Summer Fishing Camps

Fishing and Fun for All Ages!

Community Partnered Fishing Camps

Bobber Style Fishing Camp – Mahtomedi Community Education

Tally’s Dockside is excited to offer fishing camps to the children of Mahtomedi for them to experience angling on White Bear Lake.

We will feature two Bobber Style Fishing Camps for children who have completed grades 1 – 5.  Learn the basics of bobber style — catch and release fishing — from the knowledgeable staff of Tally’s Dockside. Pick up tips and tricks on how to successfully fish White Bear Lake while having fun on one of Tally’s Dockside pontoons.

Anglers fish for a total of eight hours in various fishing locations on the lake. The boats hold six anglers. Don’t wait; book now! The pontoons have fully upholstered seats, half canopy, and an anchor. Each boat is equipped with a driver/fishing mentor, live bait, and life vests. Anglers have the opportunity to bring their own tackle and fishing poles, but if needed, we can supply necessary gear. Anglers are encouraged to dress for changing Minnesota weather and apply sunscreen beforehand. Excursions run rain or shine, and make-ups for severe weather cancellations are generally held on Fridays.

For Mahtomedi Community Education the following 3 camps will be offered:

Bobber Style Fishing Camp
10:00 am – 12:00 noon – Monday – Thursday
Camp 1 – July 13, 14, 15, 16, 2020
Camp 2 – July 20, 21, 22, 23, 2020
Camp 3 – July 27, 28, 29, 30, 2020
All camps will have a severe weather make up date on Fridays.

Children whom have completed grades 1-5. Focusing on the basics of bobber style fishing – “catch and release” on White Bear Lake. Anglers will fish for a total of 8 hours in various fishing locations on the lake in a pontoon boat.

Bobber Style & Casting Style Fishing Camps – White Bear Lake Community Service & Recreation Department

Tally’s Dockside is excited to offer fishing camps to the children of the White Bear Lake area for them to experience angling.

Summer of 2019 will feature two Bobber Style Fishing Camps for children who have completed grades 1 – 5 and three Casting Style Fishing camps for children who have completed grades 6 – 8.

Learn the basics of bobber style — catch and release fishing — from the knowledgeable staff of Tally’s Dockside. Pick up tips and tricks on how to successfully fish White Bear Lake while having fun on one of Tally’s Dockside pontoons. The young anglers fish for a total of eight hours in various fishing locations on the lake. The boats hold six anglers, and there are three boats available.

The pontoons have fully upholstered seats, half canopy, and an anchor. Each boat is equipped with a driver/fishing mentor, life vests, and live bait. Anglers may bring their own tackle and fishing poles, but if needed, we can supply the necessary gear. Anglers are encouraged to dress for changing Minnesota weather and apply sunscreen beforehand. Excursions run rain or shine, and make-ups for severe weather cancellations are generally held on Fridays.

Bobber Style Fishing Camp – Grades 1 – 5

  • Camp sessions (four days): $90.00 per angler – Monday – Thursday, 10:00 am to 12:00 noon
    • Camp 1 – June 15, 16, 17, 18, 2020
    • Camp 2 – June 22, 23, 24, 25, 2020
    • Camp 3 – July 13, 14, 15, 16, 2020
    • Camp 4 – July 20, 21, 22, 23, 2020
    • Camp 5 – July 27, 28, 29, 30, 2020

All camps will have a severe weather make up date on Fridays

Children whom have completed grades 1-5. Focusing on the basics of bobber style fishing – “catch and release” on White Bear Lake. Anglers will fish for a total of 8 hours in various fishing locations on the lake in a pontoon boat.

Casting Style Fishing Camp – Grades 6 – 8

  • Camp sessions (four days): $110.00 per angler – Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am to 10:00 am
    • Camp 1 – June 15, 16, 17, 18, 2020
    • Camp 2 – June 22, 23, 24, 25, 2020
    • Camp 3 – July 13, 14, 15, 16, 2020
    • Camp 4 – July 20, 21, 22, 23, 2020
    • Camp 5 – July 27, 28, 29, 30, 2020

All camps will have a severe weather make up date on Fridays

Children whom have completed grades 6-8. Focusing on the basics of casting style fishing – “catch and release” on White Bear Lake. Anglers will fish for a total of 8 hours in various fishing locations on the lake in a pontoon boat.

For all our fishing excursions our pontoons are full upholstered and have a half canopy. Each pontoon will be equipped with a driver/fishing guide, live bait, and life vests. Anglers will have the opportunity to bring their own tackle and fishing poles but if needed we can supply gear. Anglers are encouraged to dress for changing Minnesota weather and apply sunscreen beforehand. Excursions will run rain or shine and make ups for severe weather cancellations are generally held on Fridays.