Fishing and Ice Fishing
Price County may offer the best multi-species freshwater fishing in the country. Roaming our waters are walleye, musky, northern pike, large and small mouth bass, trout and panfish. In September, you’ll even have the unique opportunity to fish for sturgeon.
Fishing and hunting licenses are available locally and online,
Contact the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Call Center 7 day a week at 888-936-7463 for assistance.
There are a variety of freshwater fishing techniques, in addition to gear, baits and lures, depending on the type of fish you’re after. Our guides and sport shops are eager to assist you in landing your trophy fish.
View information on the
Phillips Chain of Lakes draw down
on the Reports page at http://www.pricecountywi.net/843/Reports---Trail-and-Recreation.
See the fishing guides in Price County.
While the vast majority of Wisconsin lakes and streams have self-sustaining fish populations, stocking remains an important management tool for some waters.
Believe it or not, winter fishing makes up nearly 1/4 the annual catch in Wisconsin.
Children under age 16 do not need a fishing license in Wisconsin.
Learn about the upcoming fishing tournaments.
Wisconsin is home to more than 160 different fish species.
Get up-to-date fishing season information if you are planning your trip around opening day or a certain species.
DNR and fishing guide reports.