Fished labor day weekend for musky just one small follow. But we got 6 northern.
66° - 70° F
66° - 70° F
Below 0° F
Miserable! A Couple feet of snow on top of slush on top of the ice. Finished in about 4 feet to 6 feet of water but you have to be careful after you drill your hole, water floods the surrounding area and turns your hole into a giant pool. Especially overnight. Snowshoes would best, caught a walleye yesterday but only went out a couple hours this morning with no luck.
I was up there a couple weeks ago, the landing was closed I believe due to construction or road construction it would be worth calling the folks at Happy Hooker bait shop and looking at launching on teal lake which is connected
Does anyone know if the North Landing Camp Road Landing is a good landing for a 17 ft boat; cause I heard that landing had some problems...
We stayed here for a week, I would not recommend bringing young kids unless you have fished here before, the bite was hard to find and very weedy. I did get one nice northern and a 21inch smallie but all in all very slow week.
As of Wednesday its been pretty slow, I did get a 21 inch smallie for the wall but the bite has been really slow no muskie follows no eyes tons of small pannies, weeds are everywhere making it pretty tough
Fished from 8-930 this morning, boated a 30 inch northern and a smallie that was about 6 inches, pretty windy
Water temps skyrocketed last Saturday. I highly doubt Lost Land and Teal will be fishable for awhile. Remember to use extreme caution on these fish when the water reaches these temps. Best to just go swimming.
Good morning fellas- I'm coming up in a week and I'm new to this lake. I would really like to get my brother in law on his first musky. Anybody have any advice or tips on where to start or go? I would really appreciate it and definitely will let you know how we do. Thanks in advance.