Heading up this weekend. Is the ice thick enough for wheelers?
Blue17, if you go up to Glen again, go to the back part of the lake and fish the edge of the 20 foot basin. Set tip ups 2 feet off the bottom in 8 feet of water on the weed edge. You should have plenty of little bass and northern to keep you busy! If you plan on jigging, fish with wax worms in 8-12 feet for bluegill.
I've been fishing this lake for about five years now, and my family has always had good luck catching bluegills up to 9 inches, and crappies up to 12 inches around the weed edges in the back deeper area. Beetle tubes have always worked the best for panfish. I have yet to see a pike over 23 inches, or a bass over 15 inches come out of this lake, has anyone caught any decent ones in the past? For pike, cast spinners around the weed edges and you will catch snakes all day. For bass, use beetle tubes or a wacky worm around the weed edges. Hope this helps!
Heading up with the wife and kids this weekend. Wondering how the ice is doing. Hoping to get some flags for the kids to chase. Thanks
21° - 25° F