Central Wisconsin's Big Green Lake has been Dennis Walker's
professional territory for more than 40 years.
For years the native fishing guide had a distinction few such professionals
can offer. He once caught a 47 inch, 34 1/2
pound lake trout, that held the state record for 14 years. That's
a notable enough achievement for an outdoor guide. It's even
more remarkable when you consider Walker caught the fish when he was just twelve years old.
We have an outstanding lake here. It's waters are deep and clear,
with not only a variety of structure, but also a variety of fish ranging
from lake trout to pan fish.
370 Palmer Ave.
Green Lake, WI 54941
Current Fishing Report
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
BIG GREEN LAKE UPDATE; ICE DEPTH ON MAIN LAKE; Horners Landing to the east and north 6 to 8 inches. Horners Landing to the west 3 to 5 inches. You have to use CAUTION ON THE LAKE WHERE EVER YOU PLAN TO GO AT THIS TIME. With this warm and rainy conditions of the last few days has not helped to make more ice. And not much cold weather in the forecast for the near future. I see people on ATVs running all over the lake. Not a good idea at this time. We just have to wait for more ice and it will come. There are no full size shantys over the deep water. Be patient we will get better ice soon.
I am getting on the lake with portables and getting fish. So if interested give me a call soon as I can only handle 6 to 8 people at a time. Call me at 920-572-0622 to get on the lake for a fun time fishing or to get a current fishing report.