Guided Fishing Trip Rates
- 5 Hours
- Morning or Evening
- 1-2 People
- 8 Hours
- 1-2 People
- 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 12-15 inches(1.5-3 pounds). On a good day expect to catch one fish between 16-19.5 inches. Rare but possible, 20+ inches. Last year 6 bass over 20 inches were caught.
If you request to fish the Manitowish Waters Chain or Lac Du Flambeau Chain.(only recommended for experienced anglers) Expect 5-10 fish in an 8 hour day. On a good day you will get 2 bites of fish that are in the 4 to 5 pound range. Manitowish Waters is smallmouth dominated. Lac du Flambeau we can fish for either big smallmouth or largemouth.
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.