Fishing Wisconsin

“Our goal at Bills & Gills Guide Services is to give each and every one of
our clients a unique experience in the outdoor sporting world.”
– Captain Jim Klein

Salmon Fishing is Rocking!

The Salmon are hitting great this year! We have been coming back with 20 fish on the boat. If you want to see what happens when a 25 pound fish hits the line then hit me up. We will be fishing out of Sheboygan and Algoma for the rest of the summer!

Come salmon fishing with us on Lake Michigan!

Open Water Fishing Is Finally Here In Wisconsin!!

“FISH ON!!” and a screaming reel are just some of the sounds you will encounter when you fish with Captain Jim Klein. He has been fishing all over the US and Canada for over 50 years. Jim knows just what bait the fish want. He will not only show you how to find the fish, but will also teach you how to catch them and set up your boat to catch more fish. Captain Jim is one of Wisconsin’s most sought after fishing guides. He can take you fishing on one of his boats or go out with you on your boat, and help fine tune your boat to catch more fish. His experience and attention to detail are second to none. Whether you are fishing for Pan Fish, Walleye, Muskie, Perch, or Salmon, it will be an experience that will not soon be forgotten.

Captain Jim starts fishing the Wolf River as soon as the ice goes out and continues fishing downstream to Lake Poygan and all the way to Lake Winnebago. He mainly targets Walleyes, but has been known to take clients after White Bass, Muskie, and Salmon, with the occasional Pan Fish trip. The perch fishing on Lake Winnebago has become phenomenal. As the weather warms up, the Bay of Green Bay and Lake Michigan become the target waters. The Bay’s world class Walleye fishing produces numerous Walleye in the 30+ inch class, and Lake Michigan gives up limits of Salmon. As the summer comes to an end, the focus becomes the elusive Muskie. People come from all over the word to fish this fishery. Whether, you want to fish in your boat or fish in one of Captain Jim’s, call today to book your trip!

Walleye Fishing in Wisconsin

It can’t be stated enough how walleye fishing is a passion for Bills and Gills. And why not? Look at all the walleye fishing destinations. You have the Bay of Green Bay, Lake Winnebago, Lake Poygen, or Wolf River to choose from. And the best part of this? Captain Jim not only knows where but how to catch these large-eyed beauties.

There are many techniques that go into hunting the slippery, subtle walleye. Good thing you have Captain Jim to lead you on this merry adventure. He will educate you, (depending on time of year and fishing location), and even show you the best methods to use. It might be drifting, toiling, or casting, just some of the techniques he has in his bag of tricks.

Bills and Gills use a 24-foot custom build SeaArk with state-of-the-art technology for Walleye fishing. It will comfortably hold up to 4 people. Season begins when the ice goes out until the end of June. 

You can expect walleye to range between 15-32 inches and anywhere from one to 12.5 pounds. That said, you have an excellent chance to catch a trophy walleye especially the Green Bay area. It should also be noted that white bass are very probably going to be part of the fishing excursion. It’s all good, as they are a tasty meal in and of themselves.

In conclusion, you will want to be with Captain Jim when looking for walleye. He has the best fishing spots and techniques around. All he asks of you is that you have a current fishing license and that you bring a paper copy when you get on board. The rest, as it can be said, is to kick back and enjoy the trip.

Man Walleye fishing in Wisconsin
A Group Salmon Fishing in Sheboygan

Salmon Fishing in Sheboygan

It can’t be stated enough how walleye fishing is a passion for Bills and Gills. And why not? Look at all the walleye fishing destinations. You have the Bay of Green Bay, Lake Winnebago, Lake Poygen, or Wolf River to choose from. And the best part of this? Captain Jim not only knows where but how to catch these large-eyed beauties.

There are many techniques that go into hunting the slippery, subtle walleye. Good thing you have Captain Jim to lead you on this merry adventure. He will educate you, (depending on time of year and fishing location), and even show you the best methods to use. It might be drifting, toiling, or casting, just some of the techniques he has in his bag of tricks.

Bills and Gills use a 24-foot custom build SeaArk with state-of-the-art technology for Walleye fishing. It will comfortably hold up to 4 people. Season begins when the ice goes out until the end of June. 

You can expect walleye to range between 15-32 inches and anywhere from one to 12.5 pounds. That said, you have an excellent chance to catch a trophy walleye especially the Green Bay area. It should also be noted that white bass are very probably going to be part of the fishing excursion. It’s all good, as they are a tasty meal in and of themselves.

In conclusion, you will want to be with Captain Jim when looking for walleye. He has the best fishing spots and techniques around. All he asks of you is that you have a current fishing license and that you bring a paper copy when you get on board. The rest, as it can be said, is to kick back and enjoy the trip.

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