2018 Walleye Fishing Season Wrap Up

big catchThe 2018 Walleye fishing season is in the books for us here at Fish’n Walleye Guide Service.  We would like to take a moment to thank all of our clients for a wonderful year of fishing on the Bay of Green Bay and the Fox River.  Captain Todd is looking forward to the return of many of you for the 2019 walleye fishing season. Thank you for booking early!

It was a good year despite some of the nasty weather we had.  The North East winds or wind in general was not cooperative for a lot of trips. We had the huge late season snow storm on April 15th.  That pushed back the big ones coming in on the Fox River for the spring spawn.  We had more than an abundance of rain and storms as well.  Muddy waters, which limited visibility, and high water conditions were not good for catching walleye.  All of those weather issues combined made it so we had to reschedule quite a few fishing trips.  Thank you to our clients for their patience and understanding through Mother Nature’s fury. Your safety is our first commitment, no fish is worth a life.

Despite the weather issues, we reeled in our fair share of walleye, some of them in the 30 plus range. There were some beautiful sunrises and sunsets to view, just another plus side of this job.  We met some truly amazing people and made some new friends.

Fish’n Walleye Guide Service is done fishing for the 2018 open water season, getting the boat ready for storage and moving on to another passion, deer hunting.  To those of you who have that same passion, good luck and may you bag a monster buck!

Keep an eye out for our spring specials.  Like and follow our Facebook page, we will be posting on there throughout the winter months.  There will be a few giveaways and we will post our special pricing for the spring fishing walleye run on the Fox River.  The earlier you book the more likely you can get a spot on the boat with us.  The spring run tends to book up pretty fast!

If you are looking to book for a fishing trip on the bay next year, any time is a good time, however, end of May through early July is your best bet.  Again, book early, those dates tend to book up quickly as well.

Signing off for the season.  Good luck to all you hunters, good luck to all of you ice fisherman!double walleye

When you are ready for the open water fishing of 2019 give us a call and let’s go fish’n!

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