Monday evening those out overnight caught Walleyes, but it was a little slower than normal. Probably due the high barometer. (?) During the day yesterday, especially afternoon, was not nice out there. North winds to 25 mph and dropping temps chase most portable people off early. We had five rentals out overnight so we will see what they did today. We did get houses moved despite the weather and will concentrate on getting everything ready for the weekend today. The “Tullibee road” developed a 4-6 inch wide crack down the middle of it in about a mile stretch. It’s already freezing good but there will be a detour to the west of the road stakes in that area for a couple days. Ice depth is 24″ so it’s not much of a concern. It would be really nice to get some snow out there that would stick. So far everytime it time it snowed, the wind would blow it clean. If we had some cover, the ice would settle down a little. Looking forward to a good weekend up here with the milder weather coming.
Keep a Tight Line! Eddy