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Good ice, around 6”. Nice Perch and Crappie in the 13-18” range. Demon Jigs work well with maggots. Reports of a few decent Pike.
5” of solid ice. Decent numbers of Salmon using pink Swedish Pimps and Rat Finke Droppers. A few decent Rainbows using Clam Leech Spoons.
8-0” of solid black ice. For Perch try and find openings in weed beds. Use Pete’s Mighty Mites for larger Perch. For Pike use smelt under a tip-up or a Dare Devil Spoon and jig aggressively.
Shallow water has the best ice, around 5”. Deeper water has 2-3” of black ice. Excellent spot to take kids fishing for Perch. Some Smallmouth around 25’ using orange Forage Minnows. No reports of Whitefish or Salmon.
Some decent Rainbows and reports of solid ice. Orange and Pinks are very productive.
5-7” of black ice. Perch, Crappie and Bass are plentiful. Using Pete’s Tackle Crappie Candy.
10” of solid ice. Pike fishing is great using an orange jig head whit black Twister Tail. Tip-ups with smelt or cut bait also working well. Nice Perch but are hard to catch. Use ketchup and mustard patters, Demon or Slab Slayers. Jig slow under a bobber.
Not fishable yet but reports that ice is starting to form.
5-7” of solid ice. Nice Cutthroat for those who are patient. Use pink or green leech spoons tipped with wax worms. A few Greyling here and there.
Reports of 5” on the North end and about 75% of the main body is froze over but USE CAUTION. There have been a few Trout being caught as well as Perch.
Lower has been slow on the Perch, so try deeper water and tungsten jigs. Good Pike in the shallow water jigging Dare Devils. Middle is still UNSAFE. Upper is fishing on good ice. Reports of Salmon using Hali Jigs.
Good spot to take young kids fishing as smaller Perch are always biting. Use Ratsos tipped with maggots. Tip-ups are producing Pike.
Another spot for kids. Perch has been well along with a few Rainbows.
5-7” of slid ice and smaller Salmon has been on fire. Use a Fat Finke under and attracter. Perch have been slow. A few nice Rainbows.
Lake Mary Ronan
Fishing has bee fair along East side in 18-25’. Ice is around 4-6” but no recent reports of people crossing over to the West.
USE CAUTION springs are still active. Ice is 1-5” in spots. Smaller Perch, Crappie and Pike are being caught.