53″ Long Musky with a 27″ Girth.
Weighing in nearly 50 pounds!
Yet another great year of Fishing!
Lake Michigan was also on fire for Salmon & Trout.
3,801 Total Muskies Caught by Johnny’s Musky Guide Service
Johnny’s Musky Guide Service is a Wisconsin fishing guide specializing in advanced, proven techniques for Musky (Muskie / Muskellunge), Northern Pike, Walleye, Large Mouth Bass, Small Mouth Bass, White Bass, Perch and others in the greater Milwaukee area, specifically Waukesha & Jefferson counties.
While we are called a Musky Guide service, I have been guiding for northern, walleye, bass and other fish for decades. So, in essence, we are a fishing guide service that specializes in Musky.
I also have a Captain’s Licence and have been a Great Lakes charter captain on Lake Michigan for many years.
Reserve a trip by viewing our rates & booking your trip. We have 1/2 day & full day options for inland guided fishing trips and great lakes charter trips.
The different styles, or types of fishing we do include trolling, casting, & bait fishing. Bait fishing usually consists of using live suckers, but there are other secret techniques used that have proven to be very successful.
All techniques can vary greatly depending on time of day, time of year, lighting conditions, weather conditions, the air as well as water temperature, the fish we are after, the lake we are on, the depth of the water, the depth we are fishing, and so much more.
Musky Season runs from the 1st Saturday in May – December 31st. Other fishing is available year-round.
“My name is Captain John Riegel. I am a licensed Wisconsin Fishing Guide for Musky, Northern and Walleye on inland lakes such as Pewaukee Lake, Oconomowoc Lake, Okauchee Lake, Fowler Lake and Lake Koshkonong. I am also a licensed Charter Captain for Salmon and Trout on Lake Michigan.
The biggest question people ask me, aside from fishing tips, is why I’m a Fishing Guide. Well, that’s simple, I love fishing. I love the sport so much, that I even enjoy watching other people catch fish, so here I am.
One of the things I like best about being a guide is that you’ll never know what will happen when your trying to land that catch… Just take a look at this picture and you’ll find that competition from other fisherman can be the least of your worries when a Musky thinks you’re trying to steal its lunch.
I hooked this small northern, as it neared the boat, this musky decided it looked too good to pass up. Muskies can be stubborn creatures – this one refused to let go of his prize. And in case you’re wondering, yes, those teeth are sharp.”
I will confirm your trip as soon as possible.