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Sheboygan Falls, WI
2003
Freshwater, Ice (Great Lakes and inland)
Salmon, Steelhead, Musky, Walleye
Ice fishing

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PROFILE:

As one of the three owners of Wolf Pack Adventures out of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, fishing has always been a significant part of Pat's life. By age two, he was spending quite a bit of time on the water, so it seemed a natural progression that by age 12, he started first-mating on charter boats.
As fate would have it, Pat's fortunate that The Wolf Pack has given him the opportunity to share his passion with others. With a Lake Michigan charter fleet of three boats, they salmon fish from 10-15 hours a day between May and October. Fall and spring offer excellent opportunities for tournament fishing for musky and walleye, which Pat has been quite successful at. By winter, it's time to bring out the tip-ups to provide some serious ice fishing for their clientele.
Catching fish is a natural high, but Pat's true calling is teaching others the art of various forms of fishing. Whether it be through TV, radio shows, educational seminars, or sharing the day's adventure with clients, Pat considers it a privilege to have that interaction and perhaps make their next fishing excursion that much more successful. He considers each and every day successful if he can produce fish for his clients, whether it be the first ever caught or the largest they've seen, seeing the pride shining in a dad's eyes when they're "out fished" by their child. Whatever the circumstances, it's indeed a special gift to share the smiles and camaraderie. That's why Pat makes his living by fishing and loves every minute of it.
As one of the three owners of Wolf Pack Adventures out of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, fishing has always been a significant part of Pat's life. By age two, he was spending quite a bit of time on the water, so it seemed a natural progression that by age 12, he started first-mating on charter boats. As fate would have it, Pat's fortunate that The Wolf Pack has given him the opportunity to share his passion with others. With a Lake Michigan charter fleet of three boats, they salmon fish from 10-15 hours a day between May and October. Fall and spring offer excellent opportunities for tournament fishing for musky and walleye, which Pat has been quite successful at. By winter, it's time to bring out the tip-ups to provide some serious ice fishing for their clientele. Catching fish is a natural high, but Pat's true calling is teaching others the art of various forms of fishing. Whether it be through TV, radio shows, educational seminars, or sharing the day's adventure with clients, Pat considers it a privilege to have that interaction and perhaps make their next fishing excursion that much more successful. He considers each and every day successful if he can produce fish for his clients, whether it be the first ever caught or the largest they've seen, seeing the pride shining in a dad's eyes when they're "out fished" by their child. Whatever the circumstances, it's indeed a special gift to share the smiles and camaraderie. That's why Pat makes his living by fishing and loves every minute of it.

MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS:

Numerous television appearances, including; FSN ESPN Northward Bound Backroads with Ron Schara Midwest Outdoors Outdoor Insight TV Big Wild (MN)