Professional Walleye Fishing Guide Service
Walleye Patrol Guide Service is your one stop walleye guide when it comes to walleye fishing. Specializing in walleye fishing on the Bay of Green Bay, Winnebago System and the Wolf River offers the best walleye action from spring to fall.
The spring bite, staring in March to the end of May on the Bay of Green Bay including all its tributaries (Oconto, Fox, Peshtigo and Menominee) and the Wolf River. Walleyes put the feed bag on after they spawn and catches of 20 to 50 fish per day and trophy fish from 28-33 inches are the norm. Jigging, casting and trolling are all presentations being used.
From spring into summer (June-August), walleyes start migration to mid lake flats and reefs. Walleye Patrol Guide Service locates large schools of active walleyes in precise locations. Presentations ranging from jigging, casting and trolling will be used. Limits of 15 to 20 inch walleyes are normal with trophy 28-33 inch walleyes regular.
From summer into fall (August-November) walleyes again put the feed bag on before the long winter. Trophy 28-33 inch walleyes are typical with plenty of 25-28 inch walleyes mixed in. Jigging, casting and trolling are presentations used.
Each season has its own unique features, Walleye Patrol Guide Service will teach you tactics on how to catch and stay on active walleyes. If you are looking to become more educated in walleye fishing or just want a relaxing day on the water catching big walleyes, Walleye Patrol Guide Service is your answer to all your fishing guide needs.
Walleye Patrol Guide Service specializes in walleye fishing on the Bay of Green Bay, Winnebago System and Wolf River. Having over 20 years of experience, professional walleye guide Captain Danny Woodke will teach you the latest and greatest in tackle, presentation and techniques on the world’s best walleye fisheries. Captain Danny Woodke prides himself in teaching others on how to successfully catch walleye.