My Bear Hunt takes place on mostly private land over baited stands in Zone A only (No more zone D!).
I allow a limited number of hunters to assure a quality hunt. Bear baiting requires a lot of work over a 3-month period. I place all my baits out in June. By doing this I not only get a jump on the baiting, but I attract the boars that are out looking for sows since June is their mating period. This allows for multiple bears at each site. By putting my baits out earlier than most guides, I can get the bear in a good routine and assure a hot bait for my clients.
I work hard to provide a successful quality Wisconsin bear hunt. I am an avid hunter myself, so I realize how important getting a permit is and work hard to make the most out of each hunt for my clients. I also have spare baits for unforeseen circumstances.
I have some of the best black bear habitat in Northwest Wisconsin mostly all on private land settings in A zones. Gun or bow, my bear hunting rates include; baiting, stand placement, tracking, and getting your bear out of the woods and into a cooler.
Hayward Wisconsin Guide Jim Leahy is an experienced licensed fishing guide & bear hunting guide with 30 plus years guiding experience in the Hayward Lakes region of Northern Wisconsin. Jim has been a member of the Hayward Guide Service since 1977.
Multi Species Guide, specializing in Bear Hunting and Fishing on the Chippewa Flowage as well as most Hayward area lakes.
Fish out of a comfortable 18ft Pro Guide with quiet 4 stroke 90hp motor and the latest electronics. I can teach the most experienced fisherman or take a family out for a day of fishing.
Lakes: Most Hayward Area Lakes including the Chippewa Flowage, Round Lake, Lost Land Lake, Teal Lake, Sand Lake, LCO and Nelson Lake.
Specializing in Walleye: I fish several lakes in the Hayward Area. I have had great success on Dark Water Lakes as well as Clear Lakes.
Fishing techniques depend on lake & time of year. Specializing on the Chippewa Flowage, Nelson Lake and Big Round. I catch walleye when others are not. My spots are your spots!
The Hayward Area Lakes are benefiting from extensive stocking and providing good numbers and trophy fish. It’s not uncommon to finish a day with a nice limit of walleye ready for the frying pan.
Musky Guide: Hayward is blessed with several great musky lakes. We can fish a numbers lakes or a trophy lake from top water night action or fall live bait.
Crappie Guiding: Nelson Lake & The Chippewa Flowage. Year round action from shallow water spring fishing to crib & migration spots in the fall. I also do well on big bluegills on these lakes.
Small Mouth Bass Guide: Chippewa Flowage, Round Lake and some other smaller lakes. These are numbers lakes and trophy lakes. Hayward Area Lakes have some great trophy smallmouth fishing.
Northern & Large Mouth Bass Guide: Several small lakes with numbers & trophy potential.
Hayward Ice Fishing Guide: Hayward Area Lakes, Walleye, Pan fish and Northerns. Tip up Walleye and Northern Fishing – Please Call for Rates!