Want to do some Lake Ontario sport fishing and retire to your private cabin for the night? Being near Lake Ontario is like being near the ocean! Enjoy fishing stories on the deck with family and friends and plan the next day's adventure. We’ll clean your fish for free too!
Keep Coho Motion in mind if you want to do a teambuilding day for the staff, or want a charter a private sunset Bay Cruise. Your in for a Great Lakes experience aboard my 34' SeaRay Amberjack. Amenities aren’t just for the cabin rental - the boat has impressive amenities too: 14' beam ensures plenty of space (up to 6 passengers), Radar, Auto-Pilot and Fish Finder and bathroom facilities onboard.
Oak Park Marina is a few minutes from the cabin. Since you book your cabin & charter fishing trip directly with me (Captain Brian) I can give you a list of unique local adventures on and off the water. I’ll point you to the best sandy beaches, restaurants and let you know what month is best for watching the amazing meteor showers.
We also have a 19' Nitro “The Walleye Motion” on Oneida Lake. If Walleyes, Bass (large & smallmouth), Perch, Pike and Pickerel are your speed.
We provide the finest gear available to bring home those big freshwater game fish - you can bring your favorite rod too.
Cabin time in the Sodus, NY area includes swimming at Sodus Point Beach; strolling to the end of the lighthouse pier; touring the Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum (a museum in the historic lighthouse), seeing the cliffs at Chimney Bluffs state park (the most dramatic landscape on the Lake Ontario shore with lakeshore nature trails!) As long as you are exploring the region, make sure stock up on some cabin supplies at local Wineries and farm markets (locals tip: apples are the regional specialty.)
If you are a die-hard angler, you’ll want to carve out some time to visit the famous Bass Pro Shop located 30 minutes away in Auburn, NY.
Things to remember: You are responsible for your own NYS fishing license. Rain gear because the deck you could get wet - the cabin on the boat is always dry. Non-skid, non marking shoes. Food. Beverages. Sunglasses. Sunscreen. Camera.
$120 - $120 per night
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$156 per night
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2 Days: (2) 8 hour days, 2 nights w/cabin lodging
$340 each- 4 or more People
$440 each- 3 People
$640 each- 2 People
Cabin is optional:
Day Rates without the cabin
$475 - min. 1/2 Day (5 hrs)
$575 - min. Full Day (8 hrs)
Went out for two days with Captain Brian for the first time. Had a great time and caught some very nice fish.My friend that brought me along has been out with him for 10 yrs now, and says he's never been disappointed. I enjoyed the entire experience from the cabin , as well as the fishing. Captain Brian is a great guy who knows what he is doing. Thank you for a great trip , and will see you again next year. Todd R Slack
Captain Brian is not only knowledgeable about fishing but he is also very much into the outdoors as a whole. Got us on fish pretty quickly and everyone enjoyed our first charter expereince with him. Already booking two charters for next season! Jeff Causer
Brian is an experienced captain who knows the water and fishery. Works hard to get you bites! Scott William Hassan
captain is very knowledgeable about the lake and how to catch variety of the fishes that the lake has. been coming here with coho Charters for the last 18years. I highly recommend it. Joel Rodriguez
Awesome experience, always finding the fish and the captain is super fun. Brad M Jacobson
Been fishing with Brian for 20+ years! Always a good time! Kevin Beam
6615 Lake Bluff Rd.
North Rose, NY 14516
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585 -704-8765 If you call, mention "Rent New York Cabins". Visit website (if listed) then return and send your inquiry.
My name is Captain Brian Neal. I grew up on Lake Ontario. My knowledge of these cold, glacier waters is second to none. I operate a full time charter boat out of Sodus Bay on Lake Ontario and a cabin nearby. Ready for the thrill of your life? Bringing in that big fish is a trill and we do haul some big ones in around here. Even the Lake Ontario fish don’t think it’s fair that I know where they live and what time they like to eat :)