Walleye is closed on the Flowage for the season and reports on the Walleyes have not yet started coming in on the other lakes just yet.
From the few reports coming in Pike seem to be doing well through the ice on suckers and shiners. The West Side of the Flowage is usually the better spot in the back bays. Squaw Bay is usually a local favorite for Pike this time of year.
Not much has come in for Crappie reports just yet. This time of year good spots to check are the Blueberry Flats and Pine Point. Word around town is that there have been a decent amount of fishermen fishing Crappie on Spring Lake.
Ice has been recently been reported as being 4-6 inches in depth. Those numbers will most likely increase in the coming weeks with colder weather on the way. As always make sure you use an abundance of caution on the ice and avoid narrows and creek channels.
This weeks highs look to remain pretty constant ranging from the high 20s to mid 30s with lows in the high teens to mid 20s. Next week looks to get much colder. Monday and Tuesday of next week there will not be much change but things will turn colder Wednesday night. Wednesday night will have a low of 0 degrees and the following days after the days will get into the single digits and the negatives. Expect some snow showers this coming Friday and next Monday.