FishNdude-your right and I normally would of spend another couple of hours out there but I was very cold out there and thought that I would come back when it’s a little warmer out and give it another shot
BBM- no offense but ya gotta put more time in. 2 hrs during mid day is going to be a rough go of it, no matter where ya go. With the cold I don't blame ya though. Better days to come with the normal temps coming back after this coming week.
MOON PHASE (97%)
No bluegills to be found fished anywhere from 8 out to 20 feet marked one fish on the Marcum but would not bite there were about 5 others out there and talked to 2 of them one guy didn’t catch anything either and one guy and one small gill
Never have ice fished this lake before, only open water fished it once and only managed a small bass. I’m looking to head out there before I have to go back to work. I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction out there. I will be targeting blue gill and maybe some crappies
thanks in advanced
MOON PHASE (87%)
MOON PHASE (3%)
21° - 25° F
Went out from 10am to 1pm just looking for some crappies n' gills. No crappies but caught some nice gills. Biting very light in about 20' fow and suspended up to 12'. Happy to see gills averaging a little larger than years past. Still like to catch and release on these smaller lakes. I saw new size and bag limits posted. Hopefully it helps get this back to the trophy panfish lake I remember.
MOON PHASE (12%)
Below 40° F
Fished today for about 5 hours all over the lake. As shallow as 3 feet up to 24. I only marked one fish. Visibility was about 10 feet and cloudy after that. Another guy caught a small northern and said they have been watching really small ones on camera.
A second guy commented that he has never caught bluegills as small as he has today.
Lots of people out today. Most places have 7 inches of ice up to about 10.