Ice thickness is between 9 and 10 inches with a foot of snow on the ice creating a few slushy spots. We have had just a few folks fishing recently who caught fish to 16 inches although larger ones we … Continue reading
Ice is 3 1/2 inches thick 50 feet off the resorts shoreline, other areas of the lake may have less ice. The lake froze over after thawing 3 times the past 3 weeks due to the warmer weather and has … Continue reading
Fishing the past week has been good fishing in shallow water, water temps are down to 45 Deg. Water boatman, small damsel nymphs, scuds from #12 down to #18, pumkinheads and small caddis nymphs produced fish. Weekend fishers had a … Continue reading
Fishing continues to be good the past week besides yesterday where one had to work harder to get into them. Fish have been caught with worm under a float if anchored, Kwik Fish, Hot Shots and spinners working if trolling, … Continue reading
Summer like conditions earlier in the week made for comfortable fishing. Scuds(shrimp) have been the hot fly weather stripped slowly or quickly and even under the indicator, static or twitched with varying retrieves has been productive, One must fish next … Continue reading
We have been open for a couple weeks now, sorry for the lack of reports as we have been busy getting up to speed. Fishing over the last few days has been good using various methods. Worm under a float … Continue reading
We are back open, the evacuation order has been downgraded to just an alert.
The resort has been evacuated due to the proximity of the Tremont Creek Wildfire.
Fishing has picked up as chironomid hatches have been coming off in size #12’s. Some are doing very well, others good and others not as good. Larger fish are coming out of the weeds into deeper water but not on … Continue reading
Fishing has improved over the weekend as larger chironomids have started to hatch. Surface temps have been dropping daily with it being 68-69 yesterday. Throat samples have shown large #12 pupae and large bloodworm and less or no scuds and … Continue reading