Chequamegon Bay, Ashland County
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3/29/14 @ 7:30 PM
3/29/14 @ 4:13 PM
31° - 35° F
Fished the Onion today with no luck at all didn't even graph a fish and by the way it looked for the others it seemed the same way for them,I just know the last month and a half the fish seem to have disappeared
3/27/14 @ 6:06 AM
I'm just curious if there is still good perch fishing in the spring in the bay. I have been talking about doing it for years, and still haven't made it up. I'm not looking for any spots, just if it's worth the trip, and also any recommendations on a guide that might get me on some perch. Thanks!
3/26/14 @ 10:22 PM
3/23/14 @ 8:37 AM
11° - 15° F
Went out of Bayfield yesterday and by all reports fishing was slow. Wind was plentiful, fish on ice not so much. Had a good amount of sniffers with lockjaw. Only managed 1 Splake from 8-5. What difference a day makes. Snowmobile travel only out to islands. Some guys found bad slush out to Hermit and buried there sleds. Be careful and don't go alone!
3/22/14 @ 5:50 PM
was fishing off of friendship valley today with no luck. I did however seen what looked like a bear walk from madeline island to shore kinda by the onion. Then I seen someone on a snowmobile messin with it. Not cool. Did anyone else see it? I tried to snap a picture but was way too far away.
3/20/14 @ 8:24 PM
Hi All, first off I apologize for the lack of reports throughout the winter. Once we got going, business went crazy this winter!! That's a great thing, but the downside of things was lack of reports. The good news is that from here on forward I will have more time to put into the business after the guide trips. After working average of 120 hours per week between jobs since Dec. I had to make the call to go full time in our growing guide business to do things right.... So, today we went out of Red Cliff scouting and checking out the snow/slush conditions after the storm..... We went over to Oak, Manitou, Ironwood, and then over to the north side of Stockton. Conditions were great for snowmobiles, we had very little slush. The snow got a little sticky but not bad in the afternoon. There were some Atv tracks out of Red Cliff close but it didn't look like the going was the best I wouldn't advise them. The sun was out and the fishing was great. I personally had 7 and lost 4 today (I know I wasn't happy on the 4....) biggest @17 pounds and some other nice fish to go with it. We were from 190-210 feet using cut bait and beetles. The best areas had some current. I moved around quite a bit since it was so nice. Looking forward to another great weekend and next week yet on the big water. We still have a few openings left for this extended bobbing season then we will be hitting the bay for late ice salmon and walleyes. Be sure to give us a call if this is something you've had on your list... This is a year for the books you never know when you'll get on this much ice again, I still have my extension on the ION!! Be sure to check us out on Facebook (Beyond The Catch Guide Service) and on the Web www.beyondthecatch.com
3/20/14 @ 3:47 PM
3/19/14 @ 8:01 PM
Fished the area by washburn a week ago with only some small perch caught, had close to 30" of ice. Thinking about trying around bayfield to get into some deeper water. Is it ok to park off the ice road to unload sleds for getting out fishing? Any advice appreciated, gonna try targeting trout.
3/16/14 @ 10:39 AM
Was out saturday morn. Pretty slow. A dozen perch and one dink eye. Travel was much better and easier than expected. Out from S curve was pretty smooth and not very much snow. No slush. Even the snow and old slush is all rock solid. There are spots where the ice is so smooth and slick u could ice skate on it. Is spring trolling almost here yet?