Small Craft Advisory - Green Bay

Small Craft Advisory Guide Service specializes in introducing anglers of all skill levels to the beautiful waters of Green Bay and its tributaries.

The season begins in spring, when hungry Walleye run up the Fox, Peshtigo, Menominee, and Oconto rivers in search of the ideal spawning grounds. This time of year gives you plenty of chances to land double digits and land a trophy at almost every hookset by jigging, along with casting and trolling crankbaits.

Later in spring, you can check the bite in the Bay, working along the shallow water reefs and humps or warmer shorelines. There, you will most likely be trolling crankbaits or jigging.

If you want to search for Walleye in summer, you will be heading to the deeper water, also referred to as “the mud.” Good “eater” fish and trophies can be found by trolling crankbaits or harnesses or maybe even jigging. Later in summer, your guide will be concentrating on jigging the numerous shoals and reefs.

And finally, if you are planning a Walleye trip in the fall months, you can head to the Fox River for a trolling session and enjoy a relaxing day on the water.

All this magic will take place on one of the driest boats around, a 22’ Nitro. Its single 350 HP Mercury engine will power you to the hottest grounds around. Your guide usually calls them the “Lamborghini” of Walleye boats. It will be equipped with all the necessary gear, bait, and lures for you to make a great catch possible.



Select date to see available trips and rates:

  • Viaje Privado
    Full Day Trip
    Cancelación GRATIS 7 días de aviso
    6 Horas de Viaje, Empieza 7:30 AM
    Viaje de temporada Mar 1 - Nov 1
    $475
    detalles de precio
    $475
    On this trip, you will be fishing the waters of Green Bay for Walleye. Please purchase a valid fishing license before you make the first cast.

Sobre el Captain

Mike Kabacinski
Green Bay, Wisconsin, Estados Unidos
Reportes de Pesca
4 Opiniones de los clientes
Tiempo de respuesta 4 horas
Miembro desde Julio 2018
Captain Mike Kabacinski has been fishing the waters of Green Bay for over two decades and has also been an Alaskan guide for five summers. There, he mastered the waters of Kodiak Island and fished for Halibut, Trout, Cod, and Salmon. Mike also captained boats for various other tours, such as whale watching, bear viewing, sea kayaking, crab fishing, and eagle watching. He also navigated the shallow rivers and streams via jet boat, targeting all 5 species of Salmon, Grayling, and Trout.

Sobre este listado

Especies de Interés

Walleye Walleye

Especificaciones del barco

Nitro (Performance fishing) construido en 2020. Impulsado por 350HP Mercury motor.

Longitud
22 ft
Capacidad
3 personas

Tipos de Pesca

Pesca en Río
Pesca en Lado

Técnicas de Pesca

Troleo
Jigging
Drift Fishing

Servicios

GPS
Chaleco Salvavidas
Localizador de peces
Vivero para la carnada
Motor de troleo inalámbrico
Nevera para la pesca
GPS
Chaleco Salvavidas
Localizador de peces
Vivero para la carnada
Motor de troleo inalámbrico
Nevera para la pesca

El Viaje Incluye

Cañas, carretes y equipo
Carnada Viva
Señuelos

Política de Cancelación

Cancelación gratis hasta 7 días antes del viaje

Los clientes pueden cancelar o modificar su reserva hasta 7 días antes de la fecha del viaje sin cargo. Si el viaje se cancela o modifica después, o en caso de no presentarse, se cobrará el 100% del depósito.

Políticas

Opción de traslado después de reservar
El traslado hacia/desde el lugar de salida puede estar disponible e incluido en el precio según su ubicación y la distancia desde el muelle.
Se permiten niños
Te quedas con la pesca
Se permite captura y liberación

Pago

Reserva con 20% depósito
Cuando el capitán confirme tu viaje, FishingBooker cargará a su tarjeta de crédito un depósito del 20% para garantizar la reserva.
Pagar el balance restante al capitán
El saldo restante se pagará directamente al operador del charter en la fecha del viaje o antes en uno de los siguientes métodos de pago:
Efectivo
Visa
Mastercard
PayPal

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