Fishing the Hayward Area
Whatever kind of fish you’re looking for, Crappies, Smallies, Perch, Bluegills, Walleye, or maybe the next World record Musky in one of the many Hayward area lakes, ponds and rivers, or maybe some of the naturally reproducing brown and brook trout from the Namekagon river, you’ll find it all in the Hayward Area.
There’s a defining moment inherent to northern Wisconsin fishing that you’ll remember forever. It’s that moment of clarity after you cast your line, the moment you begin your day of fishing. You’re focused, and relaxed, all at the same time. It’s that moment, when the only thing you’re thinking about, and the only thing that seems to matter, is fishing.
Fall fishing in northern Wisconsin can be as bountiful as the land is beautiful. It’s the season when the Crappies school-up, and the Walleye and Musky Feed up. Fall is a great time to fish in Northern Wisconsin! Throw them an appetizer and get ready to set the hook.
Whatever type of fishing compels you to cast a line, whether it’s casting heavy baits for Musky, or dropping a worm over the side of the boat, or ice fishing on a quite lake, you’ll find it. Get off the beaten path and cozy up in a quintessentially fishing lodge or fishing cabin.
The experience of it all that you’ll remember most. So use our interactive map or the resources below to help you plan your trip.
Come to the Hayward Area and Cast a Line !
Hayward Hunting & Fishing Guides
To make your trip complete you may want to hire a hunting or fishing guide?