One full day of salmon fishing for up to six people

The Langenfeld Foundation is as 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity, helping people with disabilities and special needs enjoy the great outdoors through hunting and fishing. They are offering a full day of salmon fishing for up to six people, on beautiful Lake Michigan, with Fisher of Men Charters, through Captain Dave Torma: 574-386-2372.

The limit on salmon is five fish per person, for a total of up to 30 salmon to bring home. All fish will be cleaned and bagged for you. This package includes a $200 donation from The Langenfeld Foundation toward boat fuel.

The trip may be taken any time between mid-April and mid-October, 2011. It may be upgraded to a second day for an additional $1,100. All equipment and bait is included aboard the 32-foot Marinette Sedan charter boat, which launches out of New Buffalo, Michigan. 1-day licenses are available for purchase from Captain Dave Torma. Fish taken may include Coho, King or Chinook salmon; or Steelhead, Brown, or Lake trout.

As an added bonus, this package includes a private tour of ivy-covered walls on classic collegiate Gothic buildings of the University of Notre Dame, by two current students. You will visit the gilded Golden Dome of the Main Building, the Notre Dame Football Stadium, the famous Hesburgh Library (aka. Touchdown Jesus), Knute Rockne Memorial, Basilica of the Sacred Heart, St. Joseph and St. Mary Lakes, and experience the splendor of the Grotto. You may complete your time on campus with some shopping at the very popular Notre Dame Bookstore.

To place your bid, or if you have any questions, contact Paul Langenfeld via email at: or call 651-491-8410 with any questions.

Value: $1,500 - Contact us with your Best Offer

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