Ice Fishing Rates


8 Hours = $225    4 Hours = $125

Price above includes two people
Additional people - $50 Each
Kids under 12 fish free

Target walleye or pike
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Target nighttime walleye
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Target bluegill, crappie, or perch
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Target panfish or pike
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Target whatever is biting best

*Fishing other lakes may be possible upon request*

Booking A Trip

Pike Pole Fishing wants you to have a fun and educational day on the ice. .Whether it's chasing after walleye, pike, or panfish...we have you covered.  The price rates shown include one or two people, but we can accommodate larger groups. Please call for special pricing on groups of six or more. 

We also offer guests discounted lodging accommodations at various hotels and rental homes throughout the areas we fish. Hotel rooms and rental homes may depend on availability. Please ask about this service when calling to book your trip.

Waters guided during the ice season include: Lake Koshkonong, Lake Kegonsa, Lake Monona, Lake Mendota, Lake Waubesa, Gibbs Lake, Clear Lake, Red Cedar, and Lake Ripley. Other waters may be available upon request.

Call 608-290-3929 to schedule your trip.


What to Expect

We offer guests the opportunities to target a variety of species through jigging or tip up fishing. We use Beaver Dam Ice Fishing products, including rods, rail style tip ups, and insulated plastic round tip ups. We also provide Humminbird ice sonar units to help jigging productivity.    

Guests can fish from our large portable Eskimo shelters or our new aluminum Zero 4 Outdoors drop down shelter. If fishing locations are not located within a short walking distance, transportation to these areas will be provided by ATV's or full size vehicles. 

Full day trips include a grilled lunch if requested.

While out on the ice, our guides can also explain and teach guests a variety of topics. These include, but are not limited to:

Weather pattern effects

- Seasonal fish behavior

- Ice jigging tactics

- Tip up tactics

- Flasher and ice sonar operation

What to Bring

All fishing equipment and bait is provided, but please ensure you bring the following items:

- Valid Wisconsin fishing license

- Licenses can be obtained online:
  Non Resident - "Click Here"
  Resident - "Click Here"

- Ice cleats for your boots

- Appropriate warm weather clothing

- Sunglasses 

- Snacks & Beverages

- Camera

- Cooler to take your catch home


After we get some great photos, catch and release of large game fish, such as walleye, northern pike, and musky is strongly encouraged. Smaller legal sized game fish and pan fish make great table fare for guests choosing to keep fish. 

To help maintain a great fishery for future generations, we recommend walleyes over 18" and northern pike over 30" be released. However, any large fish that is hooked in the gills or suffers injury are excluded. Many times these fish will not survive long after being released.

Also, if the walleye, northern pike, or musky is your first trophy and you're looking to mount it, options can be discussed. We work closely with Don Rich of Nature's Touch Taxidermy, located in Janesville, Wisconsin. Nature's Touch offers both standard mount and replica mount options that customers can choose from.  Don is a second generation taxidermist who has award winning work displayed in many homes. "Click Here" for more information on Nature's Touch Taxidermy.