Smallmouth Trip from Hell

2010 Smallmouth Trip from Hell
Leg One: June 23-26 Leg Two: June 27-30

Wildwood Float Trips and Whitefish Studios, AKA Bob White, are teaming up for this years trip across Minnesota and Wisconsin. I’m really excited to have Bob join me on this adventure. Bob and I have wanted to work together for awhile, and this year we are going to make it happen. This will be my third year in a row doing this trip. I have to say it is one of the highlights of my guiding season.

You may be wondering what the Smallmouth Trip from Hell is. It’s a four day guided trip, fishing four of the finest warm water fisheries in the country. We will tackle a different river each day of the journey. The rivers include the Mississippi, St. Croix, either the Flambeau or the Chippewa, and the Menominee. Each river has its own personality and quirks. This is what makes the trip so much fun.

We will start on either the Mississippi or the Menominee Rivers depending on which leg of the trip you are on. After we are done fishing the first day we load up our gear and boats and travel to the next destination. We will spend the night near the next day’s river. We keep this pace until we reach the last river on the fourth day. The itinerary for leg one of the trip, starting on the Mississippi River, is below. This will give you an idea of the logistics of the tour. If you chose to do leg two of the trip, it starts on the Menominee, so just reverse the order.

Day one: Fish the Upper Mississippi. When we are done, we travel to Grantsburg, WI.
Day two: Fish the National Wild and Scenic St. Croix River. Travel to Winter, WI.
Day three: Fish either the Flambeau or the Chippewa River. Travel to Pembine, WI.
Day four: Fish the Menominee River. If you survive the Smallmouth Trip from Hell, feel free to go and get some rest.

For more information contact either Wildwood Float Trips or Whitefish Studios.
www.wildwoodfloattrips.com or www.whitefishstudio.com
Kip@ 612-72DRIFT or Bob @ 651-433-4168

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