Covid-19

Due to the constant changing situations due to the Covid-19 virus, the resort is closed to the public for the time being. We will watch closely to see how things progress, and are hoping all will be good to go … Continue reading

March 09/20

Ice fishing is still going strong on Tunkwa. The ice is approximately 15″, and no sign of any deterioration from run off as of yet. Fish being caught are coming out of the shallower areas of the lake, in close … Continue reading

Feb 09,20

Fish are still biting for some ice fisher’s with stories of larger fish nibbling at their offerings with a few getting hooked but coming off trying to get them up through the hole, looking like nice fish are out there … Continue reading

Jan. 12/20

Winter has arrived at Tunkwa, some fresh snow with rapidly falling temperatures, and they are forecasting some record cold this week. It’s a good week to not be out on the lake, if the forecast is correct. Fishing the past … Continue reading

Dec 27,19

Ice is 7 inches thick with 6 inches of snow on the ice and surrounding areas. Fish have been caught in a few spots around the lake with first light and last light being the best action. Weather is mild … Continue reading

Dec. 08,19

Ice thickness has been taped at 7 inches 200 feet off the resorts shoreline. A few guests did quite well while a few didn’t, nice chunky silver clean fish.

Nov.29,19

4 inches of ice thickness within 200 feet off the resorts shoreline and some of the bays where it’s been frozen for a few weeks. Unsafe to walk across the middle of the lake as it iced up earlier this … Continue reading

Nov. 20,19

Tunkwa lake is now 95% iced over and with the now cooler temps overnight and daytime highs hovering around 0 the ice will start to thicken up daily. We will be updating our fishing reports page more frequently as the … Continue reading

Nov. 9,19

Ice formed from a few weeks ago’s cold spell has now melted besides a few bays where the ice is saturated and disappearing with the over night temps of 3 and rain. Weather outlook will keep it ice free for … Continue reading