Ice thickness continues to improve on all area lakes. Average thickness seems to be 3-4 inches. We did not get a lot of snow, so the bitter cold will put more ice on the lakes quickly. By this weekend all lakes should be safe. Use normal winter caution.
Walleye and some perch are being taken on Lake Reno. Walleyes also being caught on Lake Emily. Nothing to report on Minnewaska yet.
Lake Minnewaska froze over last night. No one out yet, not safe. Lake Emily is froze and fishermen are on the west end. 2-3 inches of ice on Emily. Smaller, shallow lakes are froze. NE bay of Lake Reno is froze and walleyes are being caught at dark and after.
Finally, we have some ice to talk about. Some of the smaller,shallow lakes are covered. Also lake Emily and Minnewaska will be covered by end of this weekend. I will post daily ice depth and conditions as I get them.
Our winter ice fishing contest has started. Check KMRS-KKOK.Com website for rules and prize info.
Early ice is always the best fishing, but remember to use extreme caution. Call ahead for local ice conditions and keep checking our website.
Also check KMRS-KKOK website for hot coupons on fish houses and winter electronics.
No reports on fishing area lakes. Very little activity as people are waiting for ice. The weather reports look like ice may be possible by the end of next week. Lots of new ice tackle, come see what is new.
Nothing new to report this week. Check last week's report. We have gotten a lot of our winter tackle this past week. Lots of new stuff, so come on in and check it out.
Friday the 13th brings no reports of fish from any area lakes. Still a few guys trying during the day on Waska. No reports from other area lakes. I think people are just waiting for the ice season to start. We are still getting new winter tackle, so stop in and take a look.
November is here, along with nice fall weather. Trouble is most people have put their boats away. Very few fishermen on Waska and all other area lakes. Some walleyes being caught during the day, but so few fishing there is no accurate report.
We continue to receive new winter tackle, so come on in and browse. Also check out our hot coupons on kmrs-kkok .com website.
Possibly have a better report next week if weather stays nice.
So far it has been a cold, wet fall and this past week was more of the same. Not a lot of guys fishing anymore. The reports have been few. Walleyes continue to bite on Minnewaska using jigs and minnows in 22-24 feet of water. I have no reports from area lakes this week.
The seasons are changing and we have some winter tackle coming next week. Check kmrs-kkok.com for some super hot coupons we have now.
Do not forget daylight savings time ends this weekend. Set your clocks back one hour on sunday night.
Walleye fishermen are still catching fish on Minnewaska and area lakes. Daytime seems to be the best on Minnewaska. Use jigs and minnows in 22-24 feet of water. Shallow fishing in evenings with rapalas has not been as good as daytime fishing. Other area lakes to fish would be Reno, Mary, Andrew, Long,and Emily. Our fall weather has been nasty, not too many nice days. Check ahead for weather report and dress warm.
Fishing report remains the same as last week. A real strong walleye bite on most area lakes. This will continue on through fall freeze-up and after.We need some nicer fall weather to enjoy the best walleye bite of the year.