Lake Winnebago Fishing Charters

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Top Fishing Charters in Lake Winnebago

Lake Winnebago: 11 fishing charters available

TheHautdoors – Green Lake
TheHautdoors – Green Lake

Markesan • 21 ft • 3 persons

Join TheHautdoors on Green Lake and get ready for an exclusive adventure with your professional guide, Greg Haut!

"Greg is highly professional, extremely knowledgeable and well equipped." —⁠ Jim, Illinois
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trips fromUS $450
Firl Outfitters Fly Fishing Adventures
Firl Outfitters Fly Fishing Adventures

Omro • 14 ft • 2 persons

Fancy yourself as a fly fisherman, or just keen to see what the fuss is all about?

"Our Guide, John Buser, was nothing short of outstanding! We’ve never Fly Fished in our lives." —⁠ SHERIDAN, WI
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trips fromUS $500
Eye-Catching Guide Service
Eye-Catching Guide Service

Kaukauna • 20 ft • 4 persons

“Eye-Catching Guide Service” invites you on a premier fishing trip in Green Bay and Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin!

"Ron was an excellent guide.  He was knowledgeable and fun." —⁠ Jillian,
trips fromUS $400
Lure-In Fishing Guide – Oshkosh
Lure-In Fishing Guide – Oshkosh

Oshkosh • 21 ft • 4 persons

Winnebago Lake’s excellent fishing opportunities are but one cast away, with Lure-In Fishing Guide Service ready to take you to the red hot bite!

"Very professional" —⁠ Alex, IL
trips fromUS $450
World Class Smallmouth Bass WI
World Class Smallmouth Bass WI

Oshkosh • 21 ft • 5 persons

If you’re an avid Smallmouth Bass chaser and you’re looking for your next thrill, then Anglin’ Adventures is the charter to turn to!

"Got on the water early - 5 am - and spent 8 active hours searching for and catching smallmouth bass which we told him we wanted to target." —⁠ Steve, Wisconsin
trips fromUS $320
Anglin’ Adventures Fishing Guide
Anglin’ Adventures Fishing Guide

Oshkosh • 21 ft • 4 persons

If you’re looking to catch that trophy fish of a lifetime, look no further than Steve Mortenson’s Anglin’ Adventures!

"Excellent experience our first guided fishing trip and he got us right out on top of good sized smallmouth." —⁠ Andrew, Missouri
trips fromUS $300
Anglin' Adventures - Green Lake
Anglin' Adventures - Green Lake

Green Lake • 21 ft • 6 persons

For Captain Steve Mortenson, Green Lake is one of the favorite places to fish in Wisconsin, and after one trip with Anglin’ Adventures in these bountiful waters, you’ll understand why.

"We had an awesome day of fishing, we had a blast!!!! We learned a lot from Steve and he was so fun to be with and so knowledgeable." —⁠ Paul, WI
trips fromUS $300
Firl Outfitters – River Drift
Firl Outfitters – River Drift

Omro • 2 persons

Firl Outfitters is located in Omro, Wisconsin and offers you memorable overnight trips on the area’s beautiful and fish-rich rivers.
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trips fromUS $500
Anglin' Adventures - Waupaca Chain O Lakes
Anglin' Adventures - Waupaca Chain O Lakes

Chain O' Lakes-King • 21 ft • 6 persons

Ready for a giant Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass run like you’ve never experienced it before?

"Steve took our party of 4 adults out for a full day of bass fishing on the Waupaca Chain O Lakes and it was a complete success." —⁠ Ben, WI
trips fromUS $280
Nick's Screamin Drags Guide Service
Nick's Screamin Drags Guide Service

Oshkosh • 6 persons

Nick Schneidewent specializes in fishing the waters around Oshkosh and invites you along for a trip to remember.
trips fromUS $350
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Lake Winnebago

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Fishing in Lake Winnebago

When you’re ready for an authentic Wisconsin experience, join fishing guides on Lake Winnebago! The Badger State’s largest inland lake boasts high numbers of popular fish, especially Walleye and Bass. Locals don’t let anything stop them from catching these fish, not even the thickest ice on the lake. Whether you come here in the middle of winter or during the summer heat, you can count on a Lake Winnebago fishing guide to show you what’s in store.
 
Walleye is arguably the king of this northern lake and the best time to target this fish is early spring. Musky and Northern Pike hide in quiet, grassy areas. You’ll find surprising numbers of both Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass here, given that they prefer warmer water. There’s also a fair amount of Yellow Perch and different types of Trout.
 
Local guides offer either four-hour or eight-hour trips, depending on how long you want to stay on the water. Trips are usually a seasonal “mixed bag” but you can also focus on just one fish if you want. Even though the fishing season lasts year round, one of the best times is from May–August. The ice fishing season depends on how thick the ice is, but usually takes place in January or February. 
 
Most Lake Winnebago fishing guides depart from Oshkosh. This spot is particularly convenient If you’re coming from out of town, because it’s close to the airport.
 

Rules & Regulations

All anglers over 16 years old need to purchase a freshwater fishing license. While most species are open to harvest year round, Musky and Trout must be released from Jan–April. Sturgeon are always limited to catch and release. 
 

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Lake Winnebago Fishing Seasons

January
Start the year by ice fishing for Yellow Perch! They’re biting even when the water’s cold, so you can expect some fun jigging action.
 
February
Yellow Perch provide the hottest bite in the coldest of months. You can also target Walleye if it’s not super freezing.
 
March
March offers the last days of ice fishing. You can go after Yellow Perch, Walleye, or Lake Sturgeon. 
 
April
Come April, all the fish seem to be hungrier than ever. There’s more of everything, so you can go after Musky, Pike, Trout, Walleye, and Perch.
 
May
May is a great time to go after Walleye! You’ll also have great chances of catching Pike, just look for them in grassy shallows. 
 
June
There’s plenty of action in the shallows during June! This is where you’ll find lots of Pike as well as Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass. 
 
July
Go after Musky whenever you see rocky reefs or underwater vegetation. Bass fishing is amazing too!
 
August
Trout fishing is at its peak at the end of summer, so target Brown and Lake Trout. If you want something more feisty, go after Smallmouth Bass.
 
September
Cruise the lakeshore for Trout! They move to shallow water as temperatures drop. Last chance to catch great Bass this year!
 
October
Cloudy fall days are great if you’re after Musky! This is the best time of year to catch trophy-sized fish. 
 
November
You’ll have a great time fishing for Yellow Perch around rocky areas, especially on a windy day. Steelhead fishing is good too. 
 
December
Yellow Perch and Steelhead feeding in the shallows will give you the best action at this time of year.
 

Lake Winnebago Fishing Calendar

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Top Types of Fishing in Lake Winnebago

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Top Fishing Techniques in Lake Winnebago

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Top Targeted Species in Lake Winnebago

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