Captain Barry Schultz
Hi, I'm Captain Barry Schultz and Smallmouth bass are my specialty. It would be my personal pleasure to be your guide on your next charter."2018" marks the 18th year I've been guiding all to Trophy Fish, and while teaching them to catch these significant fish, I also show them a great day on the water. But, don't let that fool you, I have over 30 years experience fishing and hunting on Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, the Niagara River & across NY state.
Having grown up here in Western NY I've fished here since I was a boy with my dad and grandfather, as well as working as First Mate for 4 years before I started my own business. I bought my first boat in 1986 and have been fishing 100+ days annually ever since!
I have one of the best jobs ever and enjoy sharing it with others. Over the years I've learned what it takes to guarantee a great day on the water that is more than just catching fish, but that certainly helps. Giving Schultz Sportfishing a try, wetting a line with us and you'll be Hooked! Many of my repeat customers can attest to this, after fishing with me annually for years.
Great Lakes Master Captain's License
Emergency Red Cross Training
Boat and Gear
A 2018 Alumacraft 205 Competitor, powered by a 250 Yamaha 4 stroke that is a Deep-V Pro Style Walleye boat that provides smooth, dry ride and handles what ever Lake Erie throws at you! A Minn Kota 80PD Trolling motor with I-Pilot, 8hp Yamaha kicker motor. The Best in Electronics: Humminbird Helix 10 Chirp Mega SI, 999cSI & 987cSI HD units help put and keep you on fish! A Uniden Marine Radio and a Cell Phone are onboard as well as being Coast Guard compliant for your safety.
Memberships & Sponsors
I'm a Proud Member of: BASS, FLW Outdoors, LOTSA, Niagara River Anglers, Ducks Unlimited, NRA, Wildlife Forever, North American Fishing Club, and the North American Hunting Club. I'm affiliated with: Berkley, Fenwick, ABU Garcia, Humminbird, Minn Kota, Pro-Cure Scents, Seaguar and Owner Hooks.
Zero tolerance of all illicit materials. Or be prepared to be dropped off at the US Coast Guard dock.