I don't believe they pull the pier at the fire station cause I've seen that one in during the winter before
MOON PHASE (83%)
Took my 2 year old son out for an hour this morning, piers still in at Sandy and at Fire station. North end pier has been pulled. We tried for panfish hoping to just get one he could help reel in. Ended up with 4 gills, 1 pumpkinseed and 1 crappie. Had one other boat out there besides the guys that were out pulling piers. Used ice jigs tipped with waxies under a slip bobber, wasnt much wind where we fished which helped stay close to weedbed we caught the few fish we landed. Water temp 47 when I first launched.
51° - 55° F
66° - 70° F
On at 715 , off at 130. Green 1-32 jig minnows, white and pink ice fishing jig, wax worms. 28 bluegills , most 8-9 inch. 10 to 13 ft. Outside edge of weeds, 8ft down. Slipbobber had to keep moving float. All still swimming.
MOON PHASE (7%)
81° - 88° F
71° - 75° F
On at 7 am off at 1230pm. Small green jigs with green shrimpos , 10 to 12 fow.. 7 to 8 fd, slipfloat. Started at south end drifted with wind ,up east and west side. 35 bluegills kept 10 8inch. 1 11 inch crappie . 15 inch largemouth had some new teeth marks on side .. Started to get hot!
MOON PHASE (43%)
No prob keeping largemouth, pike, and musky on certain lakes but when the number that have left Rock lake are taken it messes up the whole balance of the lake. Proof is obvious for those of us that have fished lake for over 20 years.
MOON PHASE (65%)
76° - 80° F
76° - 80° F
Went out the other day for 3 hrs targeting gills. Alright action, caught around 25 total with 13 keepers. I was drifting the deeper part of the lake and catching fish 25 ft down.
MOON PHASE (99%)
I am hearing same thing from lots of guys about gills being hard to come by, I have only tried twice, once was last week and was a struggle caught 3 decent ones in 6 hours. Just another example of balance of lake being messed up from all the bass and pike being kept in winter. I would try Monona instead Jester, whenever I have time to make the drive I always limit out on gills over 8 inches with some nice crappie, perch, and walleye mixed in. If you do fish Rock the 3 decent ones I caught were on the Northwest side on waxies.