4-5 inches. Was out here yesterday. A couple soft spots toward the south side of mid lake. North side was fine away from shore. A dozen or so perch, a couple gills, and a walleye, if your curious.
36° - 40° F
Does anyone know the ice thickness? I have a long drive there.
I fished this lake years ago. Just wondering how the fishing is now and any spot to fish offshore.
Is patterson open?
Anybody catching trout?
This is the 1/18/17 report from the DNR in Park Falls. You can call them at 715-762-3204 for more information.
With ice thickness from 10-15 inches in most places and the weather warming up, anglers have been out in full force this past week. Even with the nice weather, the fishing has been hit or miss. Northern pike have been the most consistent on shiners under tip ups set near weed cover. Walleyes are biting best at dusk over shallow gravel bars. Tip-ups with small shiners or suckers have been the go to bait. Crappies are being found suspended in 25-35 feet of water but they have been picky on what they are biting on. It all depends on the day. One day they want minnows and others they want wax worms. Keep changing it up until you find out what they want that day. With warming weather and some local ice fishing contest there will be plenty of people out this week so be courteous and good luck!
Just wondering if any one can tell me how much ice and snow is in the lake and if there is alot of slush? Thanks