Central Wisconsin's Big Green Lake has been Dennis Walker's
professional territory for more than 40 years.
For years the native fishing guide had a distinction few such professionals
can offer. He once caught a 47 inch, 34 1/2
pound lake trout, that held the state record for 14 years. That's
a notable enough achievement for an outdoor guide. It's even
more remarkable when you consider Walker caught the fish when he was just twelve years old.
We have an outstanding lake here. It's waters are deep and clear,
with not only a variety of structure, but also a variety of fish ranging
from lake trout to pan fish.
370 Palmer Ave.
Green Lake, WI 54941
Current Fishing Report
Monday, February 24, 2014
BIG GREEN LAKE UPDATE; The ice on Big Green is the thickest we have had in years ave. thickness is 20+ inches. At this time there is very little snow on the ice. There is more snow cover on the east end that may be a problem getting around there. But travel can be very rough in spots from all the old ruts made when it was warmer last week. The real cold and clear weather we are having now has slowed the fishing. I think warmer temps, will turn on the fish again. All permanent shantys have to be off the ice on Sun. March 2nd. State Law. Also the Game Fishing season will close on the 2nd of Mar, Northern, Walleye, Large & Small Month bass season is over till the 1st part of May.
FISHING REPORT; The clear cold, windy and sunny weather we are having at this time has slowed most fish. Each day the bite is different some good days and then some not so good days. With the warmer weather coming down the line the fish will wake up again and start to bite. Panfish, Cisco, Catfish and Lake Trout are all still open for fishing. The Cats will start to bite off the east out in front of the bridge. That's all I have to report at this time.
With the real good ice I may be doing some day trips with portables after the shacks are off the lake. For more info please call Dennis Walker at 920-572-0622