South Eastern Wisconsin offers lots of opportunity at a trophy fish as well as numbers.
Listed below are some of the key times for specific species:
- March: (weather permitting), Walleyes on one of our local rivers.
- April: Panfish bite is usually consistent and provides fast action.
- May: Great time for pre-spawn largemouth Bass or a potential Trophy smallmouth Bass. Walleyes can be caught in numbers on a few of our local lakes with old school tactics. Also a decent casting bite for Muskies.
- June: Bass bite is usually wonderful. Musky trolling bite starts depending on weather conditions.
- July: Finesse Bass fishing and warm weather for fish in numbers. Musky bite remains good.
- August: Live bait rigging can be excellent for decent numbers of Pike and Bass. One of the best months for trolling Muskies if it doesn’t get too hot.
- September: Casting for Musky is the top bite, trolling is still usually good in the beginning of the month based on consistent weather.
- October-November: Live bait rigging and casting for trophy Muskies, fish start to pack on weight for the upcoming winter months. This is the best time to put one in the boat you’ll want to contact LAX Reproductions about.
What to bring on your trip:
- You’ll need a valid Wisconsin fishing license. They’re available online on the Wisconsin DNR Website,
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- I’d also suggest,
- Food and drink depending on the length of the trip.
- Polarized sunglasses if you own a pair.
- Rain gear just in case.
We’ll be fishing out of:
- New fully equipped Skeeter WX2200 22′ boat, powered by a whisper quiet Yamaha 300HP Offshore outboard.
- A Yamaha 9.9 kicker motor will be used for any trolling we do.
- Minn Kota Ultrex electric bow mount trolling motor with be used to keep us on any piece of structure fish are holding on.
- My boat is also equipped with the latest top of the line Humminbird electronics that will assist us in finding fish.