Guided fishing trips are a great way to expand your fishing experience. Whether you’ve been fishing for years or have never picked up a rod; a guided fishing trip on Green Bay with a local expert is a one-of-a-kind experience. Green Bay is a large body of water and booking a guided fishing trip can help with breaking down the areas you may want to fish. Generally there are several types of guided fishing trips:
- Family or friends who want to go and have a good time and catch a few fish
- A group of anglers who are in the area looking to fish and learn a couple spots to increase their success rates. Half day or full day fishing trips are available and based on your budget or how long you want to fish. The more time you spend on the water the more opportunity there is to learn new spots and catch more fish.
What do you need for a guided fishing trip?
It’s important to bring layers if you’re planning to go out on Green Bay. Even on the warmest days you may notice drops in temperature. If you’re leaving the dock for your fishing trip early in the morning, you can’t rely just on the sun to keep you warm. At the same time, you’re not going to have a lot of shade out on our boat so you need to make sure you can take off outer layers if you need to. Wind & rain suits will protect you from spray and keep you warm on early morning starts. Fishing gloves will keep your hands protected from sunburn. Sunscreen is a must, make sure to get a brand that protects from both UVA and UVB rays. Lip balm with sun protection will stop your lips from getting chapped out on the water. Hats with brims provide shade and decrease the risk of sun stroke. Polarized sunglasses will cut through the glare on the water to give you a better view of fish. Rain jackets and pants are essential if you come across bad weather when you’re on Green Bay. A water bottle to keep you hydrated and you won’t have to worry about leaks or spills. A waterproof bag is a good idea to bring along for your electronic items and important documents such as your driver’s license and fishing license. A camera or smartphone is essential for you to record your trophy catch.
What makes Wisconsin one of the best guided fishing destinations?
Wisconsin’s unique combination of lakes, streams, and rivers, easy fishing access, opportunities for action and the potential for large fish, make it one of the top freshwater fishing destinations in the nation. Wisconsin has more than 15,000 lakes, 1,000-plus miles of Great Lakes shoreline and roughly 150 species of fish. Angling is astonishingly accessible with bass, bluegills, bullheads, crappies, catfish, muskie, perch, pike, and walleye all ready for reeling in.
Lake Michigan and Green Bay offer fantastic guided fishing opportunities for trophy walleye, smallmouth bass, and northern pike.
Why choose a guided fishing trip with Green Bay Trophy Fishing?
Green Bay Trophy Fishing is the best fishing guide service in the Green Bay and Door County area. Enjoy fishing day trips in the Bay of Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay to experience the best fishing in Wisconsin! Green Bay, Wisconsin fishing makes for an exciting, action-packed day trip. Our expert Green Bay fishing charters target many species including Walleye, Bass, and Northern Pike. Find your trophy fish while using techniques such as trolling, jigging and drifting using live bait. Recognized throughout the Midwest as a top-tier fishing guide, Captain Lonney Goman has 30 years of Green Bay fishing experience and 15 years of professional fishing charter experience. Lonney’s in-depth knowledge of the fishing industry, combined with his experience as a Wisconsin fishing guide, makes his fishing guide service your best bet in the area. His team is capable of accommodating small to large parties, with customized fishing charters to suit skill levels from novice to expert.