More info could help like others have said. How far are you willing to go, budget, length of trip, whats your dads favorite style of fishing, and do you want to stay in state? Walleye trip would be awesome erie walleye fishing is great, plus it's great to eat, and it's not too far away of a trip to make. This past August a buddy and I went down to kentucky lake dam with my boat and fished during the eclipse for whatever would bite. The sunday before the eclipse we fished with Jim Doom Local guide down there for the kentucky river below the lake he was great we had a good time caught tons of cats, with some gar mixed in, and one wiper. We were after wipers, but they weren't around or weren't cooperating, he was doing everything he could the cats were more than willing to bite that day. So we caught a ton of good eating size smaller blue cats, one decent flattie, couple bigger blues, and some nice channels. We used my boat the day of the eclipse to fish in the same manner with good success. If your after panfish you can't beat gills or crappie through the ice or perch for table fare. I would do a ice fishing trip up michigan, wisconsin, or minnesota for perch, and other pan fish.
why does everything have to get in the way of fishing and hunting?