Donald has all the equipment necessary for a successful day on the water targeting Pickwick Lake’s trophy fish.
He fishes from a spacious G3 Bay 22 and will provide video footage to capture the memories of your trip
Which Species Do You Want To Catch?
Known as the toughest fighting freshwater species the smallmouth bass is known for its beautiful dark vertical stripes. These fish can be found in many streams and lakes as it adapts easier to almost any freshwater conditions. They can be found in swift or slow moving water around rocks, and structure.
Largemouth bass are probably the nations number one most sought after species for their numbers and sizes alone. Largemouth can be found in nearly every river and lake across the nation. Their sizes can weigh range on averages 3-10 pounds in most areas. Although some Largemouth have been known to get as big as 20+ lbs.
Striped bass are found across many lakes in America and can grow to sizes of 50+ pounds. They are an anadromous fish which means naturally they live most of their lives in saltwater and travel inland to freshwater for breeding purposes. Over the past century Striped bass have become landlocked in many of the lakes across the nation due to dams. This is one of the main reasons the striped bass has became one of Pickwick Lake’s Trophy Fish.
A very abundant open water fish. White bass around found across most of the midwest. These fish are smaller in size than their other Bass families, but typically these fish can be caught in higher numbers than most of their relatives.
These big bottom dwellers can be some of the most fun to catch due to their tendency to be much bigger in size than most lake and river fish. Catfish can range in size all the way up to 100+ pounds in some rivers and lakes.