Massive MIlwaukee Browns
Show Date: February 28th & March 1st, 2010
Location: Milwaukee Harbor; Milwaukee Wisconsin
Guide: Charter Captain Brian Sellele [414-559-9238 | fishchaserguideservice.com]
We are in the Milwaukee Harbor vertical jigging for the massive brown trout that are known to reside inside the break-walls of harbors dotting the coast of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin. We are out with Charter Captain Brian Settele who can catch these giants nearly all year round in open water. Most of the time we are very close to the break-walls, slowly drifting over our hot-spots, brian is using his bow-mount to keep us vertical, even in high winds and waves that this great lake can produce.
Dropping a jig with a 4" white GULP tail down to the bottom, and jigging up 6 inches is all we need to do to enjoy a fight of a lifetime. Being able to have a fishing experience of a life time is a real treat for anybody, and you don't have to travel far from home.
On the River with Dave
Show Date: March 6th & 7th, 2010
Location: Wisconsin River, Wisconsin Dells
Guide: Pro Guide Big Dave Ehardt [Rivers Edge: 608-254-6494]
We know spring isn’t that far away when we are able to get out with Big Dave on the Wisconsin River in downtown Wisconsin Dells. Dave takes us out along with his nephew and co-guide Kurt. We are targeting walleyes and saugers and trying to coax them out of the deep holes that they have been hiding in all winter. We are using mostly live bait, minnows on a gold hook. John is jigging with the famous ZIP Lure. We have non-stop action all day, catching a bunch of both species, and are working for the larger female mounters that start biting around dark.
Newton Lake Bass
Location: Newton Lake, Newton, IL
Show Date: March 13th & 14th, 2010
Guides: [Matt Bichanich – Pro Bass Fisherman, Uncle Josh Pork Baits | unclejosh.com]
[Tab Walker, Guide – 618-752-5075 | outdoorsportsmanslodge.com ]
It’s the spring show that we look forward to every year, Newton Lake! Our host Tab Walker puts us up in his beautiful Outdoor Sportsman's Lodge, which is a very short ride to the lake. In the boat with us for our two day stay is Matt Bichanich of Uncle Josh Baits. Newton Lake is a 1,775 State fish and wildlife area, so there are no buildings along the shorelines. It’s a beautiful lake, and the large mouth bass fishing is fantastic. We are fishing in 65 degree water temperatures, and using summer presentations. Spinner baits, wacky worms, & jigs. We are working the shorelines, casting into the structure that dots the entire shoreline of the lake.
Larry’s Crappie Boon
Location: Castle Rock Flowage, Adams Co. Wisconsin
Show Date: March 20th & 21st, 2010
Guide: Pro Ice Guide Larry Smith [920-361-4996 | walleyeguide.com]
It’s a panfisherman’s paradise on the Castle Rock flowage even though it raining! We join Larry Smith on a guide trip with a great group of people to mount our assault on the crappies. No one seems to care about the precipitation because the fish are biting non-stop. It’s a late ice hot bite that can produce a great bite as the fish are preparing to spawn. We are all jigging in deep water, and catching beautiful crappies, perch, and bluegills. Pulling these panfish out of 18-22 feet makes for a great fight.
Show Date: March 27th & 28th, 2010
Location: Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Guide: Pro Guide Dale Stroschein [ 920-743-5731 | wackywalleye.com]
It’s the magical late ice bite that produces some of the biggest walleyes that we have ever seen, and Dale has us on them again this year. We have the perfect system to target these massive fish, and have fun catching whitefish as well. We are up and jigging before sunrise, to catch the early morning bite. Then head back to Sand Bay Resort late morning to have breakfast, and get ready for whitefishing. Head out to white fish most of the day, and hitting our walleye spot once again for the late bite. It’s a perfect system, we get fantastic sport fishing with the walleyes, also a great meal with the whitefish.
We are also hosting a party for our friends at Yamaha. Click here to see a list of dealers that support us every year. It’s a great time, one that every passionate angler should try.