothing for our summer trips, including sunglasses, hat, sunscreen and sandals or light sneakers.

Heavy clothing for our colder season trips such as pants, bibs, jackets, rain gear and gloves.

Your guide will notify you in advance by phone prior to your trip what conditions are likely to be present.

3. Food and Drinks

We recommend you bring a small ice chest with plenty of liquids of your choice. (Alcohol is acceptable but encouraged in moderation as to not affect your fishing ability.)

Plenty of snacks and sandwiches to last you a full day on the water.

A larger ice chest is also suggested, to put your catch in at the end of the day.

4. Life Vest

Children under the age of 13 MUST bring a life vest that fits them properly for their size and weight. California State law states this personal flotation device be worn the duration of the trip.

What To Expect

Our primary objective is to provide you with a safe and memorable fishing experience when a guest of is on any of our many different full service guided fishing trips with either Mike or John. Success is of course a key factor and of the utmost importance to our guides. Also, building personal relationships with our guests and having a positive experience for all on board is the standard to which we hold ourselves. We as guides enjoy a day full of laughs and smiles spent with our guests. We want to build lasting friendships with our guests and continue to serve you as our guest for many seasons to come. We strive to leave you with lasting memories and the fulfillment of a successful experience. We recognize that there are many different skill levels of our guests and welcome first time fisherman (fisherwoman) or the life long angler. You will not be judged or scolded for any reason, and any questions you may have will be answered to the best of our knowledge. All equipment and tackle used is top notch and provided for you by your guide. Our boats are clean, reliable aluminum jet sleds that seat up to 5 guests per vessel. For larger or corporate groups, both boats may be used and even additional boats are available. You as guests of will be in the hands of an experienced, professional and licensed guide. At the end of your trip, your fish that were retained will be processed per your requests. Our hope is that our guests will be left content and full of memories of the days events and knowledge gained.