Hayward WI Musky Fishing Guides

If you’re looking for a truly memorable fishing experience, you should hire on of our Hayward WI Musky Fishing Guides.

Musky fishing is an exciting and challenging sport, and having an experienced guide by your side can improve your chances of catching one of these prized fish. Musky Fishing Guides have specialized experience and knowledge about the local musky population and the best places and techniques to use to catch them.

Musky Fishing Guides are  also able to offer insight and guidance on safety while out on the water, local fish regulations, and other pertinent information. A Hayward WI musky fishing guide also has all the necessary gear to make sure you have an enjoyable fishing trip. They’re equipped with the most advanced and highest quality rods, reels, lures and lines for the best possible results.

Our Musky Fishing Guides also provide a boat and any other necessary equipment, such as life jackets, tackle boxes, and other items that may be needed. All of this makes for a successful fishing trip and a much greater chance of catching that musky of a lifetime.

Featured Guides

Ron Bergman

Fish Wisconsin Lakes and Rivers for Walleye, Musky, Northern Pike, and Panfish with Wisconsin Licensed Guide Ronald Bergman. Fishing trips are available for anglers with special needs.

Steve Genson

Genson’s Fish Hunts guide service is a full-time service providing guided fishing trips in Northern WI. Your host Steve Genson is a United States Coast Guard (USCG) Licensed Captain and has guided professionally for over 20 years. Steve specializes in guided trips for muskies concentrating on the Hayward lakes region of northwestern WI, including Sawyer, Washburn, and Burnett Counties.

While his first love is musky fishing, Steve also features trips for Northern Wisconsin trophy walleye fishing, as well as, multi-species trips for smallmouth and largemouth bass and panfish. In the winter, Steve can be found guiding ice fishing outings in the Hayward area.

Jim Leahy

Experienced licensed fishing & hunting guide with 30 plus years guiding experience in the Hayward Lakes region of Northern Wisconsin. Member of the Hayward Guide Service since 1977. Multi Species Guide, specializing in Bear Hunting and Fishing on the Chippewa Flowage as well as most Hayward area lakes. Fish out of a comfortable 18ft Pro Guide with quiet 4 stroke 90hp motor and the latest electronics. I can teach the most experienced fisherman or take a family out for a day of fishing.

John Myhre

If you’re looking for the ultimate outdoor experience here in the Wisconsin northland, give us a call. Wisconsin licensed guide for over 42 years and Wisconsin DNR certified angler education instructor. We offer guided fishing trips for musky, bass, walleye, and panfish on many Hayward area waters.

Along with being a guide for the last 43 years we host a popular outdoor radio show and are active member of the Outdoor Writers Association of America and also the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers. In the past have written many articles for magazines like Musky Hunter magazine, Esox Angler magazine, and Midwest outdoors just to name a few.

Member of the Hayward Guide Service with 43 years experience guiding and fishing the Hayward area lakes and hunting in the area including the Chequamegon Forest and Moose lake area where we live.

Pete Rich

Pete Rich guides for muskies on the Chippewa Flowage and many other lakes in the Hayward area. Pete has been the top producing guide of trophy muskies on the Chippewa Flowage over the past decade. On your trip you can expect Pete to share the keys to trophy musky fishing that have made him so successful.

Those keys are: identifying productive musky locations, presentation techniques, and tips for triggering muskies into striking. In addition he will teach you seasonal movements and locations, also how to quickly identify and exploit current patterns. “It’s keeping an open mind and constantly trying new techniques, that make it possible for me to consistently boat trophy muskies in a variety of conditions.”

Daryl Neibauer

Raised in Mellen, Wisconsin, Daryl has been fishing the lakes and streams of northern Wisconsin for more than 30 years for everything from trout to musky. He moved to the Hayward area in 1989 and has been guiding the Hayward Lakes area full time since 1996.

Jerry Ross

Jerry began guiding in 1963 while still in high school in an era when resorts such as Ross’ Teal Lake Lodge and Scheer’s Ghost Lake Lodge were very busy and frequented by business executives who would entertain their major clients with several days of fishing. Inducted into the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame in 2018.

Eirk Thuy

Erik is a professional guide in Hayward, Wisconsin, the musky capital of the world he has started his guiding and photography business Catch and Capture.

Tom Leahy

Experienced, licensed & fully-insured fishing & hunting guide in the Hayward Lakes region of Northwest Wisconsin. I grew up in Hayward and have fished and hunted the surrounding lakes and wilderness ever since I was small boy. I am also a proud Member of the Hayward Guide Service.

I guide Hayward Area Lakes including the Chippewa Flowage, Round Lake, Nelson Lake, Grindstone Lake, Lac Courte Orielles, Lost Land Lake, Spider Lake Chain, Teal Lake and some small low-pressure lakes and rivers.

I am a multi-species fishing guide, specializing in Walleye & Musky. I also fish for Pike, Crappie, Panfish & both largemouth and smallmouth Bass.

Chuck Roehl

Chuck started fishing the Hayward area lakes when he was eight years old so he knows where to find the fish. As an experienced guide, Chuck will show you the simplest way to catch the specie of fish you are after. Chuck will give 100% to make your trip relaxing and productive. Chuck guides Hayward area lakes including the Chippewa Flowage, Lac Courte Orielles, Grindstone, Lost Land Lake, Round Lake, Sissabagama, Spider Lake Chain, Teal Lake, Tiger Cat Chain, Whitefish Lake, and every lake in-between.

Bill Kutka

Bill started fishing early on as a kid growing up in Chicago. His passion for the outdoors and fishing has grown ever since, with over 50 years of fishing and boating experience. He is an accomplished Professional Walleye Tournament Angler for nearly four decades. Bill has qualified for championships and was named Sportsman of the Year in the In-Fisherman Professional Walleye Trail. In 2022 the tournaments that he will compete in are the National Walleye Tour as a Pro and the Master’s Walleye Circuit. Bill is a lifelong member of the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum located in Hayward, Wisconsin. He is also a Pro Member of the National Professional Anglers Association and The Walleye Federation. Bill is CPR Certified, fully insured and is a licensed U.S. Coast Guard Master Captain