The DNR has called Official Ice Out on March 26th!
This breaks the old record of April 2nd as the Earliest Ice Out EVER!!!
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The Wharf Lake Access is closed. We are no longer maintaining our road system. Due to the heavy snow & warming weather, we do not recommend travel on the ice.
**ATTENTION PRIVATE ICE HOUSE CUSTOMERS**
All private houses have been pulled off the lake. We still have a few houses that need to be put back in their seasonal sites and they should be completed by this weekend.
Reminder: If you come up to stay in your camper/ice house,
please stop at Toucan's and pay $5 per night for electricity.NO ELECTRIC HEATERS
Walleye season ended Sunday, February 26th. Be sure to check at Toucans for ice conditions before you head on the ice as the ice can make sudden changes.
**ATTENTION PRIVATE ICE HOUSE CUSTOMERS**
We are currently pulling private houses. We will begin pulling houses on the Late Pull List on Sunday, March 4th at 10am. Houses must be ready for emergency pulls any time. If the Tuesday/Wednesday storm gets too bad we may have to pull all houses early. If the ice on the lake access starts to break up we will have to pull all houses early as well
We currently have roads to Shaws Reef, 2 Mile, Reds Hump, Baby Bump, 4 Mile East, and 4 Mile/July Bar. We are still using the main access in front of Toucan's. Do not leave the marked roads. We do not recommend vehicle traffic around the Big Point area. Be sure to check at Toucans for ice conditions before you head on the ice as the ice can make sudden changes.
10 mph on the ice!
With the walleye season coming to a close this weekend this is your last chance until May to catch that big one! Continue looking in deep waters over gravel and using a shiner or rainbow minnow. This is also the weekend of the perch with the big "Extravaganza" on the ice. It's been a pretty consistent year on the perch using jigging spoons & wax worms.
Good Luck Everyone!
From top left clockwise: Ross Swanson 7lb, 28.25"
Ashlee Glem 29.25"
Kathy Palfe 23.5"
Darryl with a Nice Perch!
We're finding 20 to 26” of good ice in most areas. We currently have roads to Shaws Reef, 2 Mile, Reds Hump, Baby Bump, 4 Mile East, and 4 Mile/July Bar. Do not leave the marked roads. We do not recommend vehicle traffic around the Big Point area as there are still many areas of thin ice.
Walleye & Jumbo Perch are biting well. Shiners & Fatheads are still a good choice. Walleye season ends Sunday, February 26th. Be sure to check at Toucans for ice conditions before you head on the ice as the ice can make sudden changes.
**ATTENTION PRIVATE ICE HOUSE CUSTOMERS**
If you are ready to have your house pulled off the lake please let us know as soon as possible. Otherwise we will begin pulling all private houses Monday, February 27th with no further notification. If you are positive you will use your house during the last weekend they are allowed on the lake, you can request to be on the Late Pull List. Press “0” to return to the main menu of our voicemail auto attendant and then press “1”. We will pull houses on the Late Pull List on Sunday, March 4th at 10am. No Exceptions. Houses must be ready for emergency pulls any time. If the ice on the lake access starts to break up we will have to pull all houses early.
We're finding 20 to 26" of good ice in most areas. We currently have roads to Shaws Reef, 2 Mile, Reds Hump, Baby Bump, 4 Mile East, and 4 Mile/July Bar. Do not leave the marked roads. We do not recommend vehicle traffic around the Big Point area as there are still many areas of thin ice. Be sure to check at Toucans for ice conditions before you head on the ice as the ice can make sudden changes. The access in front of Toucan's is open & the road out has been shortened quite a bit now going through the pressure ridge in front of the bar.
10 mph on the ice!
The walleye bite continues to be strong in 31 to 33 feet off the edge of the deep rock and gravel. Red hooks baited with shiners or rainbows are working best. The perch bite remains tough. Try the edges of gravel. Small jigging spoons with waxies is your best bet.
Joe G. with a 27.5" Walleye
Brian P. with his first Walleye (26.5")
Matt M with a 26" Walleye
We're finding 18 to 20” of good ice in most areas. We currently have roads to Shaws Reef, 2 Mile, Reds Hump, Baby Bump, 4 Mile East, and 4 Mile/July Bar. Do not leave the marked roads. We do not recommend vehicle traffic around the Big Point area as there are still many areas of thin ice.
Walleye & Jumbo Perch are biting well. Shiners & Fatheads are still a good choice. Be sure to check at Toucans for ice conditions before you head on the ice as the ice can make sudden changes.
We are currently pulling private houses to all of our areas except to the Big Point area. Rentals houses & ice Cabins are now in the 2 Mile area. Our main access in front of Toucan’s is open for vehicles.
We're finding 18 to 20" of good ice in most areas. We currently have roads to Shaws Reef, 2 Mile, Big Point, Reds Hump, Baby Bump, 4 Mile East, and 4 Mile/July Bar. Do not leave the marked roads especially around the Big Point area as there are still many areas of thin ice.
Joe K 28.5" Walleye caught Feb. 7th
The Walleye hot spots have been in deeper water (30 - 34 ft) around Baby Bump & 4 East. Many have had luck using yellow & chartreuse jigs. Best bite is after 7pm.
Scott with a 18" Bass on 2/4
Shelly caught & released this 27" Walleye at 5am on 2/5
We're finding 18" to 20" of good ice in most areas.
We are currently pulling private houses to Shaws Reef, 2 Mile & the South end of Big Point. We will begin pulling to Baby Bump, Big Point, 4 Mile & 4 East Wednesday at Noon. Rentals houses & Ice Cabins are now all in the 2 Mile area. The main lake access is now open in front of Toucan's.
FISHING REPORTFishing has been great around the lake with Walleye & Jumbo Perch still biting well. Shiners & Fatheads are still a good choice.
Henry with his very 1st walleye 27" 2.88 lbs in Ice Cabin 6 1/27
Cole with a 27" caught & released on 1/27
We're finding a good 16+" of ice on Shaw’s Reef, 2-Mile & the South end of Big Point. We will be checking the ice on Baby Bump, 4 Mile & July Bar Tuesday morning. Fishing has been great around the lake. Walleye & Jumbo Perch are biting very well. Shiners & Fatheads are still a good choice for your lines right now.
We are currently pulling private houses to Shaws Reef, 2 Mile & the South end of Big Point.
Rentals houses & ice Cabins have been moved to the 2 Mile area.
You can now access the lake at our main access in front of Toucan’s.
We're finding a good 16+" of ice on Shaw's Reef and 2-Mile. With all of the ice movement over the last week, Baby Bump & Big Point are still broken up pretty bad so we are currently not able to drive in this area. We are currently pulling private houses to Shaws Reef and the 2 Mile area. Rentals houses & ice Cabins will be moved to 2 Mile Thursday. We will be checking the ice for roads to other areas early next week. We continue to access the lake directly from our East Access. We should have our Main Access open by Wednesday afternoon.
Fishing has been great around the lake. Anglers are getting into the deeper waters and the Walleye & Jumbo Perch are biting very well. Shiners & Fatheads are a good choice for your lines right now.
Allen Hambleton & Joe Debliek caught their limit of Walleye 1/20
Joe Erickson of Pelican Rapids caught & released this 26.5" Walleye in a rental 1/16
Troy Brown with a 39" 17 lb Northern caught in a rental 1/21
Joe Debliek with 20" 5.1 lb & 22" 6.3 lb Smallmouths 1/23
We're finding a good 16+" of ice on Shaw’s Reef and 2-Mile. With all of the ice movement over the last week, Baby Bump & Big Point are still broken up pretty bad so we are currently not able to drive in this area.
Fishing has been great around the lake. Anglers are getting into the deeper waters and the Walleye & Jumbo Perch are biting very well. Set lines with Shiners or Fatheads are a good choice.
We are currently pulling private houses to Shaws Reef and the 2 Mile area. Rentals houses are all out and doing great around the Shaws area and in the shallower waters going to Shaws. We will be checking the ice for roads to other areas this week. We continue to access the lake directly from our East Access.
The deep south edge of Shaw's is giving up walleye. Set lines with red hooks and shiners are working best. Those of you looking for perch will find them in 25 to 28 feet on the gravel. Small jigging spoons with wax worms are trigging the jumbo's.
We asked for the cold and we got it...It is cold! We're finding 14" of ice on Shaw's Reef and 2-Mile. We started pulling private houses to 2-Mile yesterday only to stop today due to cracks and open water around the Two mile area due to the wind. We will resume pulling private houses to 2 Mile Thursday at Noon. With all of the ice movement last weekend, Baby Bump & Big Point will still have some healing to do before we can drive in that area. Fishing has been great around the lake. Anglers are getting into the deeper waters and the Walleye bite has been great.
If you know you will be coming up to have your private house pulled on the ice and your house is in our dead storage area, feel free to schedule your house to be staged a day before you arrive.
Our winter weather is here! We're finding 14" of great ice on Shaw’s Reef and 2-Mile. We started pulling private houses to 2-Mile today. With all of the ice movement last weekend, Baby Bump & Big Point will still have some healing to do before we can drive in that area. Fishing has been great around the lake. Anglers are getting into the deeper waters and Walleye pictures are coming in.
We are pulling private houses to Shaws Reef & 2-Mile. If you know you will be coming up to have your private house pulled on the ice and your house is in our dead storage area, feel free to schedule your house to be staged a day before you arrive.
Due to the above freezing weather forecast the next couple of days, we will not be pulling any houses on or off the lake. This should give the ice some time to settle and heal around the shoreline & few bridges we have in place. Be cautious on the bridges as they have had to be reset several times the last couple of days due to movement. Lake access is still available.
Due to the above freezing weather forecast the next couple of days, we will not be pulling any houses on or off the lake. This should give the ice some time to settle and heal around the shoreline & few bridges we have in place. Lake access is still available.
We're finding 8-13" of good ice going to Shaws reef. We have several pressure ridges close to shore that we need to cross to get to Shawls Reef. We have knocked down areas through a few of these ridges to make way for roads. There is still only 4" to 7" going to 2 Mile, large vehicles are not recommended on this ice.
With the open water still on the lake, shifting ice will continue to make open cracks and ice ridges that we will have to deal with as they appear.
With above freezing weather staying in our extended forecast for the next week, we are still planning our moves cautiously. We are staging a few houses this afternoon and planning on trying to get a few rentals out again tomorrow morning if the weather permits. We will update this message again Friday by 3pm.
Portables and ATV's are a great option for fishing at this time. We are seeing these scattered around the bays. PLEASE use caution.
Dut to the warm weather, the ice has started to shift again. We have decided not to stage houses today. We will update the status again on Thursday by 3pm.
We're still finding 8-12" with a couple of pressure ridges close to shore going out to Shaw’s Reef. We have knocked down a few pressure ridges to make way for roads. The ice to 2 Mile is growing but we still only found 6” to 8”, travel is still not recommended to this area.
With open water still on the lake, shifting ice will continue to make open cracks and ice ridges.
We plan to start staging houses 16’ & under on Wednesday. Please call 320-676-3693 and press 1 for Fishermen’s Wharf to get on the staging list - if your house is 16’ or under. Watch for an update Wednesday afternoon.
Portables and ATV's are a great option for fishing at this time. We are seeing these scattered around the bays, but PLEASE use caution.
We were out today again checking ice conditions. We're finding 8-12" with a couple of pressure ridges close to shore. On Thursday we will start the morning knocking down the ridge to assure a smooth road to Shaws Reef. We found 4" to 6" getting close to 2 Mile. We will see about trying to get a couple of small rentals out to Shaws to check the ice conditions. We will not be allowing full size vehicle traffic during this maintenance.
Portables and ATV's are a great option for fishing at this time. We are starting to see these scattered around the bays. PLEASE use caution as the lake is NOT completely frozen at this time. Ice is still shifting so be sure to check with your resort for current ice conditions before going on the ice. ALL resorts have different ice conditions and we tend to know our own areas very well...Always use caution.
If Mother Nature cooperates we should be starting to pull smaller private houses early next week if not sooner. We'll keep you posted of any major updates with email and our facebook page!
The bay remains at 6 - 8 inches with areas of open water still being found around the lake. Currently portables only are being used in many of the bays. SAFETY FIRST - THINK ICE!
DNR ICE SAFETY GUIDELINES
General ice thickness guidelines for New, Clear Ice Only
2" or less - STAY OFF
4" - Ice fishing or other activities on foot
5" - Snowmobile or ATV
8" - 12" - Car or small pickup
12" - 15" - Medium truck
Remember that these thicknesses are merely guidelines for new, clear, solid ice. Many factors other than thickness can cause ice to be unsafe
THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS 100% SAFE ICEClick here for more Ice Safety Info from MN DNR!
It sounds like a broken record, but the fish can still be had on the edge of the deep rocks in 25 to 34 feet. Red hooks with a leech under a slip bobber is still working best.
Shallow troll bite should pick up as the November Full Moon get close.
Fish can still be had on the edge of the deep rocks in 32 to 34 feet.
Red hooks with a leech under a slip bobber is working best.
Shallow troll bite is a bit slow, but look for it to pick up as the November Full Moon get close.
Judy McCabe from Shoreview with a 26" Walleye (approx 6.5 lbs) on the 10/21 Launch with Deckhand Randy lending a hand
The fall after dark troll bite for Walleye is in high gear! Try the rocks in 6 to 10 ft using blue & silver or black & silver Husky Jerks. You can also try Big Point with a slip bobber and leech in 7 to 9 ft of water.
Jumbo perch are also showing up in good numbers in a little bit deeper water.
Look to the secondary breaks off the rock piles and reefs to find muskies looking to bulk up for the winter.
Experience Launch Oct. 4th
We hear consistent reports of a good bite out deep 25 - 31 ft and a good night bite trolling shallow rocks. Try the area of Big Point and as far north as Lakeside.
The weather looks great for this weekend!
Hope to see many of you up to enjoy this great fishing & fall weather!
Fishing in 25' or deeper is still out-producing the shallow water bite for Walleye... Though with the recent drop in water temps this should start bringing fish in. Happy Fishing!
Walleye are still on the deep edge of the rocks in 32 to 35 feet. Best bite is 5pm to 11pm. Use red hooks under a slip bobber. There are jumbo perch to be had on top of the deep rocks at 28 to 29 feet. The shallow water crankbait bite has yet to heat up, look for it soon.
21 3/4" Small Mouth Bass caught on launch 9/4/11
Good Reports are still coming in from bobber fishing & leadcore trollers. Try depths around 29-33ft in areas such as 2 Mile, 3 Mile & 4 Mile. Remember September 12th is a full moon and the bite should pick up in the shallow water!
The lead core bite continues to be the best method to put fish in the boat.
The bobber bite is picking up in the 22-28 ft range in the evenings.
Joe & Adam muskie fishing 8/16/11
The shallow crank bait bite for Walleyes has really picked up. Look in 7 to 12 ft of water over rocks or weedlines to find keeper fish. #5 shad raps and salmo hornets have been best. Fish are also still being caught with bobbers in the evenings as well.
Muskie fishermen are still finding plenty of active fish, this bite will only continue to improve as we move into fall.
Walleye - Bobber bite is best after 8pm off the edge of deep rocks in 31-34 ft. The after dark shallow crank bite is really starting to heat up! Try 8-11 ft using a black & silver husky jerks. The day bite is a little tough but try the basin off structure with lead core & salmos.
Ron Bowen With a Nice Catch!
The leadcore Walleye bite is still going strong. Look into deeper water 32 ft + off of the structure.
Salmo hornets & smaller shad raps in natural colors have been the best.
The Muskie are still very active over the cabbage beds and shallow rocks.
The smallmouth are also on fire right now biting on pretty much anything you put in front of them.
Trolling crankbaits with leadcore is still producing good numbers of walleyes in deep water. Salmo hornets, reef runners, and smaller shad raps have been best.
The Muskie bite is on fire! Casters are catching and seeing lots of fish and so are the trollers. Numbers of 50+ inch fish have been reported.
Looking for some Walleye? We have received some nice reports fishing leadcore 30 ft Salmo hornets and Rip sticks! Otherwise muskie/northerns are biting aggressively on bulldogs and bucktails. Best bite for eyes is still on the mud!
Jacob with his 22" Northern caught in the channel & Austin with his Dad and his 23" Walleye!
Nye & Annie McCarty with last weekend's catch.
His 27.5" walleye and her 28"! Nye reported catching over 40 walleye in his boat!
We've got a beautiful weekend ahead of us! Air temps will be dropping at least 10 degrees and the rain should be minimal (according to the weather reports). What a great time to be out on the lake!
Fishing hasn't changed much in the last week. Continue looking in deep water 25ft + for the walleye.
Cody J and his 27" Walleye caught & released on 7/6/11!
With the water temp now in the mid to upper 70's the walleye bite has definitely changed from a couple weeks ago. There are still fish to be had on the rocks when the wind is blowing, but the majority of the fish have been coming out of the deeper water 26-34 ft. Both the mud & deeper gravel have been producing well. Spinner rigs with crawlers and crank baits have been taking a lot of fish. Live bait rigs with leeches are still producing some fish as well. Covering a lot of water seems to be putting fish in the boat.
Muskies are active around the cabbage beds & weed lines.
Bobber bite slowed the past few days with the warmer temps. Fish are on the move to some of the traditional deep water spots. Most guys who did well this last weekend pulled crankbaits with leadcore line in deep water especially in the mud!
Carly & Claire with Captain Darryl Joel G with 29.5" Walleye
& 26.5" Walleye
30" Walleye - Bethany T caught 6/28/11
A good day bite can be had with a bobber and a leech in 28 - 34 ft. Good reports are coming in from fishermen pulling spinners out on 4 & 5 mile gravel with crawlers. The mud is just starting to heat up as well.
Fishing has been great! You can catch the walleye a variety of ways. Try trolling with raps in 12-16 feet, drifting with a lindy rig set up in 23-27 feet, or use a slip bobber set up in 30-34 feet. The Muskie bite is starting to come around too. Reports coming in of some smaller ones in depths of 8-10 feet.
Keep moving a little farther out. Try 26-28 feet of gravel using a slip bobber set up. A well used chartreuse hook and a MEDIUM sized leech seem to be working the best.
The water temp is rising. We have reached 59 degrees. The walleyes should be making their way out deeper. During the day try trolling with a 1/4 ounce jig tipped with a small shiner in 28-30 feet just off the sand. In the evening try to bobber up in 20-23 feet on the rocks. Use a red hook and a large leech and keep it 12-16 inches off the bottom.
Chris & Family with 26.5" caught
The weather has been wet and windy the last few days stirring the lake up and pushing the walleye out deeper. During the day try fishing in 25-30 feet with rigging a blue hook and a large leech. In the evening, try the edge of the rocks on Big Point in 18-23 feet using a bobber and blue hook with a large leech.
The bite is great. You can drift with a lindy rig in 18-21 feet off the rocks during the day time hours. In the evening get yourself set up on 6-9 feet rigged with a slip bobber set up. Use a #6 red hook tipped with a leech and watch the fun begin.
Dale Eggen 5/17/11 28" Walleye Dennis Sand 25.5" Walleye 5/22/11 Big Point
Liz Klabunde 25" May 23
Jason Bongers 27" on May 15
Most found luck this weekend by drifting or bobber fishing in 6 - 12 feet with a leech. Water temps are in the upper 40's, hopefully breaking into the 50's for this weekend and bringing the fish into deeper water.
Dale Eggen 5/16/11 22ft - Archie "Experience" Launch 22.5" Walleye
- The 10pm night ban is in effect until 12:01am on 6/13.
- Remember to pull the plug on your boat immediately when you leave the water and drain all water from your boat including live wells.
PERCH - They are biting the best that we have seen in years. Just about any color is working if you have a red treble hook on it. Then tip that with a fathead head and you can catch them all day long. Some good places to try are: Baby bump, Liberty Reef, and 3 Mile.
Good luck and hope to see you at the White Cap Perch Pounder this weekend!
Buttons available at Toucans!
The walleyes are STILL biting. Get up here for this last weekend of walleye fishing because the bite is great! The Jumbo's and Tullies are biting during the day with waxies or minnow head. Get the eyes with a red hook and white bead and a large fathead just after dark.
We got about 6" of snow last Sunday/Monday. The guys were out plowing all week and roads are looking good. Bring the snowmobiles back up as the groomers were out this week and the trails are looking great again!
(Private Ice House Owners)
We are getting a lot of calls about "...water on the ice". With the warm weather that we have had, ice and snow will melt at a very slow rate and water will stay on top of the ice temporarily. Ice does however float and as the water finds its way back under the ice via cracks and augered holes, the top of the ice will again be water free.
Remember, we still have 2 to 3 feet of ice "floating" on the water. We may have to change our access point during these warm spells and as always watch your speeds on the ice, but the houses are fine where they are.
We do have a full staff on the ice seven days a week and if they do notice any particular house needing attention we will take care of it and contact the owner. PLEASE remember, if you have a private ice house on the lake, be sure to always leave it in "pull ready" condition in case you do not make it back up or a situation comes along that we have to pull your house early.
The perch bite is still hot. Try 33 feet of water in gravel tipped with just about anything.
Try a perch colored jig with a minnow head on it.
The best time of day is in the evening.
The walleyes are biting best at dusk on a set line with a red hook and a shiner minnow.
Warmer temps this weekend should have the bite in full swing. The bite is still out deep 29-33 feet. Getting some reports of the jumbo perch that are on top of the deeper reefs too. You can find those in 26-29 feet during the day.
With the warmer temps this weekend, now would be the time to get that fishhouse moved to where the fish are biting.
The bite has been a little lighter this last weekend. With the new stable weather pattern coming up this week, the bite should turn back on.
They are still biting in the deep gravel 29-34 feet. Jigging in the day with waxies is still the best bet for the jumbo perch.
Use a set line with a red hook and soft glow bead at night to catch the keeper walleyes.
It's thick! Bring an extension!
The perch bite is hot, hot, hot on Baby Bump.
Get into 30-33ft off the edge and try a gold swedish pimple with a red treble hook.
Tip that with 1 waxie & 2 colored larva and watch the action start!
Auger extensions are needed in most areas. Roads are looking good!
You can now also follow our Big Point road out to the flats!
Snowmobilers - this is the year you've been waiting for!
The groomers have been out & trails are looking good!
SPEED 10 MPH ON ICE!
The Perch bite is hot right off the deep rocks (31 - 33 ft).
Try bouncing a gold swedish pimple in the soft bottom on the rock edge.
Best times of the day for the perch bite are morning & afternoon.
The Walleye bite is best late afternnon & early evening in the same areas.
Set lines with red hooks are out-performing jigging spoons for most!
The access in front of Toucan's is now open!
Nothing to report as far as issues out there. Just keep the speed to 10 mph!
There is a hot bite on 4 MIle East in 30-33 ft of water.
Try using a red hook with a red & white bead. Tip that with a fathead for some great action!
We are finding 14" - 18" of good ice in our area. Roads are all open and very slippery. As ALWAYS, drive slow and check in at office to get up to the minute ice conditions when you arrive.
2 Mile is the place to be right now! Try depths around 33ft from 9 - 11 am & 4 - 7 pm. Use a jigging stick tipped with a green & red swedish pimple and fat head minnow head.
Stay about 1 - 1.5 ft from the bottom occasionally bouncing it to the bottom.
Both the Perch and Walleye bite have been strong.
Ice Roads are looking good this morning.
They are a little rough with a few "potholes" but otherwise in good shape.
We are pulling houses today!
Banking will be a little tough until the snow comes later this afternoon.
Conditions remain good on the ice despite the mix of drizzle & light rain this morning. Our high for today was 34 which has come & gone. Colder temps are expected with 1" - 2" of snow in the next 24 hours.
To save on the ice roads, we have decided to stop all pulling/moving of houses this afternoon. Ice roads are very slick so use caution when making turns and attempting to stop. Please DRIVE SLOW on the ice to help maintain ice conditions.
Areas on the North end of the lake are experiencing some difficulties with their roads so we are monitoring things closely. Watch facebook for current conditions and if things change drastically we will send out another email update. Again PLEASE DRIVE SLOW!
Best bite remains between 26-30 ft. Fat heads on set lines have been the ticket for our seasonal customers. Try the gravel during the day for the perch bite.
We currently have 12" to 16" of ice and are pulling all size houses to Shaw's Reef, 2 Mile, 4 Mile, 4 East, Baby Bump & Big Point.
Please - MAX SPEED = 10MPH on the Ice!
Early morning and dusk are the prime times. We're seeing many limits on Perch with most being jumbo size! The Walleye bite has been sporadic with the ever changing weather, but there have been many good eaters being caught. A 41" Northern came through the ice Saturday on 2 Mile!
We have 10" to 11" of consistent ice with roads staked out to Shaw's Reef. Lots of ATV's and Portables are on the ice. We are looking good for pulling small houses this weekend.
If you have a small house in Dead Storage, you can call to have it staged! 320-676-3693
The Main Wharf Access is closed as we are flooding it to add strength & thickness.
The East Wharf Access is open.
Please stop at Toucan's for Ice Updates before heading out.
We've got a consistent 8"-9" all the way out to Shaw's Reef.
Snowmobile & ATV traffic welcome.
Let the fishing begin!
Dennis & Darryl checked ice out to Shaw’s (approx 1 mile) and found a consistent 6 inches.
Cold temps should help the ice continue to grow daily!