What You'll Get
Give a man a fish, and he'll be fed; tell a man to get his own, and he'll loot mounted bass from a taxidermy shop. Lure legal alternatives with today's Groupon: for $175, you get a six-hour walleye fishing trip for up to four people (a $350 value) from Why Knot Guide Service in Luxemburg.
The Why Knot Guide Service takes adroit mariners to the Bay of Green Bay for a walleye catch as easy as tickling them in a barrel. During the spring, summer, and fall, droves of walleye flock to the bay for feasting and dating games, making it virtually assured that something will bite the bait. Trips depart from the Bay Shore Park for either Green Bay or Sturgeon Bay in Door County. The new 25-foot Tiara Pursuit, one of the bay's largest walleye boats, comes equipped with a captain boasting more than a decade of guiding experience, as well as an onboard bathroom and a roof overhead for adverse weather or hiding from predatory pelicans.
The limit for walleye in April is one over 28 inches, and the limit for walleye after May 2 is five over 15 inches. Bring along a valid fishing license (though none is required June 4 and 5) and snacks, as well as UV defense and a camera to document the walleye and the treasure chests fishermen pull from the bay.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required; subject to availability and weather. Fishing license required; no license required on 6/4 or 6/5. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Why Knot Guide Service
Captain Zach Burgess and his experienced crew members are determined to get you out on Lake Michigan and the Bay of Green Bay, come rain, snow, or zombie apocalypse. For walleye fishing in the warmer months, they have an equipped 2014 warrior 203, whose deep sides provide stability. Come winter, they roll out 8'x10' ice shacks that can hold up to five people seeking perch and whitefish near the warmth of a wood stove.