Lake Michigan Kenosha, WI
Trout and Salmon
Whether you're after line screaming King Salmon, tastey Coho Salmon, deep diving Lake Trout or acrobatic Steelhead, we specialize in it all!
Our season kicks off in May chasing the abundant coho salmon with some steelhead and brown trout mixed in. Ask about our light tackle opportunities!
Come June you can expect more of the same with some big Kings showing up and fewer brown trout.
July/August is absolute trophy time! We are well into the monster king season. You can expect numerous fish reaching 20lbs. and more!
September/October we make the trek to the harbors and river fronts as the Kings make their way near shore to spawn. There are some great light tackle opportunities to enjoy this time of year. Fish are reaching their maximum size!
Door County, WI Bass and Walleye
Beautiful Door County offers some of the best trophy Smallmouth Bass and Walleye fishing North America has to offer, hands down! Named the # 1 bass fishing lake for 2014 by Bassmaster! Join Capt. Andy on his home waters and enjoy the beautiful scenery as you fish.
April/May/June offer the best time for giant bronze back smallies! There are good chances at catching multiple 4-6lb+ fish. This time of year is also exceptional for wall hanging walleye! You can expect days of average fish at 26 inches! With several reaching 30 or more.
July/August is a great time to enjoy the warm weather and scenic views Door County has to offer as we troll for walleye on off shore reefs and islands. These fish will be of all sizes with chances to catch that elusive trophy! The smallmouth bass are smashing top water and spinners during the dawn and dusk hours. During the day your guide will show you the technique of dropshotting for smallies off of deep water points and other structures. At times we will fish the Lake Michigan side for some absolute giant bronze backs!
September/October/November will be the last, and one of the best chances for you to catch that trophy walleye or bass before the bay freezes tight for winter. These fish will be feeding heavily as the water begins to cool and the leaves change color. Ten to twelve pound and larger walleyes will be on the prowl. Five to six pound and larger smallmouth will be feeding to withstand the long winter! This is go time!
Bushman Sport-Fisihng Team