How to get the fish to cooperate during these dogs days of winter.
February 12, 2021
The dog days of winter are here and the bite is tough. So how do you catch those fish?
The anglers waited for news of their ice fishing gear, which was floating up the North Shore. A fire official took down anglers’ contact information and said they would try to recover the equipment.
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Well it’s been COLD!!! That has been a limiting factor for fishing lately. The walleye fishing has been extremely slow but still getting a few fish here and there. Don’t be afraid to fish shallow. Some of the best reports I’m hearing are overnight under 10 feet of water. The crappie bite is still good
With a hard winter freeze expected to hit the entire state, more anglers will have an opportunity to do some ice fishing before the weather breaks and open water returns in the bottom half of the state.
According to local anglers, the lake looks to hold some good potential. The dropoffs and lake points look as if they could be very productive and the lake would also provide great refuge from northern pike traversing the river.