Just a few brief descriptions of some of the lakes and rivers that you may choose to fish with Fish Bones Guide Service. Also the Seasons and a description of what you may catch.
Mirror Lake is a 139 acre lake located just outside of the Wisconsin Dells. This lake is always "slow no wake" so no need to worry about water skiers and jet skies. Late April, May and even early June the Bluegills go onto their spawning beds and that means fast action for kids and adults alike. Throw in the occasional Perch and Crappie, and a fine meal can be caught in a matter of hours. Summer means top water Bass and Pike action as well. Mirror Lake is a personal favorite of Captain Owen.
Devils lake is a 368 acre lake located just South of Baraboo. The lake has a maximum depth of about 50 feet. Devils Lake is a non-motorized lake so no motorboats or jet skies. Trout, Bass and Panfish can be caught from Spring into winter. Devils Lake currently has special regulations in place so that Bass less than 14 inches and 1 fish greater than 18 inches may be kept. Trout dominate Devils Lake, however. If you are looking for a tasty meal for the grill or frying pan, I suggest the trout of Devils Lake. Averaging around 13 inches, the meat is orange from the clean water.
Lake Camelot is a 393 acre lake located 42 miles North of Wisconsin Dells. This Lake holds Largemouth Bass Walleye, Panfish, and Pike, but is a favorite of mine for fast-action Spring Bass. This lake holds loads of 12 to 16 inch Bass with always the possibility of a trophy.
Delton Lake is a 249 acre lake located in the heart of the Dells. Delton Lake holds Pike, Bass, Panfish and Walleye. Although not as popular with the locals due to boat traffic, this lake holds a few monster Pike and Walleye as well as a healthy Panfish population
Lake Mason is a 882 acre lake located 10 miles East of Wisconsin Dells. Lake Mason offers an awesome spring Panfish bite and in the summer offers excellent Bass and Pike fishing as well as an occasional Muskie!
If you want a truly unique fishing experience, one that only Wisconsin can offer, hit up the Warren area Cranberry Bogs. The Warrens area offers Cranberry Bog fishing for Largemouth Bass and Panfish. True trophy Largemouth inhabit these backwater haunts.. Topwater action available in the Summer with the occasional monster Pike making a toothy appearance. Panfishing can be phenomenal as well.
If you want to brave the wilds of Wisconsin after truly wild Trout, this is the trip for you! Fisherman will experience true Trout fishing the way I was taught by my Grandfather over 30 years ago. I warn you that this type of fishing is not for the lazy fisherperson. You will earn your catch, and at the end the day, be ready for a hearty meal and a comfortable bed. Inquire for additional details!
Jordan Lake is a 233 acre lake located 15 miles Northeast of Wisconsin Dells. Jordan Lake has a maximum depth of 92 feet and has a healthy population of Bass, Pike and Panfish as well as Trout and Walleye. Sight fishing is a popular technique on this lake during Spring and Summer since the water is exceptionally clear.