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Fishing in Algoma

Lake Fishing Trip in Algoma

Cohos, Kings, And Lake Trout Trip

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33 ft 1 - 6 People From $700
Fishing in Kenosha

Lake Fishing Trip in Kenosha

Weekend Salmon Run

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35 ft 1 - 6 People From $660
Fishing in Eagle River

Lake, River Fishing Trip in Eagle River

Full Day Musky Fishing

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21 ft 1 - 3 People From $550
Fishing in Kenosha

Lake Fishing Trip in Kenosha

Kings, Coho, & Big Ol' Lake Trout

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32 ft 1 - 6 People From $590
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Fishing in Kenosha

Lake Fishing Trip in Kenosha

Kenosha Salmon Hookfest

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33 ft 1 - 6 People From $875
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Fishing in Algoma

Lake Fishing Trip in Algoma

Lake Michigan Adventure

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33 ft 1 - 6 People From $900

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Lake Fishing Guides In Wisconsin

Fishing in Eagle River

Lake Fishing Trip in Eagle River

Wallhanger Musky Guide Trips

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20 ft 1 - 2 People From $275
Fishing in Algoma

Lake Fishing Trip in Algoma

Cohos, Kings, And Lake Trout Trip

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33 ft 1 - 6 People From $700
Fishing in Kenosha

Lake Fishing Trip in Kenosha

Kings, Coho, & Big Ol' Lake Trout

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32 ft 1 - 6 People From $590
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Fishing in Kenosha

Lake Fishing Trip in Kenosha

Kenosha Salmon Hookfest

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33 ft 1 - 6 People From $875
Fishing in Milwaukee

Lake Fishing Trip in Milwaukee

Milwaukee Sportfish Trip

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32 ft 1 - 6 People From $650
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Fishing in Algoma

Lake Fishing Trip in Algoma

Lake Michigan Adventure

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River Fishing Guides In Wisconsin

Fishing in Glendale

River Fishing Trip in Glendale

Milwaukee Salmon And Trout

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14 ft 1 - 2 People From $450
Fishing in Sheboygan Falls

River Fishing Trip in Sheboygan Falls

Smallmouth Bass, Pike, & Musky

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14 ft 1 - 2 People From $450
Fishing in Eagle River

Lake, River Fishing Trip in Eagle River

Full Day Musky Fishing

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21 ft 1 - 3 People From $550
Fishing in Brule

River Fishing Trip in Brule

Stream Fishing Trip

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1 - 3 People From $250
Fishing in Eagle River

Lake, River Fishing Trip in Eagle River

Eagle River Musky Fishing

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21 ft 1 - 3 People From $300
Fishing in Sheboygan

River Fishing Trip in Sheboygan

Sheboygan Salmon And Trout

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14 ft 1 - 2 People From $450

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Fishing in Brule
Fishing in Brule
Fishing in Brule
trip description for Stream Fishing Trip in Brule

If you've been looking for a different way to target Lake Superior Salmon and Trout, this awesome trip with guide Cory is perfect for you. Most Midwest anglers are familiar with the big sportfish in Lake Superior, but not everyone knows that these fish can also be caught in the streams and rivers that feed the Lake! On this wading trip, you'll go after lake-run King Salmon, Coho Salmon, and Rainbow Trout. These fish are all terrific fighters and are amazing on the grill or in the oven as well! You'll be fishing on spinning gear, throwing lures that these aggressive fish love to hit. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a novice, Cory has a ton of knowledge when it coms to these streams, and he has a wealth of advice that will improve your fishing and help you land a personal best. Cory will provide the rods, reels, and tackle. All you need to bring is proper clothing, a pair of polarized sunglasses, and your own waders and boots! You'll be fishing in the river, so having a good paint of waders and boots is paramount. Read More

River Fishing Trip near Sheboygan

Stream Fishing Trip

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1 - 3 People From $250
Fishing in Sheboygan Falls
Fishing in Sheboygan Falls
Fishing in Sheboygan Falls
trip description for Smallmouth Bass, Pike, & Musky in Sheboygan Falls

After the spawn concludes and the big Chinook, Coho, and Steelhead make their way back out to the lake, the Small Mouth fishing gets red hot! If you're looking to catch some studdly smallies and wild Inland Trout around Milwaukee and Sheboygan, there's no better guide than Bailey here to put you on them. He's made a name for himself by mastering all the local rivers flowing into Lake Michigan catching massive Salmon and Steelhead in the cold months and Small Mouth and more in the late spring and Summer. The Driftless Region of Wisconsin is a very unique, scenic area that offers a variety of species and types of water to target beyond Small Mouth as well. Although some public access, the vast majority of lands surrounding trout streams are privately owned. Here is where Bailey's 14' SmithFly Raft comes into play, allowing you to access miles & miles of untouched, pristine water. The Inland Trout fishing is mainly done using fly fishing gear with streamers and spin gear with hardbaits to target bigger, wild fish. Smallmouth Bass and Inland Trout offer a great experience to all levels of anglers. Expect sunny, warm days with great action and the chance at a Trophy Smallmouth as well! We target the Bass on both Fly and Spin setups, as well as Float Fishing for them sometimes using jigs. During your fishing adventure, you will be floating down the rivers in a 14' SmithFly BigShoals Raft. This will make it much easier for you to access parts of the river and fish, all while staying dry and warm inside the raft! All the rods, reels, gear and tackle will be provided for you, along with you fishing licenses! The only thing you have to do is show up and fish! Read More

River Fishing Trip near Sheboygan

Smallmouth Bass, Pike, & Musky

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14 ft 1 - 2 People From $450
Fishing in Milwaukee
Fishing in Milwaukee
Fishing in Milwaukee
trip description for Milwaukee Sportfish Trip in Milwaukee

If you've been looking for another great way to enjoy Lake Michigan in the summer, this trip with Captain Rob is for you! Lake Michigan is the third-largest of the Great Lakes and the fifth-largest lake in the world, with just over 22,000 square miles of surface area. It's loaded with fish, including famous sportfish species such as Steelhead, King Salmon, Coho Salmon, and Lake Trout—all of which you can target on this trip. These fish are a blast to catch and are even better to cook up with friends and family! Rob captains a 32' Wellcraft sportfisher. She can comfortably fit up to 6 fishermen, so call some buddies for this trip! She's powered by twin 385-HP Mercruiser engines, so you'll be on the fish in a hurry. With trolling equipment, a GPS navigation system, and fishfinder, Rob's sportfisher is perfect for hooking big fish and haulin' em' in! As an added bonus, the onboard bathroom will keep in you in the action for the entirety of the trip. Captain Rob provides you with all the rods and tackle you will need, but be sure to have your fishing license upon arrival. Be sure to dress accordingly with some rain gear, hat, and sunglasses so you can stay comfortable on the water. The only other thing you'll need is an ice chest to take home your fresh catch! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip near Sheboygan

Milwaukee Sportfish Trip

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32 ft 1 - 6 People From $650
Fishing in Eagle River
Fishing in Eagle River
Fishing in Eagle River
trip description for Wallhanger Musky Guide Trips in Eagle River

Head out to chase trophy Musky with your pro guide Josh. There are of 2500 lakes in Vilas, Oneida, and Forest Counties where josh likes to fish, the majority of which hold musky! Thus there are a lot of different places you can go depending on what your looking for. If your looking to catch you first musky, or looking for numbers, Josh will take you to the Eagle River chain of lakes. This is the world's largest chain of lakes with 28 different lakes all connected and accessible without getting out of the boat. With Josh you will mostly be throwing Bucktails and Spinners, and out on the Eagle River chain of lakes, you are guaranteed to at least have chance at catching one or have a musky chase your bait. Musky are called the fish of 10000 casts because they are so elusive and smart. Josh will provide everything you'll need for a succesful day out on the water from all the Rods, reels and tackle. All you need to bring is a valid WI fishing license, your weather appropriate gear, sunglasses, and your A game and Josh will show you how to hook into some Musky! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip near Sheboygan

Wallhanger Musky Guide Trips

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20 ft 1 - 2 People From $275
Fishing in Eagle River
Fishing in Eagle River
Fishing in Eagle River
trip description for Eagle River Musky Fishing in Eagle River

Head out to chase trophy Musky with your pro guide Clayton. There are of 2500 lakes in Vilas, Oneida, and Forest Counties where Clayton likes to fish, the majority of which hold musky! Thus there are a lot of different places you can go depending on what your looking for. If your looking to catch you first musky, or looking for numbers, Clayton will take you to the Eagle River chain of lakes. This is the world's largest chain of lakes with 28 different lakes all connected and accessible without getting out of the boat. With Clayton you will be throwing a variety of blades, topwater, & jerkbaits, and out on the Eagle River chain of lakes, you are guaranteed to at least have chance at catching one or have a musky chase your bait. Musky are called the fish of 10000 casts because they are so elusive and smart. Clayton will provide everything you'll need for a succesful day out on the water from all the Rods, reels and tackle. All you need to bring is a valid WI fishing license, your weather appropriate gear, sunglasses, and your A game and Clayton will show you how to hook into some Musky! Read More

Lake, River Fishing Trip near Sheboygan

Eagle River Musky Fishing

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21 ft 1 - 3 People From $300
Fishing in Kenosha
Fishing in Kenosha
Fishing in Kenosha
trip description for Weekday Salmon Run in Kenosha

Take a trip out with Captain Tim and experience the great freshwater fishing that Lake Michigan has to offer! Lake Michigan is the third-largest of the Great Lakes and the fifth-largest lake in the world, with just over 22,000 square miles of surface area. It's loaded with fish, including fantastic sportfish species such as Steelhead, King Salmon (also known as Chinooks), Coho Salmon, and Lake Trout—all of which you can target on this trip with Captain Tim. On this trip, you'll primarily be trolling lines to attract big Salmon and Steelhead, which love to take fast-moving baits and lures. When these powerful fish hit the hook, you'll feel it! Salmon are great fighters that will really test your strength, stamina, and skills—so bring your A-game! You'll also have the opportunity to drop your lines down to hook up some massive Lake Trout, which prefer the deeper, colder parts of the Lake. In addition to their fighting abilities, all of these species are terrific table fare! Whatever you're hoping to catch, Captain Tim is an expert when it comes to finding, hooking, and fighting fish in these waters. You'll be fishing from the deck of his 33' Trojan sportfisher. She's a beautiful boat with all the equipment necessary for a great day of fishing, including twin Crusader 350-HP engines and a cabin to keep you cool in the summer and warm in the fall. Your captain will bring everything you need for an ideal trip, including rods, reels, bait, and tackle. Tim will also clean and package all your keepers at the end of the trip. All you need to bring is a Wisconsin fishing license with the appropriate stamps, a cooler with snacks and drinks, proper clothing, sunscreen, and a smile! Get out there and enjoy the clear, cool waters of Lake Michigan with Captain Tim! Read More

Lake Fishing Trip near Sheboygan

Weekday Salmon Run

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35 ft 1 - 4 People From $620
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Everything to Know About Booking a Fishing Guide in Wisconsin

What are the best fishing trips in Wisconsin?

Why should I book a fishing trip in Wisconsin with Captain Experiences?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 16 trips in Wisconsin, and the most popular trips in the area are Full Day Musky Fishing guided by Clayton, Weekend Salmon Run guided by Tim, and Lake Michigan Angler's Delight guided by Frank.

Our guides in Wisconsin are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 3143 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

Looking for kid friendly guides / fishing lessons in Wisconsin? Check out our beginner and family friendly guides in Wisconsin.

What types of fishing trips are common in Wisconsin?

Lake fishing is the most popular in Wisconsin as well as river fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Wisconsin are: 1. chinook salmon, 2. coho salmon, 3. brown trout, and 4. lake trout.

The most common fishing techniques in Wisconsin are artificial lure fishing, light tackle fishing, and trolling but fly fishing and wading are popular as well.

How much does a Wisconsin fishing trip cost?

in Wisconsin prices can range anywhere from about $415 to $1,038, but the average price for a half day trip in Wisconsin is $541. The average price for a full day trip in Wisconsin is $824.

What month is best for fishing in Wisconsin?

The most popular season for fishing in Wisconsin is summer, and most anglers book their trips 37 days in advance.

Do I need a Wisconsin fishing license and what are the bag limits in Wisconsin?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Wisconsin, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Wisconsin. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Wisconsin.

What is fishing in Wisconsin about?

Fishing in Wisconsin is a cherished pastime that spans across its diverse landscapes, from its expansive Great Lakes shoreline to its picturesque inland lakes and winding rivers. Lake Michigan and Lake Superior are premier destinations for anglers seeking trophy salmon and trout, including Chinook salmon and steelhead. Charter fishing excursions from ports like Milwaukee and Sheboygan offer deep-water adventures, while shore fishing opportunities abound along piers and breakwalls for those looking to cast lines in pursuit of prized catches.

Inland, Wisconsin's numerous lakes provide ample opportunities for anglers to target a variety of species. Lake Winnebago, the largest inland lake in the state, is renowned for its excellent walleye and perch fisheries, attracting anglers year-round. Ice fishing on these lakes during winter adds another dimension to Wisconsin's fishing culture, with enthusiasts drilling holes through frozen surfaces to catch northern pike, panfish, and more. Techniques such as jigging with artificial lures or using tip-ups with live bait are common practices during this cold season.

Wisconsin's rivers and streams offer yet another facet to its fishing landscape, particularly in regions like the Driftless Area in the southwestern part of the state. Here, anglers wade into crystal-clear waters to fly fish for native brook, brown, and rainbow trout amidst rolling hills and verdant valleys. The Wisconsin River, Wolf River, and other waterways also provide opportunities for catching smallmouth bass, muskellunge, and catfish, making the state a haven for anglers of all preferences and skill levels. Whether you're casting from a boat on a tranquil lake, exploring a rushing river, or patiently waiting on the ice during winter, Wisconsin's diverse fishing opportunities promise memorable experiences and bountiful catches throughout the year.

What are the most popular months to go fishing in Wisconsin?

Fishing seasons in Wisconsin are distinct and offer anglers a variety of opportunities throughout the year. Spring marks the beginning of the fishing season as lakes and rivers thaw from winter, signaling the return of popular game fish like walleye, northern pike, and panfish. Anglers eagerly anticipate the spring walleye run in lakes such as Lake Winnebago and the Wisconsin River, using techniques like jigging or trolling to catch these prized fish as they move into shallower waters for spawning.

Summer brings warmer temperatures and a peak season for recreational fishing across Wisconsin's waters. Lakes and rivers teem with activity as anglers pursue a wide range of species including largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, muskellunge, and catfish. Techniques vary from casting topwater lures for bass to bottom fishing with worms or cut bait for catfish. Families and fishing enthusiasts alike take advantage of the longer days and pleasant weather to enjoy fishing from boats, piers, or scenic shorelines.

Fall in Wisconsin ushers in another productive fishing season as temperatures cool and fish become more active. Anglers target walleye, muskellunge, and trophy-sized northern pike in lakes and rivers, taking advantage of fish feeding heavily before winter. Salmon fishing reaches its peak on Lake Michigan and Lake Superior during fall spawning runs, drawing anglers from near and far to experience the thrill of catching these powerful fish. Inland, trout fishing in streams and rivers, particularly in the Driftless Area, becomes increasingly popular as trout prepare for winter. Whether casting from a boat, wading in a river, or enjoying the vibrant colors of autumn foliage, Wisconsin's fishing seasons offer diverse opportunities for anglers to pursue their passion and reel in memorable catches throughout the year.

What types of fishing are popular in Wisconsin?

Wisconsin offers anglers a diverse array of fishing types and techniques tailored to its varied landscapes and abundant fish species. One of the most popular methods is freshwater lake fishing, particularly for species like walleye, muskellunge (muskie), and northern pike. Anglers often employ trolling techniques with crankbaits or spinner rigs, targeting these predatory fish in the deeper waters of lakes such as Lake Winnebago, Green Lake, and the Chippewa Flowage. During the ice fishing season, which is a beloved Wisconsin tradition, anglers drill holes through the frozen surfaces of these lakes to catch fish like perch, bluegill, and crappie using tip-ups or jigging rods.

Wisconsin's rivers and streams are renowned for their trout fishing opportunities, especially in the Driftless Area of southwestern Wisconsin. Here, anglers wade through clear, coldwater streams like the Kickapoo River and the Rush River to cast flies for native brook, brown, and rainbow trout. Fly fishing enthusiasts enjoy the challenge of matching the hatch and presenting their flies delicately to these wary fish amidst the region's rolling hills and lush vegetation. Other rivers such as the Wisconsin River and Wolf River provide excellent fishing for smallmouth bass, muskellunge, and catfish, offering opportunities for both fly fishing and conventional angling techniques.

For anglers seeking a mix of adventure and relaxation, Wisconsin's Great Lakes shoreline presents unparalleled opportunities for fishing. Lake Michigan and Lake Superior offer world-class salmon and trout fishing experiences, with anglers targeting species like Chinook salmon, coho salmon, steelhead, and lake trout. Charter fishing excursions depart from ports like Milwaukee, Manitowoc, and Bayfield, providing anglers with access to deep waters where these prized game fish congregate during their seasonal migrations. Whether you're casting from a boat on a serene lake, fly fishing in a babbling stream, or trolling for trophy fish on the expansive Great Lakes, Wisconsin's diverse fishing options ensure there's something for every angler to enjoy throughout the year.

What species are popular for fishing in Wisconsin?

Fishing in Wisconsin offers a rich variety of species that attract anglers of all levels. One of the most popular targets is the walleye, prized for its delicious taste and challenging catch. Found in abundance in lakes like Lake Winnebago and the Wisconsin River, walleyes are active throughout the year, making them a prime catch in both open water and ice fishing seasons. They are known for their elusive nature, which requires a mix of patience and skill, as well as the right bait, typically minnows or nightcrawlers.

Another sought-after species in Wisconsin is the muskellunge, often referred to as the "fish of ten thousand casts" due to its elusive behavior and the effort required to catch one. Musky fishing is particularly popular in the northern lakes, such as those in Vilas and Oneida counties. These predators are known for their impressive size and strength, providing a thrilling challenge for anglers. Successful musky fishing often involves using large lures and understanding the fish’s habitat and behavior, particularly around weed beds and drop-offs.

Additionally, Wisconsin is famous for its abundant panfish, including bluegill, crappie, and perch, which are great for family outings and beginner anglers. These smaller fish are plentiful in lakes and ponds across the state, offering an excellent opportunity for a relaxing and productive day on the water. Panfish are relatively easy to catch using simple techniques like bobber fishing with worms or small jigs. Their cooperative nature and plentiful numbers make them a staple for anglers looking to fill their buckets and enjoy a tasty, fresh-caught meal.

What are the best places to fish in Wisconsin?

Wisconsin boasts numerous top-notch fishing spots, with Lake Michigan being a standout destination. The lake's expansive waters are home to a variety of species, including salmon, trout, and perch. Anglers flock to ports like Milwaukee, Racine, and Kenosha for both shore and boat fishing opportunities. Charter fishing is particularly popular here, offering the chance to catch sizable fish while enjoying the scenic views of the Great Lakes. The diverse fishing options and the potential for trophy catches make Lake Michigan a premier spot for both novice and experienced anglers.

Another excellent fishing location in Wisconsin is the Mississippi River, which forms the state's western border. This mighty river is known for its abundant and diverse fish populations, including walleye, catfish, and bass. The river's backwaters and channels provide unique fishing environments that challenge and reward anglers. Areas such as La Crosse and Prairie du Chien are well-known hotspots, where anglers can find both solitude and success. The Mississippi River's vastness and variety ensure a memorable fishing experience for anyone who casts a line here.

For those seeking a more serene and scenic fishing experience, the northern lakes of Wisconsin are ideal. The Northwoods region, including Vilas and Oneida counties, is dotted with hundreds of lakes, each offering its own fishing charm. Lakes like Eagle River and the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage are renowned for their musky and walleye populations. These waters are also perfect for catching bass, panfish, and northern pike. The pristine natural surroundings and the peaceful ambiance make northern Wisconsin's lakes a favorite destination for anglers looking to escape the hustle and bustle and immerse themselves in nature.

Does Wisconsin have good fishing?

Wisconsin is a haven for fishing enthusiasts, boasting an abundance of lakes, rivers, and streams that cater to anglers of all skill levels and preferences. The state's extensive freshwater resources provide fertile grounds for a diverse array of fish species, making it a prime destination for both recreational and competitive fishing. Wisconsin's Great Lakes coastline along Lake Michigan and Lake Superior offers exceptional opportunities for Salmon and Trout fishing, with ports like Milwaukee and Bayfield serving as gateways to deep waters teeming with Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Lake Trout, and Steelhead.

Inland, Wisconsin's countless lakes and rivers provide year-round fishing adventures. The Wisconsin River, Mississippi River, and St. Croix River are renowned for their Bass, Walleye, and Musky populations, attracting anglers seeking trophy-sized catches in scenic settings. Popular fishing lakes such as Lake Winnebago, Lake Mendota, and Green Bay are also known for their abundant Panfish, including Bluegill, Perch, and Crappie, offering anglers plenty of opportunities to reel in a variety of species throughout the seasons.

Wisconsin's fishing community is vibrant and well-supported by a range of resources and events. The state hosts numerous fishing tournaments and derbies, such as the Governor's Fishing Opener and the Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament, which draw anglers from across the region and beyond. Local bait shops, marinas, and fishing guides provide valuable assistance and local knowledge to help anglers plan successful fishing trips. Wisconsin's commitment to conservation and sustainable fishing practices ensures that its fisheries remain healthy and accessible, preserving the natural beauty and recreational opportunities that make Wisconsin a top destination for fishing enthusiasts.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Great trip. Cory is very knowledgeable and enjoyed our time on the water with him. I brought my 14-year old son along and Cory went above and beyond to ensure he enjoyed his time. Highly recommend and we will fish with Cory again in the future.

    John S. with Cory W. of Brule, Wisconsin

  • ★★★★★
    Chris did a great job rescheduling and made the trip fun. We all had a great time and we will enjoy grilling the trout and salmon tonight and talk about the fishing. Thank you!!!

    Ron B. with Chris R. of Kenosha, Wisconsin

  • ★★★★★
    Absolutely fantastic trip with Shane. He explained everything we needed to know and set expectations before the trip and was easy to find when we got there. Super knowledgable, patient, and fun, his boat was clean and he was extremely efficient. Learned a lot, got on some major trout and salmon action, and had a blast. Looking forward to the next time we can get out there with him!

    Shawna S. with Shane L. of Kenosha, Wisconsin

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