What to Bring Here is what you will need and want to have with you on your adventure! Things you will need: All tackle and bait provided! A MN Fishing License with a Great Lakes Trout Stamp or One day Great Lakes License is necessary to board and catch fish on Lake Superior A sports bag is a good idea to bring for carrying your rain gear, hat, glasses etc and other personal items that you need on a charter fishing trip. Bring a cooler for food and drinks. Bring drinks to help keep yourself and your friends hydrated and happy. You can bring beer but you must be 21 years of age Bring sandwiches or food depending on the length of your charter. You'll need to keep your energy up for reeling in the big trout we plan to catch. Nothing can ruin a fishing trip worse than seasickness. If you get sea sick or aren't sure if you get sea sick then it is a very wise idea to take your Bonine before you leave the dock. Even in Duluth during the summer you can get a sun burn. Make sure you bring sunscreen especially if your burn easy. Bring sunglasses. Preferably polarized fishing glasses to lessen the sun's glare that reflects off the water. Starting out at 6 am means that you may need to dress in layers and bring some warm clothing to wear. You'll want to be comfortable and the temps can change quickly. Don't forget your rain gear when you go charter fishing on Lake Superior - The weather can change quickly. A hat or ball cap is a good idea and protect your head from burning. Wear comfortable shoes with traction, so you can anchor in while you're reeling in the big catch. Bring a camera for video and still photos so you can show off the big one you caught. Tipping is optional, but we hope we do a great job and earn your business; year after year. Cash is a great thing to have for the restaurants or bars around the Duluth area when your charter is over.