Heading up soon hope the fish aren’t as tight lipped as reports ??
Heading up soon, usually fish by Hayward, but trying something new. How are musky numbers on Nokomis and any tips? Have the bluegill finished spawning yet? I’m down by La Crosse and the gills were spawning hard last weekend and guessing we usually run about a week ahead....thank you for any advice, I am a responsible sportsman, not the dude filling the freezer. Be well!
How are water temps looking. I am coming up today or tomorrow morning and putting in the dock. Figure i'll go out anyways but just curious.
I'm new to the area, looking to get the boat in here for the first time in the next week or two. Wondering if anyone could clue me in to any hazards that a typical map like Navionics or Lake Master don't have. Obviously I know to be careful in shallow spots. Any input is appreciated!
I'm coming up from SE WI with a few other couples on Saturday. We'll be running mostly tip ups and maybe a dead stick or two. Does anybody have any recommendations on areas to try for northern or anything else willing to snap? I'd love to get some action for the people who haven't ice fished before. We'll be the red eskimo hub and we'll have plenty of beer if anybody wants to stop by. Thanks and tight lines.
Coming up here for work this next week might be able to get out from 430 until 830-9 wondering if it’s worth trying at that time or not? Targeting walleye mostly
We still have 3 or 4 lake-front wooded lots available for sale as well as a number of back-lots all on Lake Nokomis in a bay in the North West part of Lake Nokomis. If anyone or anyone you may know of might be interested in more info, please message me. Thanks
What's the ice look like on twin bay? Staying at twin bay resort next weekend. Just looking for info for the bay. How much snow is on the ice and how ice is there? Can a wheeler get around in the bay? Last I heard was 6 inches of ice but that was 2 weeks ago. Thanks.
My place is in Oneida County and there is a Nokomis lake near the Rainbow Flowage but this post is about Lake Nokomis in Lincoln County. Don't want anybody going to the wrong lake. Starting out another bad snow year. Be careful.
Walked out to the point were the tomahawk river meets the main lake. Open water every were. Id stick to the protected bays