Game fish season closes 2/28 and game licenses need to be bought. Fish houses have to be off the lakes unless in use. Northerns and bass are active in all area lakes. Walleye fishing is slow. Panfish are slow but will pick up in March.
Same as last week report. Warmer weather coming and improved angling! New licenses can now be purchased.
Bitter cold has arrived and with it less fishing reports. Lake Emily has slowed up. Few reports on other area lakes. We still have a few portable fish houses, some electronics and augers left. Hot deals on all these items. We will also have shiners and suckers until the end of the season!
Fishing remains good on all area lakes. Lake Emily is the best with walleyes, northerns, and crappies being caught.Ice is good on all area lakes. Bitter cold coming so stay warm!
Ice is basically safe on all area lakes. Fishing for the whole month of January has been very good. Walleye, northern, crappie, and sunfish have all been good. Pick a lake and call ahead for more specific info.
Fishing is same as last reports. DNR access and Lakeside access remain closed. Ice is 16 inches thick. Traffic on all area lakes seems safe.
Shoreline has firmed up nicely and with co;d temps accesses should be safe. DNR access and Lakeside access remain closed.
All accesses should be considered poor. DNR access is closed as two pickups went down. I saw a car go through the ice on Lakeside access. I would suggest atv and small houses would be fine.
Fishing is the same as last week. It is all good. Ice thickness is still 14-16 inches. We are in the middle of a blizzard warning. I will update ice conditions at later date.
Lots of activity and fish being caught. Ice on most area lakes is 14-16 inches.Crappies on Maple, Reno, Mountain, and Waska. Notherns on Emily, Mountain, Waska, Mary, and Freeborn. Walleyes on Reno, Emily, and Waska. Stay in 16-18 feet of water on Waska. Most walleyes are being caught after dark on Waska. Panfish on Mill, Oscar, Freeborn, Miltona to name a few lakes. Good all over!