Guides Landing Wisconsin Fishing Guide Service
Kurt Justice, proprietor of Guide’s Landing, books 170 guide dates during open water season. When busy, he refers to his colleagues, Mike Bowen and Darrell Mittlesteadt along with other local professional guides. Kurt guides right until ice-up and beyond, but you will also find him on the ice doing fishing trips in the winter months.
While walleye and musky make up the bulk of his booking, small mouth bass, large mouth bass, northern pike, crappies and yellow perch are also targeted through out the season adding lots of spice and variety to any outing.
Kurt welcomes anglers of all ages and experience levels and can accommodate the needs of corporate or other large groups.
Kurt invites you to come and take a fishing trip in his fully rigged Yarcraft. Come and experience the waters of Northern Wisconsin. Fish from the Willow Flowage of Oneida County to the Flambeau Flowage of Iron; the Pike Round Lake Chain of Price County to the water of Phelps; Land O Lakes in Vilas County and most anywhere in between.
With the guides at the Guide’s Landing, you can be assured you're fishing with a professional. The guides here fish for a living and know their trade well. Kurt won’t set you up with some part-time, weekend "want-to-be” guide. Our guides are licensed, insured professionals who know our reputation is on the line when you are in their boats.
BOOK A TRIP
Trips for 1/2 day, 3/4 day, and full days available. This includes: transportation, use of equipment (of course, you may bring your own), and cleaning and freezing of fish. Learn the hows, whys and wheres as well as proper use of equipment and techniques.
WHAT TO BRING:
- Sunglasses - Polarized if possible
- Proper clothing for the season - Rain suit or warm jacket
- Cooler with something to drink
- Snacks / Lunch
- Most Important! - A Smile!
Please feel free to call us, at (715) 356-4797 or e-mail us for the availability of dates and rate information.
Rates vary depending on number of people and number of boats.
A deposit is required to hold the date.