1/30/15

Adrian’s: Open, They are out to Garden Island but the long trek out there has been worth it with most of their customers going home with limits.
Bostic Bay: Open, no report.
Morris Point: Open. Still doing best in 23-29’ with a decent mix. Al has the roads in good shape with wheel houses moving around with no problems. The nice thing here is that you only need to go out 2-3 miles to get the fish; I should have mentioned that Garden Island is 24 miles north of Pine Island.
Zippel Bay: Open, They are still concentrating in the deeper 29-32’ with some nice reports of slot fish & nice keepers. For $5.00 you can try your luck in the Igloo as they have pulled a few through the holes there. Also they will have the Super Bowl on for anyone who wants to watch & another bit of good news for the near future is that they will also have NASCAR on the flat screens which starts the 2nd half of February.
Babbler’s Road: Open. Not a lot of people out fishing this area this week so I don’t have any testimonials for the reefs around here.
Springsteel: Open, Been somewhat hit & miss but seem’s they still do better in the mid 20’s for depth. The crack out by Whiskey keeps things interesting out that way, so if it was me I’d stay on this side of it as the 30’ depth just hasn’t produced enough success.




We’ve had a lot of happy customers that have been using the Snyder Fire Ant & Rocket Spoon. Seems to be mostly gold & pink.

It seems as the report is a little shorter than usual, but when the snow depth is lower the resorts have a way easier time keeping the roads open, so I don’t need to be constantly updating road conditions. So far you can still drive pretty much anywhere accept where the ice was piled up back in November.

Also my wife says to check us out on Facebook she has started a little bit with it, I haven’t got it figured out yet but will eventually end up giving in.


We have live suckers & chubs, frozen shiners & ciscoes.




Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny










1/23/15


Adrian’s: Open, They are transporting customers out & beyond Bridges Island & reefs & all doing very well that’s a long trek but sounds like its been worth it.
Bostic Bay: Open, no report.
Morris Point: Open, best fishing here is in 22-28’ with a fair mix. Out deeper has been hit & miss with smaller walleye & saugers. Roads are in good shape & goes out about six miles. This is pretty much the same report as last week with less crack issues on the access.
Zippel Bay: Open, moved out deeper to 31-32’ & are finding an abundance of nice sized saugers there is a better mix in at 24-26’ but not as many & smaller.
Babbler’s Road: Open. 16 mile has still been doing very good the last week ½ as well as in & around the reefs at Gull Rock.
Springsteel: Open, about the same as last week some hit & miss reports out by whiskey & south tip & a lot better action at five mile (accessed at swift ditch).




We’ve had a lot of happy customers that have been using the Snyder Fire Ant & Rocket Spoon. Seems to be mostly gold & pink.

It seems as the report is a little shorter than usual, but when the snow depth is lower the resorts have a way easier time keeping the roads open, so I don’t need to be constantly updating road conditions. So far you can still drive pretty much anywhere accept where the ice was piled up back in November.



We have live suckers & chubs, frozen shiners & ciscoes.




Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny


















1/16/15

Adrian’s: Open, best report of the year on this end but you’ll have to drive out up to 17 miles in 35’+ & you’ll find both walleye & saugers.
Bostic Bay: Open, no report.
Morris Point: Open, best fishing here is in 26-28’ (2-4’ deeper than last week) with a fair mix. Out deeper has been hit & miss with smaller walleye & saugers. Warmer weather has caused some cracks to heave but Al will have them repaired for safe crossing.
Zippel Bay: Open, still doing better in 18-22’ than in 30’. The igloo reported a 23” walleye caught & released earlier this week, they have it located out a little deeper than last year in about 24’ of water. Stop in & relax, the place holds about 80 customers.
Babbler’s Road: Open. Hard to get an actual fishing report here; its basically a road report but I’ve had some costumers out that way lately & didn’t have a lot of luck in near the reefs but sounded like 16 mile lit up pretty good just lately.
Springsteel: Open, the cracks are moving with this warmer weather, so a little zig zaggin is required to get past them but from that point its good going. Fishing remains about the same; meaning respectful & they’re all over the map for depth so doesn’t seem to be any significant pattern.




Denny’s has a great sale on augers left over from last year.
StrikeMaster electric ice drills regular $429 on sale for $369 (0 left)
StrikeMaster 4 stroke Honda 10” regular $609 on sale for $519 (0 left)
Clam 10” 2 stroke regular $459 on sale for $399 (2 left)
ION lithium electric w/reverse $529 includes 12” extension (0 left)

We have live suckers & chubs, frozen shiners & ciscoes.




Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny

















1/9/15

Adrian’s: Open, they are plowed out 15 miles beyond Pine Island. The bite has improved quite a bit in the 33-36’ range with both saugers & walleye being taken.
Bostic Bay: Open, road plowed out 13 ½ miles to 33-34’. Spotty fishing, but recently had a good bite in 23’.
Morris Point: Open, best fishing here is in 22-26’ with a fair mix. Out deeper has been hit & miss with smaller walleye & saugers. Roads are in great shape with around 25” of ice.
Zippel Bay: Open, better reports here too. They also are concentrating in the 20-26’ depths. As always no worry’s here as they continue there signature roads maintenance. You’ll find Hooker St. & Jackfish roads will get you into those above mentioned depths. The Igloo is open for business!!
Babbler’s Road: Open
Springsteel: Open, some spotty reports through the holiday season, but seems to have come back again, still in the 22-26’ range. Remember the bonus here is the presence of those nice jumbo perch. The road is a little zig zagged to get across the cracks so stay on the marked trails/roads.




Denny’s has a great sale on augers left over from last year.
StrikeMaster electric ice drills regular $429 on sale for $369 (0 left)
StrikeMaster 4 stroke Honda 10” regular $609 on sale for $519 (0 left)
Clam 10” 2 stroke regular $459 on sale for $399 (2 left)
ION lithium electric w/reverse $529 includes 12” extension (0 left)

We have live suckers & chubs, frozen shiners & ciscoes.




Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny
















12/26/14

Adrian’s: Open to everything. Fishing 28-31’ has improved a bit with both walleye & saugers but not many larger ones.
Bostic Bay: Open to everything. They have been working the 20-21’ depth & have increased the number of limits each day. Roger quoted not fast & furious but quit a bit better than the previous weeks.
Morris Point: Open to 3/4T trucks pulling medium size wheel houses (14-16’) morning & evening fishing is best in 16-17’ 26-28’ for day time & more saugers. This little cold snap opened a small crack but Al has taken care of.
Zippel Bay: Open to everything. Fishing in 22-24’ has improved here too. The Igloo has been pulled out & will be open for business on Friday the 26th.
Babbler’s Road: Open
Springsteel: Open to everything. The lakes best reports are coming from here & 5 mile reef. We fished between the sandbar & the DNR reef on Saturday & Sunday & took our limits of walleye, a little short on saugers but nice jumbo perch!!




Denny’s has a great sale on augers left over from last year & we’re pretty much ready for the season.
We have live suckers & chubs, frozen shiners & ciscoes.

StrikeMaster electric ice drills regular $429 on sale for $369 (1 left)
StrikeMaster 4 stroke Honda 10” regular $609 on sale for $519 (1 left)
Clam 10” 2 stroke regular $459 on sale for $399 (2 left)
ION lithium electric w/reverse $529 includes 12” extension (1 left)

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny
















12/19/14


Adrian’s: They have opened the road to 3/4T trucks pulling 22’ wheel houses, anything larger will have to wait another week. Fishing is spotty.
Bostic Bay: Roger has opened the access to everything & reporting 20”+ of ice. Fishing still a little slow, nice saugers caught out about 4 miles in 33’.
Morris Point: Open to 1/2T trucks pulling medium size wheel houses (14-16’) morning & evening fishing is best in 16-17’ 26-28’ for day time & more saugers. This little cold snap opened a small crack but Al has in taken care of.
Zippel Bay: Open to everything. Northern spearing has been real good here in the shallows. Roads are marked out to 30’+. The Igloo will be going out either Saturday or Monday & would have been out already but last weeks little warm front held it up.
Babbler’s Road: Still closed. There is the usual crack out front that Richard is waiting on. Contrary to rumors that Richard wasn’t doing the road this year, he is, but it’s his last. The property is for sale, & you can get in the game for a cool $1.5….
Springsteel: Kent is going to open to ½ tons Friday morning or as soon as he can get a 10’ bridge across the crack. Fishing has been probably the best on this end.
One important message that I need to mention for here & all the other resorts is that you need to keep your speed down to 10-15 mph any faster creates that under ice wave that weakens the ice sheet so if you see some speeders try & educate them a little without starting any kind of ice road rage……. LOL




Denny’s has a great sale on augers left over from last year & we’re pretty much ready for the season.
We have live suckers & chubs, frozen shiners & ciscoes.

StrikeMaster electric ice drills regular $429 on sale for $369 (2 left)
StrikeMaster 4 stroke Honda 10” regular $609 on sale for $519 (1 left)
Clam 10” 2 stroke regular $459 on sale for $399 (2 left)
ION lithium electric w/reverse $529 (includes 12” extension)

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny














12/12/14


Adrian’s: sleds & ATV’s & mid size trucks & now ½ ton pickups (but can’t pull wheel houses yet). Wheel house’s have to be pulled by a wheeler or Ranger type vehicle for now. They have roads & houses out to 4 miles past Pine Island. Fishing was a little slow this week. (Fish must be waiting for the weekend)….
Bostic Bay: this is the old Randall’s Resort now called Bugsys on Bostic, Roger Peterson is the straw boss here; he has moved across the bay from Cyrus to run the fishing end of things there. He has been dragging roads out to about 25’ & will let wheelers & sleds go this weekend, he mentioned that if you bring a wheel house he will pull it out for you & pull it back in for this weekend. His plan is to open the road to normal traffic next Tuesday. Fishing has been good but slowed on Thursday.
Morris Point: wheelers & sleds only. 12-13” of rough ice. Al has been dragging all week to smoothen out, he has roads out to 30’ but the best bite is in 20-22’. Nice clear water.
Zippel Bay: Trucks to the sandbar then wheelers & sleds from that point. 12-14” of ice in the bay & 8-14’ on the lake. They have had houses & customers fishing all week.
Babbler’s Road: closed. Contrary to rumors that Richard wasn’t doing the road this year, he is, but it’s his last. The property is for sale, & you can get in the game for a cool $1.5….
Springsteel: sleds & ATV’s only. The sandbar is all the farther anyone has ventured out & they’ve done pretty good, there’s a good size crack between the resort & the bar. You’ll see a few small trucks in the bay between them & Warroad spearing northerns. (Not recommending any trucks).


The mild weather hasn’t hurt the ice, but has slowed the development. Having trouble getting ahold of key people today so other than Adrian’s the report is the same as last week. I will update as I get accurate info.
The west end has been on fire, seems to be more afternoon success in 14-17’.

Denny’s has a great sale on augers left over from last year & we’re pretty much ready for the season.
We have live suckers & chubs. There was no shiner run this year so it’ll be frozen only.

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny















12/5/14


Adrian’s: sleds & ATV’s & mid size trucks. Wheel house’s have to be pulled by a wheeler or Ranger type vehicle for now. 12-14” of ice in the bay & 13-15” on the lake.
Bostic Bay: this is the old Randall’s Resort now called Bugsys on Bostic, Roger Peterson is the straw boss here; he has moved across the bay from Cyrus to run the fishing end of things there. He has been dragging roads out to about 25’ & will let wheelers & sleds go this weekend, he mentioned that if you bring a wheel house he will pull it out for you & pull it back in for this weekend. His plan is to open the road to normal traffic next Tuesday. Fishing has been good but slowed on Thursday.
Morris Point: wheelers & sleds only. 12-13” of rough ice. Al has been dragging all week to smoothen out, he has roads out to 30’ but the best bite is in 20-22’. Nice clear water.
Zippel Bay: Trucks to the sandbar then wheelers & sleds from that point. 12-14” of ice in the bay & 8-14’ on the lake. They have had houses & customers fishing all week.
Long Point: no report.
Babbler’s Road: closed. Contrary to rumors that Richard wasn’t doing the road this year, he is, but it’s his last. The property is for sale, & you can get in the game for a cool $1.5….
Springsteel: sleds & ATV’s only. The sandbar is all the farther anyone has ventured out & they’ve done pretty good, there’s a good size crack between the resort & the bar. You’ll see a few small trucks in the bay between them & Warroad spearing northerns. (Not recommending any trucks).


I don’t recall doing a report this early before but a lot have been wondering. When the ice sheet was developing the wind never quit so as a result it’s pretty rough out there so keep your eye’s open. Don’t attempt going out on the ice unless it’s through a resort, they know what’s going on (I say this every year).
Denny’s has a great sale on augers left over from last year & we’re pretty much ready for the season.
We have live suckers & chubs. There was no shiner run this year so it’ll be frozen only.

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny


















3/1/14

Wow guess what? Its blowing again & probably gonna set some more record lows. If your going to venture out this week call ahead.
Anyway just wanted everyone to know that fishing licenses expire the end of this month. Just when we thought the DNR had it right 2 years ago & made the license good for a uninterrupted year (meaning buy for the opener in May & it was good all the way through ice season) they have gone back to the expires on Feb 28th again. This has not been very well if at all communicated to the public. So we don’t want anyone getting hooked because they assumed it was good till the end of April.


All our remaining Augers are on SALE until they’re gone.

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny














02/14/14

No report this week. The resorts are busy reopening there roads again. The winter has been such that either because of the cold or blowing snow it has resulted in more of a road condition report rather than any kind of an accurate fishing pattern. Most if not all have cell phones these days & can get what they want with a touch of a dial.
I will probably not report weekly any longer but rather send out info that would be more beneficial when available.
Anyway this weekend is the annual Springsteel Fishing Tourney, with a ton of prizes again. Sounds like the weekend weather should cooperate for a change.

Don’t forget that Valentine on Friday!!......


All our remaining Augers are on SALE until they’re gone.

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny



















2/7/14

Adrian’s: Open with no restrictions. Roads are good 12 miles out past Pine Island. The resort has been moving houses around trying to keep the usual February lull at bay….

Cyrus Resort: Open with no restrictions. 14 miles of road with a crack at the 6 mile mark, but they have it matted to make crossing with houses not a problem. Fishing is up & down.

Morris Point: Open with no restrictions. Best consistent Walleye fishing is in 28- 29’. They have been doing ok in 32-34’ but a little spottier & more slot fish.

Zippel Bay: Open with no restrictions. Spotty reports in the area, but the igloo caught enough fish to the feed the help fish taco’s the other day.

Long Point: Open with no restrictions.

Babbler’s Road: Reopened to Gull, Arneson’s. Call before you go.

Springsteel: Access is open. New roads plowed to all the reefs. 25-27’ has been best on the west end with a few slot fish & plenty of Perch still.


All our remaining Augers are on SALE until they’re gone.

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny


















1/31/14

Adrian’s: Open with no restrictions. Roads are good 10 ½ miles out.

Cyrus Resort: Open with no restrictions. Plowed out 14 miles however; at the 6 mile mark there is a crack that Roger has matted but is not allowing wheel houses past that point at this time. He has numerous spots plowed inside the 6 mile mark which is about 33’.

Morris Point: Open with no restrictions. Roads are reopened & ready to go 28-32’ best.

Zippel Bay: Open with no restrictions. Igloo & roads are up & running.

Long Point: No report.

Babbler’s Road: closed as of 7:00 a.m. Friday. Call before you go.

Springsteel: Access is open. New roads plowed to all the reefs.

This is more or less a conditions report because of the wind & snow of late. Fishing has been a little more challenging lately with the fish on the east end still on the bottom with more suspended reports as you move west.

We have unbeatable prices on our Jiffy propane & Strike Master Augers. Also receive a FREE Berkley 5 gallon slush bucket with any auger purchase.
The Humminbird 386ci GPS/fishfinder is here with the Lakemaster chip. You’ll need this to get those suspended fish…..

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny




















1/24/14

Adrian’s: Open with no restrictions. 8-9 miles out past Pine Island things have picked up a bit this week. Assuming the fish are on the bottom as no one is talking different. Roads are good.

Cyrus Resort: Open with no restrictions. Roger is plowed out 11 ½ mile in 33-35’ of water & doing well. The Big Pine road is closed to wheeled vehicles; it was too much of a battle with slush to keep it open. So you guys with the sleds & portables might want to take advantage of that with a lot fewer vehicles & commotion going on.

Morris Point: Open with no restrictions. I couldn’t get a hold of Al to get any specifics, but the resort said the roads are good.

Zippel Bay: Open with no restrictions. They have been doing as good in the 24-25’ as the ones fishing in 29’, but Nick is plowing a new road out into 32’ just to satisfy those who insist on going deeper (the road will be called “Hooker”). The igloo is still feedin & fuelin snowmobilers & anglers.

Long Point: No report.

Babbler’s Road: Road opened again to Gull Rock, Arnesons, & 16 Mile reefs.

Springsteel: Access is open. It has been a struggle lately to keep the roads open with the wind & a bit more snow & more snow predicted in the coming days. There best depth has been 23-24’ the reports coming out of Whiskey Flats hasn’t been all that great & the same with south tip. The best news is the jumbo Perch being taken.

We have unbeatable prices on our Jiffy propane & Strike Master Augers. Also receive a FREE Berkley 5 gallon slush bucket with any auger purchase.
The Humminbird 386ci GPS/fishfinder is here with the Lakemaster chip. You’ll need this to get those suspended fish…..

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny



















1/17/14

Adrian’s: Open with no restrictions. They didn’t see the wind & snow that was from the east end of the lake to the west, so business as usual here. Fishing during the week has been good.

Cyrus Resort: When I talked to Roger on Thursday their road was closed because of the wind, but he was planning to start plowing again towards evening. So they will be up & running by Friday a.m. Up until the storm fishing had been awesome.

Morris Point: Was closed Thursday but Al will be up most of the night to reopen the roads for Friday morning & the weekend. They are still in 28-33’ & fishing right off the bottom.

Zippel Bay: Will be open with no restrictions. They should have everything in shape for the weekend. The igloo is sitting out on Zippel reef with spirits, pizza, football & fishing!

Long Point: Call before you go here. Roads are blown shut Thursday & until the dust settles they weren’t sure about Friday.

Babbler’s Road: Road closed on Thursday, better call here too. Richard did have a road to Gull, Arnesons & 16 mile reefs before the wind. Bit of a tip on the fishing in this area is that the fish have been suspended off the bottom a good 10’ sonar’s are marking fish on the bottom but they don’t seem to be as aggressive as the suspended one’s.

Springsteel: Access has been closed since late on Wednesday. Kent figured that sometime Friday morning they’ll have it open again, so you can plan on getting to the sand bar the DNR reef & south tip (were most of there houses are).


There is a road out of Swift ditch again to 5 mile reef. Sounds like fishing is good all along the south shore from Swift to the blinker in Warroad.

We have unbeatable prices on our Jiffy propane & Strike Master Augers. Also receive a FREE Berkley 5 gallon slush bucket with any auger purchase.
The Humminbird 386ci GPS/fishfinder is here with the Lakemaster chip. You’ll need this to get those suspended fish…..

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny

















1/10/14

Adrian’s: Open with no restrictions. Most are fishing deep in 30’+ but a few refuse to leave some of the shallower spots still doing OK in 20’-26’.

Cyrus Resort: Road is open with no restrictions. Roger has a road to the “big pine” now & they have moved out about 7 miles in 33’. He has plenty of spots plowed for wheel houses. The Snyders “Flying Ant” in gold has been the top dog jig.

Morris Point: Open with no restrictions. 31-34’ is where they are fishing with the best results using a white/glow jig.

Zippel Bay: Open with no restrictions. They have plowed a road out to about 30’ called “Honey Hole” doing pretty good & the next two roads in called Bobber & Hunter are doing well too.

Long Point: Open with no restrictions. No report.

Babbler’s Road: Lake access road is finally open & plowed to Gull Rock. Richard claims you can drive to 16 mile reef buy pickup (I’m not so sure about that comment), he didn’t say if there was at least a trail marked or not.

Springsteel: Open with no restrictions. Plowed to all the reefs & out to south tip, fishing in about 24-28’. Good mix of fish including those nice jumbo Perch. This side of the lake the ice is already measuring up to 30” thick in places.

Some bad news to report here; the shiners are done. Adrian’s on the west end have some but we won’t have any more & sounds like Warroad is dried up too.
So we will have frozen shiners, live chubs & suckers & frozen smelt.

There is a road out of Swift ditch again to 5 mile reef. Sounds like fishing is good all along the south shore from Swift to the blinker in Warroad.

We have unbeatable prices on our Jiffy propane & Strike Master Augers. Also receive a FREE Berkley 5 gallon slush bucket with any auger purchase.
The Humminbird 386ci GPS/fishfinder is here with the Lakemaster chip, it is the latest electronics that’ll get your buddies wishin they had one too.

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny















1/3/14

Adrian’s: Open with a limit of 25’ houses for now. Doesn’t seem to matter all that much what depth to fish as the reports from 20’ to +30’ have been very good.

Cyrus Resort: Road is open with no restrictions. Roger has a road to the “big pine” now & they are fishing in 28’ to 31’ with lots of slot fish action & still a real good mix of nice saugers.

Morris Point: Open with no restrictions. Nice walleye bite in 24’- 26’ but need to get a little deeper to pick up the saugers (30’- 32’). Just a quick note on the no restrictions comment; if a sizable crack would develop it could restrict the larger 1 ton vehicles w/large wheel houses & this could be the case at any of the accesses.

Zippel Bay: Open with no restrictions. They are fishing in 23’ to 26’ & doing what Nick calls above average for the year so far. They have roads about ½ ways to Graceton Beach & almost out to “the field” the other direction. The igloo has been opened & sits on the north shelf of Zippel Reef in about 18’- 19’, they will probably start fishing out of it this weekend.

Long Point: Open with no restrictions. Fishing from 25’ to 31’ has been the depths with a few smaller fish during the cold snap.

Babbler’s Road: still closed as of Thursday 1/2/14 with limited parking for sleds & ATV’s. This could change any day now.

Springsteel: Open for business. (This is the same report as last week) Trail marked out to south tip. With the wind blown ice on the west end they have been using a drag to keep the road smooth & not really having to plow, but then the problem is that too many people driving too fast; you must keep it below 20 mph or it will damage the ice with an under ice wave. Fishing has slowed a bit at the sand bar but the DNR reef & south tip have improved.

There is a road out of Swift ditch again to 5 mile reef. Sounds like fishing is good all along the south shore from Swift to the blinker in Warroad.

We have unbeatable prices on our Jiffy propane & Strike Master Augers. Also receive a FREE Berkley 5 gallon slush bucket with any auger purchase.
The Humminbird 386ci GPS/fishfinder is here with the Lakemaster chip, it is the latest electronics that’ll get your buddies wishin they had one too.

We have live shiners, chubs, & suckers along with frozen shiners & smelt.

Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny














12/27/13

Adrian’s: Open with a limit of 21’ houses for now. Fishing is good from Pine Island to about 2 ½ miles out.

Cyrus Resort: Road is open with restrictions on 1 ton’s & 24’ houses. Fishing is crazy good in 28-31’ as quoted by Roger. Nice sauger mix.

Morris Point: Road is open with restrictions on 1 ton’s & 24’ house’s. No specifics on fishing depths or bait being used, but customers coming in with full limits.

Zippel Bay: Open with no restrictions. Fishing good in 20-26’ with roads out to 28’.

Long Point: No report.

Babbler’s Road: still closed with limited parking for sleds & ATV’s.

Springsteel: Open for business. Trail marked out to south tip. With the wind blown ice on the west end they have been using a drag to keep the road smooth & not really having to plow, but then the problem is that too many people driving too fast; you must keep it below 20 mph or it will damage the ice with an under ice wave. Fishing has slowed a bit at the sand bar but the DNR reef & south tip have improved.

There is a road out of Swift ditch again to 5 mile reef. Sounds like fishing is good all along the south shore from Swift to the blinker in Warroad.


We have unbeatable prices on our Jiffy propane & Strike Master augers. The same goes for our Clam popup shelters. Also receive a FREE Berkley 5 gallon slush bucket with any auger purchase plus a free Clam Hoodie with a shelter purchase!
We have electronics replacement batteries charged & ready to go.
The Humminbird 386ci GPS/fishfinder is here with the Lakemaster chip, it is the latest electronics that’ll get your buddies wishin they had one too.

We have live shiners, chubs, & suckers along with frozen shiners & smelt.


Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny


















12/20/13

Adrian’s: sleds & atvs only still with 11-12” in the bay. 14’ & under wheel houses allowed if pulled by sled or ATV. 17’–26’ fishing has been excellent.

Cyrus Resort: sleds & ATV’s & mid size SUVs’ or cars. Roger will pull your wheel house out to one of several plowed areas with his Ranger if you would like. He plans to open to all vehicles December 26th. Fishing has been great in 24’- 28’ good mix with lots of slot fish.

Morris Point: sleds & atvs only hoping to open to all next week also. 21’-24’ doing great here too.

Zippel Bay: same as last week. They are allowing ½ ton pickups on the bay to the lake & from that point its sleds & atvs only. Same great report on fishing here too 14’-24’ & the northern fishing has been pretty decent in the shallow.

Long Point: no report, same as last week. Sleds & ATV’s only. Check at the resort office before you venture out.

Babbler’s Road: Closed, sounds a little iffy around that area some wind damage & the usual battle with cracks, give it one more week.

Springsteel: sleds & ATV’s no plowing done yet. The sandbar has been awesome for the locals that have taken advantage of the early ice.

Ice thickness ranges from 11” to 16” basically nothing is wide open yet watch where your going the deep snow is a better insulator than you think just because its been unseasonably cold lately it hasn’t made that much ice. So once again space yourselves if in a group stay away from the deeper snow & areas known to have current flow.

We have unbeatable prices on our Jiffy propane & Strike Master augers. The same goes for our Clam popup shelters. Also receive a FREE Berkley 5 gallon slush pale with any auger purchase plus a free Clam Hoodie with a shelter purchase!
We have electronics replacement batteries charged & ready to go.
The Humminbird 386ci GPS/fishfinder is here with the Lakemaster chip, it is the latest electronics that’ll get your buddies wishin they had one too.

We have live shiners, chubs, & suckers along with frozen shiners & smelt.


Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny

















12/13/2013

Adrian’s: sleds & atvs only. 14’ & under wheel houses allowed if pulled by sled or atv. 17’ – 24’ fishing has been excellent.

Cyrus Resort: sleds & atvs only. Snow is hard enough for the wheelers to ride on top of the foot of snow that’s out there. Fishing has been great in 24’, anglers commenting they can see minnows pass by there holes from time to time. We didn’t have that last year…

Morris Point: sleds & atvs only. 21’-24’ doing great here too.

Zippel Bay: They are allowing ½ ton pickups on the bay to the lake & from that point its sleds & atvs only. Same great report on fishing here too 14’-24’.

Long Point: sleds & atvs only. Didn’t get any kind of a fishing report here I would expect it to be good also in the usual spots. Be sure to check with the resort before you go out. There has been some slush on top in places.

Babbler’s Road: Closed, sounds a little iffy around that area some wind damage & the usual battle with cracks, give it one more week.

Springsteel: sleds & atvs. The sandbar has been awesome for the locals that have taken advantage of the early ice. No matter where you go this weekend you will probably see a pickup or larger vehicle somewhere, don’t be that person! Stay away from areas that produce current & if in a group space yourselves & your vehicles from one another. As always the resort staff knows best do not alter their recommendations.

We have unbeatable prices on our Jiffy propane & Strike Master augers. The same goes for our Clam popup shelters. Also receive a FREE Berkley 5 gallon slush pale with any auger purchase plus a free Clam Hoodie with a shelter purchase!
We have electronics replacement batteries charged & ready to go.

We have live shiners, chubs, & suckers along with frozen shiners & smelt.


Thanks, be safe & good luck fishin!!
See you soon!
Denny

 
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