Bobojoe what makes people scumbaggs just cause they have shanties sounds like someone is jealous they don’t have one and yes it’s crazy to charge someone 25$ to use a shanty
Does anyone know how much money has been collected from the shanty fees over the last 3 years and how much of that money was actually used for incremental funding for stocking fish? When I asked the marine police last year they didn't have a clue. I was told the shanty fee money was added to some sort of "general fund" for the marine unit. This fund covers expenses like vehicle maintenance (summer and winter), officer overtime etc. I would really be interested in knowing how many of what kind of fish have been stocked.
Yep, $25 for portable popups and $50 for shacks your leaving on the ice. Only lasts for the season
Big cat 187 are you talking about permanent shacks or flip over types? If it’s hubs or flip overs I’m not paying anyone 25$ so I can use it on that lake that’s just plain stupid
Below 40° F
21° - 25° F
Was a very windy morning. Had a couple straps rip off from the shanty anchors. About 10 perch from 9am till 3:15 in 14 feet of water, 2 of them being jumbos at 10.5 inches . 4 flags going shallow to deep..nothing. Make sure to have your license and shanty permits. $25 cash and you can buy it on the lake when the you get stopped. Been stopped everytime for the past 3 years, never at night though. Hoping to head out this evening or early morning to get a little deeper
Jkup u can park at cook park across from high school like previous comment said or go on the northside by LLVA park. Just look for were the crowds are that's the good spots :)
Take them out by the park on the northwest corner of the lake. You can park off of Main Street by the high school. Good luck.
If we're bringing a group of Cub Scouts out on Sunday 2/16 to experience ice fishing, does anyone have any good spots to hook them up?
Also, where is the best public parking?
Yes, still the 22nd as of now.
Are they still having a derby on feb22