N1704 Elm, Lake Geneva, WI 53147                                                                                                                                                  (262) 248-3905  (414) 791-0733

The Fish of Lake Geneva

 

Lake Geneva is one of the most beautiful lakes in Wisconsin. It is the second deepest lake in the State at 142 feet. Beautiful mansions line its 20.6 miles of shoreline. Its crystal clear water is fed by many fresh water springs. Lake Geneva is a well balanced fishery including Walleye, Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Brown and Rainbow Trout, White Bass, Perch, Crappie, Bluegill and Cisco.

Cisco are largely responsible for the excellent growth rates of Walleye, Trout and Northern Pike. Lake Geneva has produced many trophy Walleye over 10 pounds, Northern Pike, up to 30 pounds and Trout exceeding 15 pounds. The Smallmouth Bass population is outstanding, making Lake Geneva the premier Southern Wisconsin Smallmouth lake. Largemouth Bass have been steadily increasing in numbers with an average size of 2 to 3 pounds and 5 pounds plus Bass are not uncommon.

Every season yields outstanding fishing for everyone to enjoy. The Lake Geneva Fishing Guide Service can accommodate groups up to 60 people. Advance booking for large groups recommended and a deposit is required.

As an added bonus, while fishing Geneva Lake, one can enjoy the serenity and beauty of the many mansions lining the shores. The Lake Geneva Fishing Guide Service can enlighten and delight you with the history of these mansions.

The Lake Geneva Fishing Guide Service can also provide you with a taxidermist for mounting of trophy size fish. Call Tom Billing today to book your outing and enjoy beautiful Geneva Lake and the many amenities of the community. 

Fishing can be enjoyed by anglers of all ages as pictured here with this 12 year old girl and her

Largemouth Bass.