Lake Gogebic report has improved lots! Over last week. Mayflies seem to have let up and fishing overall is much better. Walleye are hitting crawlers and leeches in 18 to 25ft trolling, drifting or slip bobbers along with some perch in those same depths. Perch, walleye and bass are also coming from 8 to 12ft. in the weeds and weed edges. Smallmouth continue to come from any rocky hard bottom areas as well. Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361.
MOON PHASE (3%)
Lake Gogebic report has gone from hot to not! Mayflies continue to hatch daily and anglers are struggling. Reports range from a few perch here a smallmouth there an occasional walleye or northern with no set pattern. A few better reports coming from anglers trolling crawlers on bottom bouncers in deep water. Best of luck! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361.
Lake Gogebic reports perch action is heating up! Anglers working crawlers in 10ft. to 12ft. depths near the weeds and also reports coming from 18ft. to 20ft. Walleye action has been slow with continued mayfly hatches. Some smallmouth activity from anglers working the hard bottom areas. Best of luck! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361.
MOON PHASE (56%)
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Have come here to Ice fish first time on open water. Had a friend lend me a boat that couldn’t get launched alone with all the wind today. Tried to wade out and cast for a while with no success. Either way the lake is stunning. Anyone going out from the state park and has a seat available pm me. Drove 7 hours and want to catch and release some eyes
+Lake Gogebic report is improving this week. Mainly the perch bite has picked up with anglers boating some nice! Fish working weeds and weed edges in 9ft. to 12ft. using crawlers. Smallmouth action has also improved working hard bottom areas and weed edges also. Walleye action has still been on the slow side with the better reports coming from anglers using crawlers and leeches working 12ft. to 18ft. and crawlers over the mud. Best of Luck! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361.
Lake Gogebic report is slow this week . Overall more of a storm report. Heavy rain and storms have caused flooding in many areas with lake levels rising quickly causing lots of floating debris, so be careful. The high turbid water has not helped the fishing. A few nice walleye coming from anglers working boards over the main lake basin with a few coming from 20ft. depths using leeches. A few smallmouth are hitting in hard bottom rocky areas as they begin to feed on crayfish. Perch has been slow with crawlers in the weeds working best, but the weeds are still a bit behind for this time of year. Best of luck! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361.
Lake Gogebic report is fair. Anglers are struggling as the bite has been very fickle. We finally got rid of the east wind which could bring back more of a stable pattern. Leeches have been working best for walleye with most targeting 16ft. to 20ft. but most are running small. Smallmouth continue to provide fair action near hard bottom areas and some nice perch beginning to come from the weeds in 9ft. to 13ft. using crawlers. Best of luck! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361.
MOON PHASE (41%)
Lake Gogebic report improved some this week to fair. Walleye anglers are working hard for the fish, but it is better than last week. They continue to work crawlers, minnows and leeches as the weather has been cold, hot, windy, and calm all in the same week! Smallmouth are still hanging on near shore for some added action. Perch has been a bit better with the weeds beginning to show up, but most are still scattered. Crawlers have been working the best for the perch. Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361
MOON PHASE (91%)
Lake Gogebic walleye report has been very slow this week. Wide temp swings and changing weather fronts have kept anglers searching for them. Some are still using minnows as others have found leeches and crawlers are coming into play quickly with the warming water temps. Smallmouth bass however has been fantastic with fish moving up onto the beds and providing great action. Jigs, twister tails, stick baits , live bait and flies have all been taking fish. Cooler temps today may push them back a bit but this will only prolong the spawn and make for extended good fishing for them. We have only seen a few perch come in using crawlers and leeches but no set pattern yet. Best of luck! Barry (Bear) Drews at Bear`s Nine Pines Resort 906-842-3361.