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make the most of your fishing trip

Whether you’re a seasoned angler or a novice, we want to make sure your fishing experience with Weekend Warrior Guide Service is the best it can be.

Check out our FAQs to learn about what we fish, what to bring on your trip, and more.

A limit of Walleyes with Captain Gavin Scray and Weekend Warrior Guide Service

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  • What’s biting and when?
    Green Bay and surrounding areas are home to a diverse range of fish species. Target species include walleye, smallmouth bass, and musky, among others. Walleye: Mid-March - November Best trophy fish times: April 1st - June 1st & September 1st - November 30th Smallmouth Bass: May - November Best trophy fish times: May, October - November Muskies: Late-May - November Best trophy fish times: August 1st - November 30
  • Where will we fish from?
    Launch locations may include Green Bay, Marinette, Oconto, Suamico, Dykesville, or Sturgeon Bay. I will always recommend what I think will be the best location for the best bite.
  • How many people can I bring?
    Group sizes can vary, but typically, we can accommodate 1 to 4 anglers per trip. If you have a larger group, we can make arrangements. Charters are a great choice for group trips including bachelor parties and corporate outings.
  • Do I need a fishing license?
    Yes, a valid fishing license is required for anyone 16 and older. You can obtain your WI state fishing license at many local vendors or online, here.
  • What should I bring on my trip?
    We recommend that you bring personal items such as hats, sunscreen, sunglasses, cameras, and appropriate clothing for the weather. It is often cooler on the water than you may think, so dressing in layers is a good idea. Depending on the length of your trip, consider bringing food/beverages - just make sure you leave the bananas at home! Don’t forget your WI state fishing license and a cooler to take home your catch.
  • What is provided on my trip?
    We provide all fishing gear needed including: 3 Sonar/GPS combos, Forward Facing sonar, marine radio & cellular phone, USCG approved safety equipment, JT Outdoor Products rods, top-of-the-line reels, live and artificial bait, and tackle. And of course - photos of your trip!
  • Can I keep the fish that I catch?
    Yes, you can keep fish. However, due to DNR regulations there is a limit to the amount that you can keep. Any Walleye over 24 inches will be released. This helps keep our fisheries thriving.
  • Will you clean my catch?
    Unfortunately, due to current Wisconsin DNR regulations we're not able to assist with fish cleaning. Regulations require fish to be identifiable during transportation.
  • What if the weather is bad?
    Safety is my top priority. We’ll stay in touch as your date gets closer and if poor weather conditions arise, I'll make the call to reschedule our trip to a more suitable date. Trips during inclement weather will be at the discretion of the guide. High winds in excess of 30 mph, severe cold, unfavorable boat ramp conditions, and severe thunderstorms may cause our trip to be rescheduled. Your deposit will be moved to another date in the event of inclement weather.
  • What if I need to cancel or reschedule my trip?
    If something comes up and you need to cancel or move your trip, I will need at least 24 hours notice. Your deposit will be moved to another date of your choice. If 24 hours notice is not given, you will be responsible for the balance in full. All no-call, no-shows will be responsible for the balance of their trip.
Captain Gavin Scray with a 30+ inch Green Bay walleye

Still Have Questions?

If you have additional questions or need more information on your upcoming trip, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re here to help!
Phone: 920.362.1978

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