Feb 5/18

Another busy weekend up here at Tunkwa!
A bit more snow came down, but we’re still seeing still milder temps.
Fishing reports we got from guests were all over the place, some doing very well, others just an odd fish here and there, and some, reporting no luck. It sounds like it’s just a matter of being in the right place at the right time. Heard reports of steady hot action when the schools of trout would pass by. Moving around on the lake and drilling until you find the fish, is really key at this time of the year. Early morning and last light saw the better bights come on. Still plenty of ice out there, 14″, and very little slush.
Conservation officers were on the lake this weekend, great to see! Make sure you have your fishing liscence on you, as you never know when your going to get checked!

Picture from guest Pat H. from Saturday. “Who needs a tape measure”?

Jan. 29/18

For the most part, fishing was slow for many of our guests this past weekend. We missed most of the snow and storms around the Tunkwa area, only receiving a couple inches in total over the weekend, but the passing … Continue reading

Jan. 22/18

Ice fishing Tunkwa/Leighton has been pretty steady for most of our guests, if you find them, they are there in good sized schools, and tend to be feeding. Action can be fast when a school passes through. If you don’t … Continue reading

Jan 17,18

Fish have been still quite active this past weekend hitting the flashers as guests jig. Switching up to flashers with a hook instead of having a jig/hook with worm 12-14 inches below the flasher. Some did fairly well while others … Continue reading

Jan 6,18

Happy New Year! Temperatures have warmed up to around 0 and no breeze. Ice is 12 inches thick with a foot or so of snow on it. There are wet spots on the ice as the snow is insulating the … Continue reading

Jan. 6,18

Happy New Year! Temperatures have warmed up to around 0 and no breeze. Ice is 10 inches thick with a foot or so of snow on it. There are wet spots on the ice as the snow is insulating the … Continue reading