Fishing and Hunting the Rhinelander, Wisconsin Area for Musky, Bass, Walleye & Northern Pike with Hodag Guide Service

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About your Trip

On our fishing expedition, you can expect an informative and educational trip with the extraordinary beauty of Northern Wisconsin.

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At Hodag Guide Service, your fishing experience will be a memorable one!   Musky, walleye, smallmouth and largemouth bass are the prefered species, but other fishing opportunities are provided as well, such as northern pike and panfish.

Over 40 different lakes and rivers in Oneida, Lincoln, Vilas, and Price counties (Pike Lake Chain in Price County) to choose from.  From small 150 – acre lakes to Pelican and Lake Tomahawk.  There is a variety of lakes to choose from to accommodate any fishing conditions.

Some of my Favorites:

  • Willow Flowage
  • Rainbow Flowage
  • Moens Chain
  • Boom Lake
  • Rhinelander Flowage
  • Pelican Lake
  • Crescent Lake
  • Lake George
  • Lake Thompson
  • Manson Lake
  • Sugar Camp Chain
  • Big Bearskin
  • Lake Hancock
  • Oneida Lake
  • Wisconsin River
  • Minocqua Chain
  • Lake Tomahawk
  • Lake Nakomis – Lincoln County
  • Lake Mohawksin – Lincoln County
  • Lake Alice – Lincoln County
  • Big and Little Arbor Vitae – Vilas County
  • Pike Lake Chain – Price County

Hodag Guide Service has been featured on Midwest Waters and Wood Television Show in September of 2002 and also featured on Fishing the Midwest with Bob Jensen in January of 2006.  We can arrange your trip to accommodate any schedule including split days.

Night fishing for musky is also available upon request for those of you who want a real THRILL!!

Teaching the kids to fish is the future of our sport and kids 10 and up, accompanied by a parent or guardian, are always welcome in my boat.