March 12/15

Tunkwa ICE is UNSAFE A couple of holes were drilled in the ice this morning. First 2 inches was solid ice, below that the water has saturated the ice filling the hole with water. We’d highly recommend staying off the … Continue reading

March 9/15

Some beautiful daytime weather up here, lots of sun and warmth. Bring your sunscreen!!! Nightime temps are staying below freezing keeping ice conditions OK. Ice varies in thickness but is 15 plus inches in most spots. Inlet and outlet areas … Continue reading

Feb 23/15

Beautiful spring like conditions up here at Tunkwa, with the day time temps hitting plus 7 or so in the bright sun! Bring your sunscreen!!! Nights are staying below freezing and keeping the lake ice solid and SAFE. The ice … Continue reading

Feb 10/15

Some unreal mild temperatures in the area, have created conditions typically seen in late March or early April! All of our snow has melted, and we’ve seen some incredible run off happening over a really short period of time. The … Continue reading

Feb 6/15

Ice is safe! Lots of inquiries about the ice conditions with all the milder temps this winter. Tunkwa/Leighton still has plenty of safe ice, with thickness varying from 16 -18″. Right now the surface is very slick, with water pooling … Continue reading

Jan. 26/15

Ice fishing was very good this past weekend, with some really intense flurries of action on Saturday morning. The trout wanted worms fished under an aggressively jigged spoon, our ‘Tunkwa rigs’ proved to be very effective on them. The change … Continue reading

Jan. 12/15

Tunkwa continues to fish through the ice very well, with lots of rainbow trout being caught.Varied locations are producing, but most not far from weed edges. Trout to over 4 lbs were landed. Shrimp, krill or worms continue to be … Continue reading

Jan 9/15

Busy weekend on Tunkwa, but reports coming in from most ice fishermen, was positive, with some nice trout coming up through the ice. Finding weed-lines, away from surface activity is key. Trout to 3.5lbs were landed by guests. Some more … Continue reading