Exactly the same as last week. Walleye are very slow; 2 or3 being caught after fishing all night on Waska. No other walleye reports which is typical for the end of January.
Walleye activity has slowed up in all area lakes. Northerns and crappies are still active on Glenwood side of Waska. Also have reports of panfish being caught on Little Mary and Maple. Few walleyes being caught at night on Waska.
Area lakes are still good for ice fishing success. Look to Little Mary, Reno, Maple, and Waska for crappies and sunnies. Walleyes are still being caught on Waska, Reno, and Miltona. Northerns are active on Glenwood end of Waska. Weather will be warm this weekend so get out and enjoy!
All the same as last week. Still no good reports from area lakes. Ice is good on Waska. Use normal winter caution.
Happy new year! Walleyes still being caught on Waska, but they have slowed up. Late night or away from the crowds are the best. Jigs and fatheads or shiners with plain hook in 14-18 feet of water will do the trick. Crappies are very active on Glenwood side. Use crappie minnows and small jigs. No reports from other area lakes. Ice is 18 inches plus on Waska.
The report for fish is the same as last week. We have had a warm week but the ice is still 14" and safe.
Walleyes are being caught on Waska using rattle jigs and fatheads. Also shiners on plain hook has been good. Best time has been 4-8 oclock in afternoom. No best depth, good reports from all areas of lake. Look for crappies off the wall by fish hatchery. Lake Reno is kicking out walleyes on east side off of highway 29. Crappie activity reports on Maple lake bay off of highway 29. Waska has 14" of good ice. Disregard other reports as they are FALSE!
Minnewaska ice thickness is 13-14".There is a report from another business saying otherwise. This report is false. We have good ice and trucks with large wheel houses are moving all over the lake.
Walleyes are still being taken on the area lakes. Jigs and fatheads on one pole and shiners and plain hook on the other set up. Ice thickness is at 13" so vehicle traffic has started. Warmer temps this weekend will not affect the thickness but may become wet on top of ice. No reports of other fish being caught.
This has been the best 4 week start for walleyes on ice that I can remember!The ice thickness is close to 12 inches. That means vehicle traffic on area lakes this weekend. It also means our best walleye fishing is ending because eyes do not like traffic and are easily spooked.