Open Water Rates

Prices below includes two people
Additional people - $50 Each
Kids 12 and under fish free


Inland Waters
Rock, Dane, Jefferson Counties

Lake Koshkonong, Rock River,
Lake Kegonsa, Lake Waubesa,
Lake Kegonsa, Lake Monona,
Lake Mendota, Lake Ripley

8 Hour trip - $275   4 Hour Trip - $175


Inland Waters
Walworth County

Lake Geneva, Lake Delavan

4 Hour Morning Trip - $225


Winnebago System

Wolf River, Lake Winnebago,
Lake Poygan, Lake Winneconne,
Lake Butte Des Morts, 

8 Hour  Trip - $375


Green Bay Area

Green Bay, Fox River, Oconto River

8 Hour  Trip - $375


*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 water. Whether it's chasing after walleye, pike, panfish, or bass...we have you covered.  The price rates shown include 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 open water season include: Lake Koshkonong, Rock River, Lake Kegonsa, Lake Waubesa, Lake Monona, Lake Mendota, Lake Ripley, Lake Geneva, Lake Delavan, Lake Winnebago, Wolf River, Green Bay, and the Fox River. Other waters may be available upon request.

Call 608-290-3929 to schedule your trip.

What to expect

You'll be fishing out of a 2017 21' Crestliner Raptor, rigged with a 250 hp Mercury Opti-Max motor and equipped with some of the best sonar technology on the market. All fishing equipment is provided, including St Croix rods paired with Abu Garcia reels, various tackle, and live bait (if applicable).  

Your guides can also offer tips and techniques making your future time on the water more productive. Some examples of topics they can cover include, seasonal fish behavior, weather pattern effects, precision trolling techniques, jigging techniques, sonar interpretation, and much more.

We also practice selective harvest when it comes to game fish such as walleye and pike.  After getting some great photos, large females are released unless they're mortally wounded during the catch.

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"

- Sunglasses & Sunscreen 

- Snacks & Beverages

- Rain gear

- Seasonal clothing

- Camera

- Cooler to take your catch home