It depends on what part of the state your in middle of the state the lakes get hit pretty hard. But if you go north or south there are still some lakes that arent getting worked over as much. To many people fishing these days around the st cloud area the lakes arent what they used to be.
Waiting patiently for our first ice here near Indy, should be good in a couple of days. Looks like it could stick around for a couple of weeks, which would get us close to March, and then I really get the morel shakes.
I had my ice shack out on Osakis this year. Was able to get out just before New Years. Did pretty good! Stayed out there 2-4 days every other weekend. Brought home 1 or 2 family sized meals every trip. Walleyes and crappies mostly. Crappies were all 11.5-14". A few jumbo perch and northerns sprinkled in. DNR stopped by twice and commented we were doing the best on the lake, so we must have been doing something right...
Can't wait to get out walking soon!
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