Tommy Zinda

Professional guide for 30 years. Fishing over one hundred Vilas and Onieda County lakes. Guide for all species—specializing in Walleye

Formed Guide Association in 1972 to present with up to 17 full-time guides booking over 1000 guide trips annually.

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Manufacturer of “Tadpole Tommy's Jigs” marketed nationwide from 1971 to 1990.

Fishing seminars throughout seven states and locally sport shows, fishing clubs, community events, special promotions, etc.

Attend major sport shows and work booths -- up to thirteen per year in seven states.

Member -- Ultra Pro Staff Mirro-Craft Boats, 1982-present.

Pro Staff Mercury Motors, 1982-1990. Yamaha presently.

Fishing Hot Spots advisor.

Past Fishing Hot Spots fishing school instructor.

Past Board of Directors, Arbor Vitae-Woodruff Chamber of Commerce, 1983-1986.

Largest Musky in 1974 in Wisconsin: Caught October 23, 1974. 49 in. 42 lbs.

Authored numerous fishing articles published since 1972, newspapers, national magazines, fishing club newsletters, etc.

Sportsman's Connection lake maps, advisor and author.

Daily radio shows sponsored by local business to national advertisers:

You can also find or hear my
Fishing Reports on:
Northwoods Website:
WMQA 95.9 FM, WRLO 105.3 FM, WRHN 100 FM
WOBT 1240 AM, and WJJQ 92.5 FM / 810 AM

Jeff Bolander
Dewey, Catchem' & How

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