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Curriers Lakeview Lodge

Get hooked on Rice Lake area fishing!!!

 

Whats a better way to welcome summer than a relaxing get away at Curriers Lakeview Lodge!

If you love fishing, don’t miss out on this great deal!-

In May receive a free crawler or waxie with any room reservation, Provided by our local liquor store, Stump Lake Liquor.

This year we have the opportunity to contract with Dan Petrus as our local fishing guide!

He will educate you and your family on where the fish are biting, which spots are producing a variety of fish,

and what the most effective technique is as the seasons change in Northwest Wisconsin.

You can directly book with Dan (715) 415-3789, or you can book by calling Curriers Lakeview Lodge.

Rice Lake Wisconsin area is a multi-species fishing destination! Catch premier muskie, outstanding bass, walleye, northern pike, and exceptional crappie and bluegill.

Here’s a few tips to make sure you reel in the fish you are looking for!:

Muskies: Many trophy fish are caught and released on Rice Lake every fishing season; many local anglers will be found throwing baits around the edges of vegetation and around the islands. Today, many people fishing muskies prefer a stiffer rod of 6.5 to 7 feet or longer.

Bluegill: Rice Lake has a great population of bluegill. In the warm waters of the summer months, fisherman have the best luck catching bluegill in waters that are 6 to 15 feet deep. There are many weed beds around the lake that hold these fish all summer long. Worms are most commonly used for bait.

Large mouth Bass: The best time to catch Large-mouth Bass is from early May to late-June and then early September to mid-October. Spinner baits, top water, live bait, plugs, and streamers will attract a Large mouth bass.

Northern Pike: Late spring, summer, and fall are the best times of the year to catch Northern Pike. Daredevils, spinner baits, and streamer flies work well to hook a Northern pike. Use a large shiner or a large sucker minnow in 5-15 feet of water.

Crappie: On the same note as the bluegill, the crappie are plentiful on Rice Lake. Tip a small jig with a wax worm or crappie minnow and you will find crappies suspended 2-6 feet off of the bottom.

Walleye: Walleye can be found in shallow water during the night

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