We are coming up the last weekend of July. Looking to get on some fish. I like all types of fishing. Any info on these lakes would be very appreciated.
Why not use the launch on sand lake and D? If I remember correctly there’s not much clearance under the bridge. The only lake that didn’t produce for me was STONE. And there IS a very big boulder just below the surface on STONE. I saw a bear with a red ribbon around its neck watching me on CHAIN.
I am considering renting on the Sugar Camp Chain of lakes, have an 18ft boat with canopy.
Can I get through all five lakes under county D? Is the channel deep enough to run a boat through them?
Hello, all! Fished this chain the last few summer from shore and bringing my first bass boat up to my cabin next weekend! Wondering how has the smallmouth action been?! Any help or private messages would be greatly appreciated. Mostly target Largies but looking to break my PB Smallie of 2.2lbs:)
Thanks in advance! Tight lines.
Any action on muskies on Dam or Sand lake. Will be up there in late Sept. and looking for reports on crappie and a few pan fish
Current ice conditions vary greatly.. I haven’t been on the s c chain yet this year, I was on the rainbow flowage, I had 6-7 there, Sunday I hiked into a 32 acre lake, ice thetecwas 4-5 inches.. one other spot I was on, about a 10 acre area only had 7 inches.. so it’s getting better, just be careful and use a spud bar in your way out it’s your first time to the spot. I would not drive anything yet on the iceunless you know for sure it’s safe.. but then again no ice is ever truly safe.. be safe and good luck
Hello, I'm just curious if anyone have an ice report for the chain?
Sure can just have your canvas roof down.
Question. It has been a while - can a pontoon boat fit under the Hwy D bridge between Dam and Sand lake? Thanks in advance.
Saturday Brian and I hit the water for a few hours in the afternoon, started hot and humid, ended 68 and rain.. we managed to move around and get a mixed bag.. pike, walleye, smallies, perch and crappies... had to work for them though... live bait and jigs tipped with minnows worked well.. water temps down to 70! Which is great, as they are calling for heat again this coming week after Monday and Tuesday..