Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Guide in Elkhart Lake, WI
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Payment method?
A. Cash or check only.
Q. Meeting location?
A. Will vary with season.
Q. Hotel options?
A. Several in the Sheboygan area including the Kohler resort.
Q. Other activity options?
A. A wide variety of options are available for the non fisher.
Q. What species will we catch?
A. Depends on time of year.
Q. How big are the fish?
A. Varies by species.
Q. How big are the fish?
A. Varies by species:
- King salmon up to 40" and 25 pounds
- Coho salmon up to 35" and 15 pounds
- Brown trout up to 35" + and 15-20 pounds
- Steelhead up to 40" and 15-20 pounds
Q. What license do I need?
A. Depends on where we are fishing.
Q. Can I provide transportation/pick up?
A. Yes, I will pick you up within a 20-mile radius of Kohler, Wisconsin.
What Should Customers Bring?
- Fleecewarm socks
- Sweater or jacket
- Rain jacket
- Warm clothing
- Cool clothing
- Sun block
- Change of clothes in case you get wet or it rains
Sample of Typical Itinerary
Walk and wade fishing only. Pick up or meet at decided location, go over opportunities for the day and wader up. Discuss tactics and flies and how to fish them with success. Quick lesson if needed or pointers on how to be successful on the water. Set off for river and fish for 3-4 hours, break for lunch and return to river for final 3-4 hours of fishing. Half days are 4 hours of fishing and Three Quarter days are 6 hours of fishing. Full day, 8 hours of fishing. Lunch is provided with full day trips. Snacks, water, soda and other options are provided.
Species You Fish for by Season
Fall season is Mid September to January. Focusing on migratory Lake Michigan King Salmon, Coho Salmon, Brown Trout, Steelhead.
Spring season focuses on holdover Brown Trout, steelhead and smallmouth bass.
Summer season is primarily trout, smallmouth bass, carp and pike.
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