Yes, as long as it has floats that are up to date with an inspection sticker by Dane County Sheriffs, and are within the weight limits.
MOON PHASE (12%)
41° - 45° F
Don't know what we were hooking into today, probably small gills, ....but they sure liked the mini Maki plastic minnow. We were using black but you can get a variety of colors.
MOON PHASE (6%)
I've fished Wingra 2 times in the last 9 days, first times on this lake ever, and I've lived in town 8 years now. Walking in from the road leading to the zoo, curious to try and better understand this bowl of a lake, I walked out to the center and drilled 18 holes headed back towards my vehicle every 15-20 feet fishing along the way looking for signs of life. LOVE my Ion BTW. Full battery still. I ended up finding active fish in the 9' depth, a couple bluegills and about 20-22 stunted 6-61/2" perch. I kept 6 of the biggest to see how fish out of this lake taste.
I believe the key will be to find the weed line to get a panfish bite for the kiddos.
Picture is of 2 different holes that produced the above mentioned.
MOON PHASE (0%)
There have been many fewer bluegill below the Wingra dam the last few times I have ice fished there. This video was filmed 2 Saturdays ago and I caught about a dozen or 15 small crappie between 3 of us and a couple small bluegills below dam in about 2 hours of fishing.
Below 0° F
Went out on wingra a few days ago. It was brutally cold but once we had the Eskimo set up and the heater going it was great! My dad and I caught a total of 10 fish (perch, bluegill, crappie) no keepers