January 28th, 2016

Wednesday the winds really picked up mid morning from the southwest and brought in warmer weather.  By afternoon it had switched more westerly and warmed up the snow to the point it stopped drifting.  Fishing reports were mixed with 18-24 feet having the best action.  Perch as still mostly in shallower except for the deep mud areas off the rocks.  The deeper transitions have Walleye action at night, but are pretty quiet during the daylight hours.

The ice is holding it’s own but what snow there is out there is getting heavy with this warm weather.  There is some so flooding around the houses because of weight and warm temps.  Privates be prepared to block your house up and shovel an opening in each end when you leave this weekend so things can freeze up.  So far predictions are for a pretty good snowstorm next week and you will want as much as as you can get under your house.

Don’t forget to sign-up for the Lyback/TWP Tournament.  Spots are going fast.

Keep a Tight Line!