The bite is ON now! We have been waiting patiently for the walleye bite to turn on and it finally has – it’s consistent and getting really fun! Guides are boating between 20-50 fish in a 4-8 hour trip, the launches the last few nights have been in the +30 as high as 50 fish
Hi all and Happy New Year! Fishing has been fairly decent so far this season – most of our houses are setup on deeper water but customers moving around report that they are catching in shallower water like 10′-13′. Seems walleye are favoring shiners but fatheads and larva work as well. We recommend the Lindy
We have between 7″-8″ of ice on Isle Bay. Some have reported more, but it’s only consistent with the 7-8″. There is an ice fishing tournament in Isle Bay this weekend, fishermen are catching some, but a lot of small ones in the mix. We are hoping to start bringing some houses out later this
Well folks, not much to say other than the bite has been phenomenal this month. We slowed down a bit a week or so ago, but the bite has remained consistent. With few exceptions, the guides and launch boats have been faring well. Lots of big fish this year though, keepers are hard to come
The last few days have been cloudy and the perch bite has tapered off some. When the sun comes out, the fish are still active and the bite is good. Fish deep mud, transitional areas. The walleye bite, with the cloud cover, has been better. Fish the flats and deep gravel. There have been a
Overall, the bite has been pretty solid. The lake has “opened up” as far as where you can go. We have safe ice (finally), but you do need to pay attention and watch for cracks. We did have to bridge a crack this weekend. There are roads now to the gravel and the mud –
Last few days bite has been good – it warmed up some, mainly perch and some walleye. If you can move around and cover ground there are a lot of big schools of perch out there – any transition areas, any deep mud breaks, along shorelines where it goes to the basin along the edges.