Recent rains making things interesting for ice anglers here and there across the state.
Wisconsin Outdoor News Fishing Report
For the most part, the number of anglers venturing out has been limited, but those going are catching fish.
The weather is causing lots of grief for ice fishermen.
Ice conditions still sketchy, depending on where you’re at.
Based on reports there seems to be a little more slush on the Washburn side of Chequamegon Bay and farther out. Some of the slush has tightened up with the colder temps, but still be
AMERY AREA Ice depths vary from 4 to 10 inches and some big lakes still have pockets of open water. Crappies are suspended over 14 to 21 feet on North Twin Lake or 12 to
AMERY AREA You’ll still find pockets of open water on the big lakes, but there is as much as 7 inches where people are fishing. Look to the north end of Lake Wapogasset, Big Round
ASHLAND AREA As the ice begins to form always remember to use caution and be safe. We are still in between seasons right now and there is no safe ice. The cold temps may produce
AMERY AREA The fishing season appears to be winding down with only a handful of anglers venturing out after muskies. With cold weather in the forecast, that likely will come to an end as well.