I drove by Saturday morning, and there were quads north of the Nicolet Road bridge. I was on a small neighboring lake Saturday and Sunday and there was 6 - 8" of ice, with snowmobile and quad traffic. I must say, the lack of snow sure makes travel on the ice nice.
Was out Saturday. Upper end of the flowage. Ice ranged from 4-5 inches. Solid ice. Not many people out.
Going to be up in Townsend for the weekend. Anyone have an ice report and recommend where to go for easy access? Any good tip-up fishing spots? Thank you for the help in-advance!
Hard to troll to many weeds, even drifting is difficult to many weeds.
Coming up here in 2 weeks , can I troll this lake?
Coming up the 3rd week of August. never fished this body of water. how is the fishing this time of year, any tips would be appreciated.
Here’s the answer to my own question.
Looking for an approximate on ice conditions. Heading to the cottage tomorrow if kid’s bowling event gets called off. Don’t need spots. Want to minimize gear brought. Thanks.
I was up the 7th - 9th. I did not fish the flowage but drove by several times. There were zero vehicles on the ice. Snowmobiles and some 4 wheelers. I was out on Surprise Lake (just north of the flowage) and was shocked at the lack of slush. We had zero issues on snowmobiles. We had about 12" of ice on Surprise.
Would someone be kind enough to post ice depth and driving conditions while at the fish-o-ree? Heading to cottage the weekend of 2/21 and want to know if I can drive on it easily or too much snow/slush. Cold weather should firm it up nice. Thanks.