Author Archives: Marsten

February 24 2017

Fishing Report “Hey guys how’s the fishing going?- Need to get the website updated.” Bendy: “Words and stuff!” Tommy: “What we’ve noticed is cloudy days where the pressure is favorable it seems like both the Walleye and Perch go on a major feed bag, especially in the 25-30 foot range....

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February 15th 2017

Overall fishing with the warm weather picked up as guys have been able to get out and move around more. The sunshine has made the fish less finicky and willing to bite more. Tip: Perch bite light, use light tip rods! Travel on the lake has become a lot easier...

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February 7th, 2017

Ice Conditions Last night we got around 6″ of heavier snow. Andrew and Timmy have been out plowing and getting our Creel Bay trail system back up and going. As of now all trails are good but there is a chance the wind will cause them to drift in some....

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January 18, 2017

Ice thickness is holding steady at 14-19 inches on average throughout the lake and Creel Bay in front of the resort. With the warmer temperatures this week we should see the snow on the ice settle down and make getting around a little easier. We’re still preaching tracked rigs for...

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January 8th 2017 Report

The Woodland ice crew guys have nearly all fish houses out and we’re now in full swing with the exception of a few. They’re looking to get the remaining houses out there this afternoon using our tracked rigs. We’ve been primarily sticking to Creel Bay and Walford’s Bay due to...

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December 13th Fishing Report

Game On- We’ll keep you posted as we build more ice! This past week has brought below zero temperatures and with the cold weather… ice! The upper lakes, Alice and Irvine continue to produce pike and walleye while guys are just beginning to venture out in to parts of the main lake including...

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September 5th, 2016

Hello everyone!   Fall is approaching quickly, but the walleyes are biting! Success has come from many different portions of the lake. Pulling crankbaits and spinners in the 18-25 foot range has been putting fish in the boat in areas such as Creel bay (north end), 6 mile bay, Golden...

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August 9th, 2016

Hello anglers! We haven’t had much of a change in fishing patterns since last reported. We are still seeing most walleyes coming from the 15-30 range. Look to pull bottom bouncers and spinners along breaks/ledges in the 15-25 range. Vertical jigging structure in 20-30 foot on top of structure is...

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