No ice fishing report for area lakes. Time for open water fishing! We need warm weather and warm rain to take remaining ice off the lakes.
Very quite. A few people fishing for crappies on Maple, Reno, and Waska. Waiting for open water fishing.
Very quite! Some crappie activity on Maple, Reno, Waska, and Long. No reports of sunnies. Shoelines are in poor shape. but the ice on area lakes still seems to be 20 inches.
Lake Emily turned on for walleyes and trophy crappies this past week. I weighed a crappie that was 3 lb. Not a lot of these fish being caught but they are big. Lakes Reno, Maple, and Waska are also good for crappies. No reports of sunfish being caught.
Looks like the gamefish season is going to end with a whimper on all area lakes. We will start to see a more consistant panfish bite. Look to last week's report for more info.
Much the same as past reports. Walleyes are slow on all area lakes. Best time would be night and then only a few are being caught. People are starting to fish for panfish. Area lakes like Waska, Reno,Maple, and some smaller lakes have been good.
Still the same as past weeks. Will sometimes get a late season walleye bite on area lakes, but that hasn't happened yet.
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!