More cold and more wind. Actually more of the same. Very few people fishing this past week due to the weather. Game fish season is over. Some crappies biting at dark and after on the Glenwood side. Sunfish have been hard to locate, but they are nice size if you can find them. No area lake reports this past week.
Much the same as last week for fish activity. Much harder to get around on all area lakes including Waska. There will be some roads on Waska by the weekend but I would suggest 4-wheelers if you want to go somewhere on your own. Last weekend for game fish season so get out and enjoy!
Glimmer of hope for walleye anglers! Reports of eyes being caught in 14-18 feet of water using fatheads or shiners. This is typical for end of season walleye patterns. Sunnies on the Glenwood side using silver wigglers and small jigs. You will have to locate the sunfish, but once you do these fish are nice size. Crappies on Glenwood end towards evening and after dark. Very nice size crappies. Drifting snow has been a problem on area lakes, but so far Waska has been easy to get around on.
Same old, same old. Winter weather has slowed fishing. Walleyes on area lakes are non-existent. Crappie and sunfish has been good on Glenwood side of Waska. Other area lakes for panfish are Maple and Little Mary.
Very much the same as last week, if not slower. Bitter cold and snow has kept most anglers at home. Walleyes are slow, but panfish have been consistent.
Walleye activity on all area lakes has slowed down. You will have to work for them as there is no pattern , time of day, or depth to find these fish. It is normal for a slow down as it is the end of Jan. Crappies have been active on Glenwood side of Waska. Other area lakes to find panfish include Reno, Maple, and Mary.
Fishing remains consistent. Walleyes still active on Waska and Reno. Panfish is good on Waska, Maple, and Little Mary. Also some walleyes being caught on south end of Mary. Lots of northerns being caught on most area lakes. Spear fishing inconsistent due to murky water in most area lakes.
Cold weather is behind us for now and a mild weekend is coming! Fish report is same as last week. All area lakes are safe and just use normal winter caution.
Happy New Year! The good news is walleye activity on Waska improved this past week. Same methods as before and same depth- 15 to 18 feet. The thing is the commotion has died down. Sunfish and crappies are still active on the Glenwood side of Waska. Noise does not seem to spook these fish. Walleye and perch are being caught on the northwest side of lake Reno. Panfish activity has been awsome on Maple lake.
Sorry about the missed reports. Walleye on Waska had been good until last week. Right now there is too much commotion on the lake. Get away from all the activity and you should still get some walleyes. The same has happened on all area lakes. Lots of people home for holidays. Sunnies can be had on Glenwood side of Waska. Join the crowds as these panfish are not spooked by all the noise. Happy New Year!