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Game on! The 2017 season is underway!  Call now to book your charter with Captain Matt!  (716) 946-3578 or (716) 361-1012.



Welcome to

716 SportFishing

The place to be for charter sport fishing in the '716' area code!
Welcome to the 716 Sport Fishing website!

The boat is ready for your charter booking!

Here is our boat at 716 Sportfishing. A 32' Trojan Yacht.
There's a ton of room for comfort and fishing aboard the Trojan.

Book a trip and come check it out!
We are your source for Great Lakes Charter fishing!
Founded by Captain Matt Bedient, we specialize in charter fishing in and around the waters of one of the largest fresh water lakes, Lake Ontario.

Captain Matt is 'Professional Fisherman' and Captain and is a USCG 'Certified' Great Lakes Captain.


We will be posting pictures and short descriptions below this season, as time allows... meaning when we aren't busy running charters! Check back often!

April 28, 2017
First King of the year... CHECK!

We had a consistent steady pick today between endless coho salmon, lake trout, and the king salmon! Only gets better from here! A few dates still available in May. The way things are going you're not going to want to miss out on it! Call us or message us here with any questions concerning open dates and pricing!

April 25, 2017
"Fishing is HOT! Lake trout, brown trout, and cohos are eating machines right now! The almighty KING SALMON are starting showing up in good numbers as well!" Captain Matt


Check out our website and learn more about us. Just click any link above or to the right. Thanks!





About Me


Matt Bedient
USCG
Licensed Captain

Ollcott, NY


Captain Matt says...

"I've been fishing Lake Ontario since before I can even remember with my Father. I fish every day, year round, rain or shine.

'716 Sport Fishing' is about getting out and seeing the reactions from people getting their first Lake Salmon or Lake Trout, ever! There's nothing quite like it."
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