Outdoor Adventures Guide Service
H. Myhre - WI Licensed Guide
anglers in the Hayward area for over 37 years"
If you're looking for the
ultimate outdoor experience here in the Wisconsin northland,
give us a call. Wisconsin licensed guide for over 37
years and Wisconsin DNR certified angler education instructor.
We offer guided fishing trips for musky, bass, walleye,
and panfish on many Hayward area waters.
Along with being a guide
for the last 37+ years we still host and produce a popular
outdoor radio show and am an active member of the Outdoor
Writers Association of America and also the Association
of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers. In the past have written
many articles for magazines like Musky Hunter magazine,
Esox Angler magazine, and Midwest outdoors just to name
a few. Up untill recently for many years myself and
my wife also owned and operated Sportsmen's Lodge resort
on Moose lake. Close to 4 decades of helping people
enjoy the outdoors, we are now into the 2nd and even
3rd generation with many of our guests!
Member of the Hayward
Guide Service with 37+ years experience guiding
and fishing the Hayward area lakes and hunting in the
area including the Chequamegon Forest and Moose lake
area where we live.
We can also hook you up
with several other top area guides and also offer guiding
for groups. We even help you arrange for lodging
in the area if you want.
booking trips for this Spring and Summer
fishing trips available on Hayward area lakes and rivers
for Panfish, Walleye, Bass and Northern Pike
or Family trips
or family trips available for up to 4 or 5 people for
walleye or panfish
and Largemouth Bass
a Smallmouth Bass trip On one of our world class Smallouth
Call or email now
us to reserve your fishing trip
offer both full day trips and half day trips as well
as a 5 hour evening trip special
The 5 hour evening
trip gets you on the water at the very best time during
the summer months! The fish are biting and you are out
of the hot summer sun.
We have guided trips
for musky, walleye, pike, bass, or panfish on Hayward
area lakes from my comfortable, 19 foot Lund Impact
Fly fishing trips available for smallmouth bass and
the Chippewa River and on several lakes as well.
FISHING - The Hayward area
is known for it's great musky fishing and has many lakes
to choose from. Over the years I've had several fish
over 50 inches in my boat and to many to count between
42 and 49 inches which were 20 to 30 pound muskies.
However while some of our lakes regularly produce some
real trophies, others are known for action and produce
plenty of action from legal size muskies but with over
30 years of catch and release going on even these lakes
are starting to produce some nice fish. Over the last
couple years we've caught many mid to upper 40 inch
fish from these "numbers" lakes and had quite
a few days where we've boated multiple 40+ inch fish.
when conditions are not the greatest for catching that
big one from one of the trophy lakes, and we all know
they are not easy to catch anytime, fishing these "action"
lakes produces fish and sometimes a real trophy too.
I fish most of the lakes in the area
and catching muskies is usually not a problem on most
days, it's just the really big ones that don't always
A tip on catching Trophy Muskies,
There are definitely times of the year and conditions
when your odds of catching that real trophy are much
greater. If the time is right, like in the fall or under
the right weather conditions, go for the "big one",and
other times concentrate on just catching legal fish.
By doing this you'll learn more, enjoy it more, and
definitely catch more muskies.
If you have any questions
on the best times and lakes to fish, call 715-462-9402
or E-mail me
And on YouTube
One of Northwest Wisconsin's most overlooked fisheries
is it's bass fishing, both largemouth and smallmouth,
and it just keeps getting better!
Our smallmouth fishing
is world class, and it's hard to beat our Largemouth
**May and early June
and October are often overlooked for Smallmouth as many
anglers then concentrate their efforts on other species.
However, while we fish all through the season for them
too, we usually see some of the very best fishing in
those months for absolutely huge Smallmouth bass!**
If you like to catch fish, bass in the
Hayward area provide some of the very best action and
just plain fun fishing! For example, The Chippewa Flowage
not only provides good fishing for musky, walleye, panfish,
and northern pike, it has become a fantastic fishery
for both smallmouth and largemouth bass!
Many of our lakes provide as good of
bassin' as you'll find anywhere and when it comes to
smallmouth bass we have a lot of waters that would rank
world class smallie fisheries. Every year we catch many
of them from 17 to over 20 inches and there are Smallmouth
up to 23 inches or larger caught! One of our best Smallie
lakes is Round lake where the Smallmouth average around
17 inches or more with lots of fish larger than that.
Other top Smallmouth lakes are Lac Courte Orielles and
Grindstone. Many of the smaller lakes also produce good
Smallmouth action and some big ones too.
Also don't overlook the Largemouth fishing
in the area!
Whether you want to fish largemouth
on a secluded lake in the Chequamegon National Forest,
smallmouth on the Chippewa river, or fish the fantastic
smallmouth fishery we now have on many lakes, we'll
take you there and I guarantee you'll come back for
If you enjoy catching fish and bass
fishing you will have a great time here in our area!
CRAPPIE, and BLUEGILL FISHING
Many of our lakes provide some good
walleye fishing, especially in the spring and fall.
I guide walleyes on most of the area lakes including
the Chippewa Flowage. For the walleyes the 5 hour eveing
trips are very popular as they are very productive for
walleye fishing. Usually in the Summer I do more of
the 5 hour trips, especially with familys.
There are several area lakes that provide
good panfishing most of the season. Crappie fishing
is usually better in the spring and fall but mid summer
panfish action can be very good and a lot of fun for
family fishing trips. One of my favorite lakes for crappies
and bluegills is the Chippewa Flowage but the fishing
for them is good on Nelson lake, Teal lake, and several
other lakes as well.
I guide from a 19 foot Lund Impact
boat and can take out larger groups, for both walleye
and panfish I can take up to 4 or 5 people in my Lund
boat, but for bass or musky only 3 guests though.
Electronics, Sonar Educational trips
offer instructional trips and can show you how to get
the most out of your Humminbird electronics and Minn-Kota
trolling motors. Side imaging, down imaging, 2D sonar,
GPS, Humminbird networking, and I Pilot Link. I can
help you set up your units and show you how to get the
most out of them. I have long used Humminbird and Minn
Kota units on my guide boats and also have an extensive
background in marine service and boat rigging as well
as an extensive electronics background including education
as a US Navy sonar tech. We can go in my boat or yours
or a combination split trip, either way I can show you
how to set up and get the most from your electronics
and it's features. Just give me a call and we can talk
about what you want.
We also offer guided trips
for fly angling for musky and bass on the parts of the
Chippewa river and on several lakes as well. We have
some of the best shallow water fly fishing for both
smallmouth and muskies you will find anywhere! We can
fish the rivers from kayaks or smaller boats but if
you want a better chance at at bigger mid 40 inch and
up musky, I also guide fly anglers from my guide boats
on many of these lakes.
Trophy size muskies. Fly
fishing on the rivers is great but don't overlook fly
fishing bigger waters. No matter how you fish for muskies,
consistantly the larger waters produce larger muskie!
I have many lakes we can fly fish on from lakes that
produce lots of muskies to trophy lakes like the Chippewa
Flowage. And fly fishing from a bigger boat is more
comfortable and with it's large casting deck is great
to fly fish muskies and smallmouth from.
Ice Fishing Trips
Guided trips available
on the Chippewa Flowage for northern pike and panfish.
The Chippewa Flowage is the 2nd largest lake in Wisconsin
with over 15,000 acres, 233 miles of shoreline, and
140+ islands. The Chippewa Flowage was created in 1924.
The damming of the Chippewa River joined the waters
of 11 natural lakes, 9 rivers and countless streams.
It's shoreline is primarily wild which will never be
more than 15% developed. The "Chip" was historicly
closed to all ice fishing for many years but now is
open all winter for panfish and northern pike. With
a huge population of crappies, bluegills, and northern
pike and a great wilderness setting, ice fishing on
the "Chip" is a very unique experience!
Guided ice fishing trips
also available on several other Hayward area lakes for
walleye, crappie, bluegill, perch, and or northern pike
as well. All equipment and gear is furnished and I use
insulated shelters and have portable heaters to make
your ice fishing trip warm and comfortable as well as
fun and productive.
Winter guide rates are
for 1 or 2 people it's $250 and for larger groups we
add extra per additional person. Because of the shorter
days and colder winter weather our most popular trips
are 4 + hour trips which is what our winter rates are
based on. 6 + hour trips are available for $300.
Live bait for pike or walleye
is extra and guide rates are also subject to 5% sales
Give me us call or email
if you would like more information or would like to
reserve an ice fishing trip this winter.
and comfortable outerwear that also floats"
- 8+ hours, half day 4 hours on
- But I do a lot of 5 hour trips
in the evenings too which is by far the most popular
- Family fishing trips
- Safe, comfortable big new 19'
Lund Impact with Mercury outboard, Humminbird electronics,
and Minnkota motors
- All boat expenses (gas included)
- Fishing equipment (if needed)
- Some Live baits are extra
Extra services available:
- Extra guides for large parties can
- Night fishing trips can be arranged.
- Fish cleaning
- Winter Ice fishing guide service
available on the Chippewa Flowage as well as most
of the Hayward area lakes
Things to Bring:
- Proper Clothing, Rain Gear, Sunglasses
& Fishing Hat, Camera
- Valid Wisconsin Fishing License
- Rods, Reels, Lures (provided with
- Lunch For You and Guide (usually
at lake restaurant)
- Something to drink as it can get
hot during the summer months
- Most of our trips are set up in the forests
or waters of the vast Chequamegon National Forest.
With over 850,000 acres and plenty of game it
provides good hunting and you usually don't run
into too many other hunters. Plus it offers a
wilderness quality as well.
GUIDE RATES AND SERVICES
- Full day for 1 or 2 people is $350
and half day rates are $235
- We also offer a 5 hour evening
fishing trip in the summer months for only $260. That
has been my most popular guided trip as it gets you
on the water at one of the very best times when the
fish are more active and out of the summer heat. Great
time to enjoy our waters and great fishing! I do a
lot of these evening trips every summer as the fishing
is almost always great in the afternoon and evening.
- Rates are based on 2 people but I
can take up to 4 or 5 out with an extra charge of
only $50 each
- In My big Lund
I can take up to 5 guests out for walleye and
panfish and 3 out for musky or bass
- Ice fishing rates are $250 for one
or two anglers for 4 + hour trips and $300 for 6 +
hour trips, all equipment included. Add per extra
- Some live bait is extra
- Guide fees are subject to Wi Sales
- For guided hunting rates and dates
available please call or E-mail me and
we'll get back to you right away.
Outdoors Guide Service
7596 W. Pine Point Rd.
Hayward, Wisconsin 54843
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