Guided Fishing Trip Rates
- 4 Hours
- Morning or Evening
- 1-2 People
- 8 Hours
- 1-2 People
- 8 Hours
- Additional person $75
- Additional hour $50
- $100 deposit required to book a specific date in advance - check or credit card
Your Safety is important to me! - Inclement weather not limited to but including, Severe lightning or snow will result in your trip being rescheduled or refunded.
What to expect?
I will provide spinning reels, rods, and tackle. If you prefer a casting reel just let me know. Or if you have a favorite rod, bring it and I will rig your rod for success.
We fish with artificial baits only. If you never have used artificial baits before it’s not a problem, just let me know in advance.
All bass caught will be released. (if we catch a northern or walleye, I can filet it for you)
Lakes under 200 acres (recommended for everyone) - How many bass you catch will depend on your skill level, fishing conditions, and time of year. The majority of the bass we catch will range between 12-16 inches(1.5-3 pounds). On a good day expect to catch some fish between 17-19.5 inches. Rare but possible, 20+ inches.
If you request to fish the Lac Du Flambeau Chain.(only recommended for experienced anglers) Average day 5-10 fish in an 8 hour day. Exceptional days 20-30 Fish. On a good day you will get 2 bites of fish that are in the 4 to 5 pound range. Lac du Flambeau we can fish for either big smallmouth or largemouth.
Manitowish Waters Chain has become more challenging in recent years. Each day is different. Evening and morning for largemouth are best. Smallmouth bite when they feel like it.
What do I have to bring?
Wisconsin Fishing License (Required by Law)
Rain Suit (recommended)
I provide a cooler full of water and ice. You are more than welcome to bring any food or drinks you like. (No glass bottles)
A camera is highly recommended, there is extensive beauty and many fishing memories to be recorded on our trip. If you forget your camera I will provide you with some great pictures taken throughout the trip.
Weather is unpredictable. A light jacket or sweatshirt is recommended, our boat is fast and a jacket will protect you from the elements while on our way to and from the fishing grounds.
Sun protection is very important. A hat and good sun block are a must. Please lotion only. Sunscreen spray (aerosol) destroys boats.
Polarized sunglasses are essential to help you cut through the glare on the water and help you see the fish.