Door County Trout Fishing
When the ice begins to thaw at the end of March, April and May, the Lake Michigan fishing season starts. During the early season, Walleyes, Brown Trout, and Northern Pike are the primary targets. Green Bay offers incredible trophy fishery for all these species. We troll the warming shoreline (35-45 degrees) in search of the thrilling German Brown Trout, tasty Walleye and giant Northern Pike. The Door County shoreline provides tremendous nearshore fishing and has produced many record-sized fish. The Brown is an excellent fighter with a reputation of being a relentless jumper, sizzling off-line, and blasting out of the water repeatedly in an attempt to shake the hooks. The Walleyes are just plain BIG! Fish up to 30″ are not uncommon, and the toothy Northern Pike grow to incredible sizes of over 25 pounds.