NOV. 18,17

Ice thickness is just under 6 inches with a couple centimeters of snow on top of the ice. There have been people ice fishing off the day use site and around Bird Sanctuary Island the past week.

Oct. 15,17

Cooler nights and days have dropped water temps. Fish have been seen porpoiseing in shallow water and anglers fishing a few feet below the surface have been catching fish to 3lbs. Fish are in great shape and have been taken … Continue reading


Some unstable weather since the last report, including waking up to the hills around Tunkwa covered in snow! A fair bit of rain in the area to, and the campfire ban was lifted on Friday! Weather has certainly improved, with … Continue reading


Fall has definitely arrived to the Tunkwa area. We’ve awoke to a couple morning with temps in the -6C range! This past week we saw lots of wind, stirring the lake up pretty good, and making fishing a bit tougher. … Continue reading

Sept. 14, 17

Fall has arrived with temps down to 0 and highs to 15 with a North-west wind direction. trolling kwick fish, Bingo bugs and hot shots over the weed beds has produced fish to just over 3 lbs. Worm under a … Continue reading

Sept. 4,17

Fishing is a bit slow, fish have been caught mainly trolling. Pumkinheads, halfbacks, blue Maroon leeches are picking up fish along with attractor patterns. Chironomid fisherman have been getting a few on Bloodworms, #14 dark green, John Kent’s Ductape,Smoke,Elvis patterns. … Continue reading


Fishing got a bit on the tougher side up here at Tunkwa since the last report. Chironomids were still hatching during the early part of the week, and fishing was good. Thursday saw a cold front rip through, complete with … Continue reading

Aug. 21, 2017

Fishing remained good and constant since the last report. A windy unstable day on Friday made it a tough day, but other then that, it’s all been good. Chironomids continue to hatch in a variety of sizes. Lots of bomber … Continue reading


Tunkwa has been experiencing some nice weather, with some nice clearing skies, and even a couple days with rain falling good during the nights. Nights have been nice and cool, often dropping to single digits, but days are nice and … Continue reading

Aug. 9,17

Trolling the Coho Killer flat fish in F-5 size is working well along with leeches in green and maroon. The pumpkinhead also picked up fish. Water temps are still cool at the surface,66-68 Deg. Chironomids of sized 16 to 10 … Continue reading