Winnaconne, Little & Big Green, Emily. I fish all lakes in
southern WI, contact me and I'll give you any info I have.
most southeastern Wisconsin lakes including Madison Chain, Okauchee,
Geneva, Delavan, also like Buffalo Lake and Sturgeon Bay.
Lake Winnebago, Wolf River, Fox Lake.
Fish mainly for bass and would love to learn more about the Mississippi
Mississippi River Pool 8. Guided for 27+ years, no boat....let's go in
Mississippi River Pools 7, 8.
spend most of my summer and early fall on muskie tour
but hit walleyes on the Fox and smallies on Green Bay
Madison chain, Crystal Lake, Indian Lake.
Been in the area since Sept.'08 so I'm still learning the
lakes. Willing to fish anytime.
Madison Chain, Buffalo, Crystal Lake, Geneva.
Just getting into the area and learning the lakes.
Available to fish anytime.
Little Butte des Morts, Wolf River system, Wuapaca Chain, my favorites.
Mostly fish where my club
tournaments take me, will give what I know if asked.
Big and Little Muskego, Buffalo, wherever our club fishes. I am always
looking to fish with new peop, I would like to learn new lakes and ways
to fish, your boat or mine.
Mississippi River pools 4, 5, and 5A.
I fish these pools as much as I can and usually have some kind of decent
pattern going on. If anybody would like some tips for a tourney, or
would just like to set up a time to hit the river just let me know.
bass, pike, Wapogasset, Black Brooke.
Fish for Musky mainly but go for bass when things are
slow or don't feel like wasting my arm casting.
Winnebago and about 200 other lakes in Wisconsin.
Mississippi River Pool 9, 10,11,12 and a couple of small local lakes.
Mostly fish for bass but can be persuaded to fish Muskies.
Rice Lake, Big Sis, Red Cedar, LCO, The Chip.
Musky and Bass fish from Lake Wissota to Moose Lake. Looking to try some
new waters this year, or show someone new waters. Would like to try
Wisconsin River, Turtle Flambeau. I spend a lot of
time on the Wisconsin River around Stevens Point mainly fishing Walleyes
and Smallies. Always looking for new water.
Jack W. Greil