This report is for Feb. 12th - Feb. 14th. We went here and rented a cabin through Hunter-Winfeld Resort. We got a cabin in 32 FOW. we jigged for perch and tullibee and walleye. We set rigs for burbot (AKA eelpout) and used a marcum and fish camera. The first night was slow with a few takes and one small 16in walleye on a rattle reel. The next morning we got another rattle reel with a 26.5 in walleye. The rest of the time we marked fish and saw a walleye, a burbot and a few perch on the camera. nothing would bite so we set up a pop-up shack by the rock island on Tuesday in 10 FOW. marked a bunch of small perch, but caught nothing the rest of the time. We also put out tip-ups every day all day until midnight, but never got a flag.
All-in-all, was not a very great trip. The resort upgraded us from a 20 to a 24 footer. Reason unknown. Was a nice cabin, just had to go to the bathroom in a trash bag in a can. Cold and between the 4 of us, one of us caught 2 fish.
I believe this is a great lake as I have ice fished here before. Just a slow few days and an improper location in the gravel areas. Golden shiners are the most expensive and caught nothing.The walleye were on mud minnows purchased from a bait shop 30 miles away. kept the minnows alive in a rubber-maid container. Very thick ice. 8 in power stroke gas auger Eskimo 2016 got bottomed out and got stuck twice.