Anyone know if any backwaters or near the devils elbow is solid yet? Will take a ride out to scout later if no one has any info then post.
I'm going to guide full time from here on out , and do multi species year round. So here is some info. And enjoy my Fb video. I can't wait to have just as much fun on the ice with all of you as We have in the boat.
MOON PHASE (64%)
Drove around the flowage today checking ice conditions!
10th street boat launch- lake is still wide open with some ice around the bay floating around.
Wilderness County park- some ice covered spots along shore,still lots of open water.
Long View point- from the point south lake is still wide open, north of the point is locked up all the way across to the east just south of the lure bar. From there north the lake looks to be all locked up!
Lure bar- north lake is all locked up, south there is some ice along shore down towards Monroe,west is still wide open.
Adams County park- some ice along shore, most of this area is still wide open with some ice floating around out on the main lake.
Next weeks colder temps should lock the rest of the lake up as long as we don't have big winds.
Now booking guide trips for the 2018/2019 ice season!
Good luck be safe, ice season is just a few weeks away!
MOON PHASE (17%)
Yes. It can be real hit or miss. The depth charts on navionics and lake master are close but not super accurate. The ice is sketchy down there early in the year. You'll spend more time searching than catching and when the catching is good, there are way better places to be than there.
MOON PHASE (10%)
We fished Friday and Saturday and both days couldnt have been more different.
In Friday we caught nine legals with the largest being 19." We fished the main lake in the same productive spots as last weekend. Last weekend certain spots held eyes while others held whities.
On Saturday, the weather was a bit more windy and out of the East as it had been on Friday. I hooked into our first legal within the first 20 minutes and caught a couple of whities. We moved to a couple of other spots in the main lake and caught small eyes here and there. We ran into a school of whities and decided to move across the lake on the wind blown side. We hooked into a 19" eye and several other small fish. I lost a big one after setting the hook and it took off over deeper water.