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Please be very careful! Ice conditions can change daily this time of year. Bring your ice picks, safety rope, ice cleats and your fishing buddy. Remember 4” of GOOD SOLID ice is best for adult, 6-8” for and ATV and at least 12” for larger ATV/UTV and Trucks!
4-6” of ice. There is a lot of snow on top. Reports are indicating good Perch action on the West End down 6-15’. Also hearing reports of Pike, Lake Trout, and a few Rainbows.
4-6” of ice. Lot of snow on top. May have to use a snowmobile to get in. No reports on the fishing.
4” of ice. Reports of Salmon and a few Rainbow. Lot of snow, having a 4x4 to get in is necessary at this point.
Lake Mary Ronan:
Was iced over as of Saturday December 23. Should still be OK with all the cold weather. No fishing reports yet.
1-2” of ice. Was frozen over as of Saturday December 23. No reports yet, but should be fishing soon.
5” of ice. Catching Crappie, Perch, and a few Pike.
Smith Lake:5” of ice. Catching lots of small (16-24”) Pike with a few larger Perch as well. Check your regulations for the catch limits.
4-5” of ice. Catching a few bit Pike. Also, some Crappie in the evenings.
Foys Lake:3-5” of ice. Some areas have less. BE CAREFUL. Few Trout being reports near the shorelines.
5” of ice. Good Perch action with fish being 8-12”. A lot of small Pike.
Little McGregor:Hearing reports of lots of small Perch, and hearing a few Rainbows.
3-5” of ice. Catching some Salmon and a few nice Perch.
Thompson Chain – Small Lakes:Crystal, Loon and Bootjack should all be frozen 3-5” of ice. However, we have not had any reports yet.