Gamefish season is over Sunday at midnight. Give it one last shot. Walleyes have been slow but northerns are hitting all over Waska. Sunfish are being sorted on Glenwood end during the day. Reports of nice crappies being caught late afternoon in front of fish hatchery. Still getting lots of perch on Reno but you will have to sort.
Ice conditions on area lakes remains good, 16-18 inches. Still use lots of caution. Walleyes are slow which is usually the case this time of year. Panfish and northern pike are still going on Waska. Lots of perch on Reno but you have to really sort. Also a few walleyes on Reno. Gamefish season is over 2/26/12 so get out and enjoy.
Much the same as last two reports. Ice is good and fishing remains much the same.
Much the same as last week. Reno has some fast perch action, but you will have to sort them. Walleyes are a bonus on Reno.
Walleyes have started to slow down on Minnewaska due to all the car and truck noise. Ice is thick . Best time now for walleyes is after dark when all the noise dies down. Reno has been hot for walleyes in deeper water late in the afternoon. Panfish good on Glenwood side of Waska. Will have to sort them for size. Spearing and angling for northerns has been good on Waska. Get out and enjoy!
Much the same as last week. Ice thickness is still 10-12 inches. Temps have been way too high for this time of year. Would not recommend car or trucks on any lakes. The fishing has been good on the area lakes.
Ice is close to 12 inches on area lakes. Fishing has been fantastic for all species. Life is good! For more detailed, call 320-239-2239.
Ice on all area lakes is 8-12 inches. Still use extra caution. Fishing has been good. Walleyes on Waska being caught on jigs and minnows in 14-16 feet of water. Best time has been late afternoon. Sunnies and crappies being caught in Bottle Bay in 14-16 feet of water. Small jigs and waxworms work best. Reno, Mary, and Andrew also good for walleyes. Go fishing and have a merry Christmas.
Ice thickness now 7-10 inches on all area lakes. Walleyes are being caught on Emily, Waska, Reno, and other lakes. On Waska, use jigs and minnows. Also working are shiners or rainbows on plain hooks. Sunnies and crappies starting in Bottle Bay on Waska. No reports yet on spearing or angling for northerns.
Area lakes now have 5-8 inches of ice. Still use caution when going out. Now is time to go after walleyes. We will have better report on whats biting after this weekend.