CapriFleet Charter Services
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Effective 02 DEC 2000 - Subject to change without notice.
- Ohio Fishing License, if fishing.
- Canadian Fishing License, if fishing Canadian waters.
- Deck or soft-soled treaded Tennis Shoes.
- Motion Sickness Medication if you need it. Take it about 1hr prior to leaving the dock - follow the directions on the one you buy.
- Required Prescription medication.
- Food and Drink (or we can supply it for an extra charge).
- Light Jacket, Coat or Insulated Suit, and etc, depending on season.
- Rainsuit, except people who don't want to fish can hide in Vicki L's big dry cabin. Ditto to a lesser extent on Lesa L and Iron Pumkin.
- Cooler to take fish home in (fishing or combo trips).
- Sunglasses to prevent fried eyeballs from UV reflections off of the water.
- Sunscreen, in summer.
- Hat or Visor, if desired.
- Insect repellant (mostly Jun-Aug).
- Change of clothes - if not summer, in case you get drenched. If an extended cruise you will probably want a few casual changes, and 1 or 2 "going-ashore" changes.
- Ditty bag with personal items (toothbrush/paste/soap/washrag/destinker/etc) if charter is an overnight (or more) trip.
DO NOT bring:
- Your fishing Rod and Tackle if desired (else we supply, except for bass bait).
- Video or still Cameras and Film or Tape.
- Toys or games to keep the kids (or anyone else) happy, if they need it.
- Small amount of beer and "wine coolers" OK. No getting drunk!
- Illegal Drugs! - - We don't really NEED to lose our licenses!
- No Hard Liquor on day trips. A small amount, for nightcaps after we are docked or anchored for the night, is OK on charters which incluide on-board overnight segments. No getting plastered!
- Stuff that breaks easily, or is an injury hazard. Remember - boats roll and pitch. Sometimes almost un-noticable, but sometimes quite violently, especially in mid or late fall.