Our walleye season starts on the world famous Fox River each year in mid March. Millions of Green Bay walleyes swim up the Fox River each spring to spawn and are very hungry along the way. March is the best time to have the catch of a lifetime, with 100 fish days and 28-33 inch walleyes being very common. Soon after the Fox run gets under way, the Menominee River and Sturgeon Bay opens up. This is by far the best chance at a trophy sized walleye throughout the entire year. The last few springs, multi-8-13 lb walleye days were very common. Day and night trips are available.
The first Saturday of May is the Bass opener and the walleye limit goes from 1 to 5. Fifty plus smallmouth days with fish up to 6 lbs and 28-33 inch walleye are common. In-Fisherman Magazine rates Green Bay as one of the top 10 places in the world for a trophy smallmouth. This makes a great combo trip for full day trips.