Park Falls Area
Ice thickness has been increasing and most lakes now have 15 to
17 inches of ice. Walleye fishing has been fair. A good day of
fishing has consisted of one or two flags and a catch of one
walleye. The few reports of success have come in late afternoon
hours, with suckers fished in the 8- to 14-foot depths. Many
anglers are starting to target other species, such as northern pike
and panfish, which have provided a little better success. Panfish
have provided the most consistent action, with some decent catches
of bluegills, perch, and crappies being reported. Northern pike
success has been fair, with some decent action during the mid-day
hours on golden shiners near any old weedbeds.
Bridge Bait & Tackle, (715) 762-4108.