Lost a panfish rod out on the ice Monday 3/1 -- I was over by the dog park. If you found it -- I'll make it worth your while. Thank you!
That whole system is good for walleye, the bait shop in town may give you more specific spots
Wisconsincanman what is the general area for walleye? May also try for those as well.
There are some big perch in that general area, I target walleye's not far from there using tip up's and if I don't use big shiners the perch hit them, up to 13" I've caught. Its good musky water too
If you take a look at the map on my last post and read the post before that, it sounds like that bowl might produce. The guy at the bait store confirmed that there are some panfish in that area. I saw quite a few trailer shacks spread throughout that spot. Good luck!
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Any insight on a good spot for panfish?
21° - 25° F
Thanks for the info! We got on the ice around 11:30. Pretty much drove out pulled off to the side and threw out 4 tip ups ranging from 8-14 ft deep, maybe should have been out a bit deeper. We could only fish for about 45 minutes so I wasn't to picky. No flags, but it beat sitting in the parking lot at the arena! Thanks much for the tip! We appreciated it!
I've never seen anyone fish off the boat landing, but if you go past the ice arena, there is a dog park, just west of the arena, drive past that and to your left you'll see a spot you can drive on the ice , good spot for tip ups and panfish. A co worker fishes there, not a bad spot. Good luck ! Post a report if you catch some
This is probably a long shot, but my son has a couple of hockey games up in Tomahawk tomorrow. We have a three hour break between games. Would it be worth our time and effort to throw some tip ups off the boat landing by the hockey arena? Or is there another spot very close by that would be better? Any help would be greatly appreciated. You can message me if it's easier. Thanks in advance!
I plan on going ice fishing up here this weekend, anyone know the thickness?