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Work the shoreline breaks in 15 to 18 feet or the humps in 25 to 35 feet throughout Walker Bay for walleyes, especially during low-light periods. A few walleyes also are going at night off Pine Point and the main lake flats in less than 15 feet. Catching numbers of perch off Sand Point is easy over 8 to 10 feet, but finding keeping-size fish has been tough. Much of the Walker Bay ice is now at 11 to 13 inches, but there is less in some spots so ATVs are the best way to get around. Main lake ice seems to be a more consistent 11 to 13 inches.

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Walleye action continues to be best during low-light periods on the main lake structure and points in 15 to 18 feet. Walker Bay started giving up walleyes along with its shoreline breaks in 18 to 22 feet and the deep humps. Perch action has been much slower this week. Most main lake areas have up […]

Walker Bay had 4 to 6 inches of ice early this week, while some cracks and 8 to 11 inches of ice is being found on the main lake. Fishing activity remains light, but a few people are catching walleyes at night off Pipe Island and Olson’s Reef in 15 to 18 feet, Pine Island […]

Most of the main lake is now ice-covered with as much as 5 inches being reported in some spots. Anglers have started walking out to some shoreline breaks and catching a few walleyes during the evening hours in 10 to 15 feet. Other areas, such as Walker Bay, partially capped early this week. Ice conditions […]

Walker Bay was mostly open early this week. There are 2 to 3 inches of ice in spots on the main lake, but also areas with thin ice and open water so even foot travel is not advised, especially with the warmer weather this week. Anglers are walking on many of the area’s small lakes […]

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