Teaching the Joy of Fishing
Captain Lynn Niklasch 262-370-6771 Wisconsin
Fishing pan fish to musky on the Great Lakes, Winnebago, Inland Lakes & Rivers 
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Fishing Locations
Great Lakes/Bay of Green Bay
Door County – Eastern shoreline of Lake Michigan, Little Sturgeon Bay, Strawberry Islands, Sturgeon Bay Lower bay – Fox River De Pere, Suamico area, University Bay Western shoreline – Marinette, Menomonee River, Oconto, Peshtigo
Winnebago and more….including Green Lake and the Wolf River systems. These inland federal waters can only be guided by US Coast Guard Charter Captains, like Lynn. They are home to some of the state’s best walleye fishing. The Winnebago system is known as the ‘walleye factory’. With no size limit and the number of fish in the system, the odds are in your favor for fish fry! There are many choices for waterfront accommodations in this region, including several top-notch resorts. Preferred waters: Winnebago, WInneconne, Poygon, Butte des Morts
Inland Lakes and Rivers - Southeastern Wisconsin Lakes from Madison chain and Eastward. There are many choices of where to fish in the Lake Country area of Southeast Wisconsin. Fishing locally is a great way to introduce children to some of the basic techniques involved, and there are plenty of trophies to be had too! The Wisconsin River system, and specifically Wisconsin Dells, is a beautiful environment with great fishing and plenty of other activities for the whole family. Preferred waters include Ashipun, Keesus, Lac La Belle, Mendota, Oconomowoc, Okauchee, Pewaukee, Big Muskego, Phantom, Pine, Pike, Rock Lake, Rock River System including Lake Koshkonong and Wisconsin River System including Petenwell, Castle Rock, Dells area and Lake Wisconsin.
“Thanks again for taking my dad and me fishing. We appreciate that you took the time to give us all the pointers on where and how to fish. The number of fish we caught greatly surpassed our expectations for the trip. We were so thrilled with the trip we are planning to give a trip using your guide service as our annual father’s day gift to each other!” Edward Ernster
Oak Creek and Port of Milwaukee Don’t let cabin fever get to you this winter! The warm water discharges and the break wall on Lake Michigan provide a special opportunity to fish all year long. Brown trout are here when the weather is cold. Coho salmon are most plentiful in April, and are some of the best eating. King salmon provide lots of action in summer and early fall, with four year old fish reaching over 20 lbs. Trolling is just one of many techniques that can be used here. Jigging and casting with light spinning tackle is a blast. Be sure to grab a beer and brat while you’re here!
“Thank you again for the great trip on Lake Michigan for Brown Trout. Can’t tell you how good it felt to feel a big fish bend a rod in the middle of winter. Ice fishing is great but by mid-winter I get cabin fever and need to do some open water fishing. Easy to arrange, easy to get to, numbers of fish, and some big fish (20+ lbs). Awesome way to celebrate a Saturday that otherwise would have been wasted!!” Paul Bruss