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Fishing

Fishing is a way of life in the Northwoods and it’s easy to see why. No matter what you are fishing for, a trophy muskie to a haul of pan fish, there is a lake for you. Need a little help? Schedule a guide for a trip out on the lakes to learn all the secrets.

Ryan Bock Guide Service

Fishing in the Three Lakes area is outstanding! I have spent countless hours patterning walleyes and I guarantee walleye will be caught and you’ll have a great time doing it, or your trip is free! If you’re interested in muskies, you’ll experience the tournament proven strategies that will take your success to the next level.

Ryan Bock, Licensed Guide
www.RyanBock.com

Pertile’s Up North Guide Service

Up North Guide Service is owned and operated by Captain Jason Pertile, guiding in Vilas and Oneida Counties in northeast Wisconsin.  I  mainly fish for walleyes and panfish, and am one of the few fishing guides having 20 plus years of  experience in northern Wisconsin.  I am a licensed US Coast Guard charter captain.  This allows me to give you the ultimate fishing experience, both on the smaller lakes of Northern Wisconsin and greater Eagle River area, or the bay of Green Bay.

7335 Russell Rd
Three Lakes WI, 54562
715-891-2098

jasonpertile@upnorthguideservice.com
www.pertilesguideservice.com

Fishing Report

Find the Green and You’ll Find the Gold                                                                                                       With water temps rising and weeds starting to grow, finding the green weeds, especially nice green cabbage, it seems that all species are using new weeds sometime or another. It is going to start getting busy on the lakes soon with sports and graduations wrapping up early mornings and evenings are going to be the best times to get some fishing done.

Northern Pike:  Fish are being caught while jigging in and along the weeds and by throwing spinnerbaits and spoons.

Walleye: This week, I caught fish using a jig and minnow combo, I like switching to a good weedless jig like a Jack’s Jig, when myself or clients are getting too hung up in the weeds. Keep working the weed lines and slip bobber rigs in and around them.

Panfish:  Perch are still being caught on jigs and slip bobber rigs alike. Crappies can be caught in the weeds under slip bobber rigs using a hook and minnow or twitching a small jig tipped with a plastic under a bobber. Bluegills are moving into the shallows and can be caught slip bobbering.

Muskie:  With spawning over and fish recuperating stay shallow with smaller bucktails and small jerk baits around the new weed growth.

Happy fishing!  Selective harvest is the way to go.  Colin Crawford’s Guide Service, crawfordfishing@gmail.com (715)891-2715.  Website is www.crawfordfishing.com or you can also find Phelps Outdoors on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. NPAA #94. Remember, if you hire a guide, make sure the guide is licensed as a guide.