Backwoods Guided Fishing Trips in Northern WI
Guided Walleye, Small Mouth & Musky Fishing on the Bad River
Draining over 1,000 square miles from its headwaters in the Chequamegon National Forest to the unique wetland estuary where it empties into Lake Superior, the Bad River is truly one of Northern Wisconsin’s most pristine natural resources.
The access provided by the Superior Guides and Outfitters river camp allows anglers a chance to hunt trophy smallmouth and muskies in a setting more reminiscent of southern Alaska than northern Wisconsin.
Bad River muskies have NOT been subject to the influence of hatchery genetics, and are as wild a specimen as an angler could ever hope to encounter. The absence of human influence allows these fish to exist naturally and the abundance of food can grow them to tremendous size.
Superior Guides and Outfitters take this exclusive access very seriously and great care is taken when pursuing and subduing the river’s residents so that they can be released unharmed to fight again another day.
Day trips to the river are available, but spending multiple nights in the river camp takes the experience to another level. Waking up to a pot of camp coffee and breakfast along the banks of the Bad River with nothing more pressing to do than hunt for its wild predator fish is the ultimate way to unplug from the never-ending pace of today’s society.
Watershed facts and figures cited from www.badriverwatershed.org