Jeff Evans

Jeff Evans Fishing Guide

Like most of you reading this, I love to fish, plain and simple. Born in Hayward, WI, I’ve been blessed with many opportunities that have led me to a career on the water. As is the case with most kids, I was introduced to fishing by my father, a retired educator and coach who always made sure a trip to Canada or the Boundary Waters was scheduled at the end of every school year. My grandmother Doris was also instrumental in encouraging my passion and interest for all things fishing.
You see, Doris fished, and she loved to eat what she caught. Bluegills were of special interest to Doris, and some of my fondest and earliest memories on the water were spent with her below the Nelson Lake dam. We always cleaned what we caught after an obligatory stop at West’s Dairy for the best ice cream cone ever made.
 
In 2013, the decision was made to begin guiding full time and devote all energy to my career on the water. I became a credentialed U.S. Coast Guard Charter Captain and certified to guide on waters of the Great Lakes that I’ve fished for many years. This includes Chequamegon Bay and the St. Louis River-Superior Harbor in addition to the inland lakes I’ve been guiding on since 1992. The continued support from my family, friends, and faithful customers has made it possible for me to pursue my passion. You’ve all helped me in so many ways. There aren’t enough words to express how I appreciate having you in my corner. The relationships I’ve made on the water are priceless, and I don’t take any of you for granted.



Website: http://jeffevansfishing.com

Phone: 715-292-1424

Email: info@jeffevansfishing.com




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Jeff Evans

Like most places across the country this winter, the weather continues to be all over the place in northern Wisconsin. Alternating weeks of warm and cold temperatures have actually left us with better ice conditions than I thought we’d have at this point. Most of our snow cover is gone, but the inland lakes as [Read more…]

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Northern WI Fishing report

Today officially ends the game fish season on inland lakes in northern Wisconsin. Man that went fast! Even though we had another warm up this weekend, there should still be plenty of ice fishing opportunities for panfish over the next couple of weeks. Chequamegon Bay remains open for all species except smallmouth bass however, and [Read more…]

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What a difference a week makes… Warm weather and rain persisted over the past week, and the promise of snow never materialized. Ice conditions have changed dramatically on Chequamegon Bay, snowmobile trails are shutting down, and the American Birkebeiner ski race had to be cancelled. It’s not all bad though. Josh Teigen and Aron Kastern [Read more…]

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It’s a heat wave! A crazy mid February warm front has settled in, and we’re losing a lot of our snow cover in northern Wisconsin. It looks like more of the same is to be expected over the next several days before cooler temperatures and possible snow arrive late in the week. The Book Across [Read more…]

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Wisconsin Fishing Report

If there’s anything that can be said about our weather this winter, it sure hasn’t been boring. A front pushed through northwest Wisconsin early in the week dropping more snow along the Hwy. 2 corridor, and a cold front behind it brought in sub zero temperatures for a few days. Warm temps are on the [Read more…]

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A new shot of snow helped brighten things up this week in northern Wisconsin which is good news for the snowmobile/skiing crowd, and colder temperatures have continued to build ice on the Hayward area lakes and Chequamegon Bay. Aron and Josh continue to stay on a consistent bite with another productive week in the books. [Read more…]

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Jeff Evans

Along with the Packers football season, it looks like our January thaw has come to an end. “Normal” temperatures have returned to northern Wisconsin, and there’s still plenty of ice left on our lakes to provide lots of opportunities. Our snowmobile trails took quite a hit however, and we could use a good shot of [Read more…]

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