can you get around on an atv or is the snow to deep? would rather not drive the truck out.
Hi guys planning a trip up on the 13th of this month to visit my buddies brother and was thinking about hitting up the pond, I know guys don’t like giving up their hot spots but does anyone willing to give some up some info for pike and eyes
I really have to switch something up, have fished this lake 5 times this winter and only managed a tiny perch and a small pike. Have fished closer to the damn in 15 fow once with waxies and fat heads and 4 times heading out from the north shore landing about mid lake in 7-12 fow.
Cws the area with all the wood that us to the west end of the lake is full if springs, the ice is sketchy there, and at the south landing.
Heading to Lawrence area this weekend. Would like to target Bass. Is the bay with all the wood on the north end worth the hike? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Below 40° F
31° - 35° F
Fished by the dead goose frozen ice all day. Seemed to be a good luck charm as I caught a 2 man limit of keeper pike biggest was 38 (pictured below). Also had had a few bonur walleyes around noon. Used suckers for most fish. Big pike came off a beef stick after running out of minnows. Bite is hot get out here!!!
great advice on ice conditions but you knew where the bad ice was on the pond thats why you didn't go through. If you didn't know the lake it would have been different for sure.
Absolutely, I never take a report at face value, its just a start point.
That is the best advice somebody could take. About seven or eight years ago I was in the Jamboree fishing I had 11 to 12 of ice where I was fishing. 50 yards from us a truck pulling a trailer with an ATV went through the ice. The ice was only 3" where he went through. We've met up with the guy who went through as Tall Pines and he said it wasn't even his truck it was his best friends. How would you like to tell your best friend that.