Early Season Fishing Information

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Early Season Walleye Fishing Information

Early Spring Fishing Season

Our early season Walleye/Sauger trips are generally offered from February all the way into April. These trips take place near the Red Wing dam, where the water is open year round. We will meet you at a designated boat launch and take you out on the water for the day. Start time can be determined between you and your guide the day before your trip.

Guided Early Spring Fishing Rates

Day Duration Guided Fishing Adventure
Any day 7 Hours $495 (1-2 anglers)
$50 per additional angler up to a max of 4 anglers
Kids under 14 are free (max of 4 anglers applies)

    Start Times

    Private Guided Fishing Adventures: 7 hours, start time flexible – to be arranged with customer.

    Early season Walleye/Sauger trips will take place near Red Wing, Minesota.

    Terms and Conditions

    • Booking customer must be at least 18 years of age.
    • All participants must have signed the Pool 4 Waiver and Release of Liability prior to participating. Instructions will be emailed to booking customer after the booking customer e-signs the Rental Agreement. Please forward on to all participants ahead of rental. It saves a lot of time if waivers are completed before arriving at the event. Waivers must be completed for all minors by guardians.
    • All adults fishing the Mississippi River must be in possession of a Minnesota or a Wisconsin Fishing license and abide by regulations of the state in which they are licensed.
    • All equipment is expected to be returned in same condition as it was provided to you. In the event of damage or loss, customer is responsible for cost to repair or replace. Charges will be applied to the credit card used in booking unless otherwise directed by customer.


    What should I bring to a Private Guided Fishing Adventure?

    The most important things to bring is a Minnesota or Wisconsin fishing license. You should also bring some food and drinks. We will provide everything else you need.  You can bring some of your own fishing gear if you prefer to use it, but it is not necessary.