Hayward Wisconsin fishing guide Chuck Roehl is one of the top guides in the Hayward area. He will guide you on area lakes such as Round Lake, Chippewa Flowage, Spider Lake, and Sissabagama. While specializing in Musky and Walleye, Chuck will guide you for all species of fish including  northern pike, bass, crappie, and panfish
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Hayward Wisconsin Fishing Guides do make a difference.


My name is Chuck Roehl and I have lived in Hayward Wisconsin all my life and have fished the Hayward Area Lakes since I was old enough to hold a fishing pole. I guide Hayward area lakes including the Chippewa Flowage, Lac Courte Orielles, Long Lake, Lost Land Lake, Minong Flowage, Round Lake, Sissabagama, Spider Lake Chain, Teal Lake, Tiger Cat Chain, Whitefish Lake, and every lake in-between. You will learn simple and effective techniques that really work while exploring new and majestic lakes. We will be floating in a 21 foot Lund Proguide powered by a 150 horse Mercury tiller. 2 Lowrance fish locaters and Minnkota trolling motors are used to locate the big ones. We will be fully equipped for all species of fish in the Hayward Area Lakes while specializing in Musky and Walleye.


Rods, reels, tackle and bait (bring your own equipment if you prefer)


Rain gear, warm clothing, insect repellent, sunscreen, a cap to protect you from the sun and polarized sun glasses
Wisconsin Fishing License
Meals-unless you prefer to stop at one of the many resorts on the lake
Good sense of humor (we're out to have fun!)


First time fishing? No problem. I am experienced in training youngsters and beginners. Some of my best fishing partners are my children and my nephews.


Feel free to call anytime after 6:00 PM for current fishing and weather conditions.

Some fish are seasonal so your fishing trip could be planned for the type of fish you are after such as:

Panfish and Crappie
Northern and Bass 
Nice Smallmouth Bass

May through August
May through October
April through July (Great early season)
Good all season long
Excellent action in early to mid June

Note! Conditions may vary so these times are not set in stone.