East - The early morning and evening hours have been best for walleyes on the mud flats, gravel, and deep rocks in 20 to 26 feet. The 25- to 32-foot mud areas have been kicking out perch and tullibees as well. Look for northern pike in 10 to 14 feet throughout Isle, Cove, and Wahkon bays.
Johnson’s Portside (320) 676-3811
West - Work the mud flats for walleyes during the day in 28 to 32 feet of water or during low-light periods of the day in 22 to 26 feet of water. The 26- to 28-foot rocks are producing walleyes as well. You’ll find perch on the mud flats in 28 to 30 feet and suspended tullibees over 30 feet of water or more on the Seven Mile, Eight Mile, and Seguchie flats.
Terry’s Boat Harbor (320) 692-4430
Fishing Report Provided by - Chris Michels
Average: 1(1 vote)
| Water Temp:31-40 F | Clarity: Gin Clear
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
January 27, 2015
Wet day out on the Ice. Tried some Crappie Minnows on jigs, had my camera down the hole and didn't see a fish. Because of the snow melt it's all ice on top so it's hard to move around. Did move to about 12 FOW at one point and found a nice weed patch but pulled up nothing but weeds. Overall it was a nice day out (little wind) but still no fish. Ice is about 6" consistantly with a lot of bubbles in it. Don't think the next few days are going to help much.
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