Sturgeon Bay Visitor Center News
Changing of the Seasons with Sturgeon Bay Sport Fishing Association
For some, when we see the leaves start to fall it means the long Winter is about to set in. But, not for the anglers around Door County.
For anglers it means the “open water” season has ended and they will soon be standing on solid ice. After another record setting year for Fall fishing for Perch, Bass, Northern Pike, and Walleye, it will soon be time to get those ice augers and fish shanties ready to go.
The ice fishing guides of the Sturgeon Bay Sport Fishing Association are readying their gear for the upcoming season. On the agenda will be Whitefish, Walleye, Perch, and Northern Pike.
For a complete winter adventure, contact any of our members at fishsturgeonbay.com.
They will have the heated houses and all the gear necessary to make your ice fishing trip an enjoyable one. You will start with a nice cruise over the ice-covered bay in a UTV and arrive at one of the many spacious ice houses ready for your comfort.
Once you’re inside the ice house, pick up one of the ice rods and use the tackle available- you’ll officially be ready to start hammering the fish.
Because of Sturgeon Bay’s unique geographical location, this popular destination makes for a great fishing trip.
With miles and miles of scenic shoreline, this is the ideal location and habitat for all types of fish. Almost every fish that’s available to anglers in the summer can be caught through the ice in Winter.
Anglers can go virtually anywhere on the Lake during ice fishing season. Several of the bays and harbors offer protection from the brisk Winter winds.
If getting outdoors in the Winter air and setting foot on the ice sounds like something you want to try this Winter, contact fishsturgeonbay.com to contact one of our ice fishing experts!