Nov. 18,23

Tunkwa Lake  iced over Thursday morning besides a small hole in the middle where a hundred or more ducks kept it open with eagles occasionally swooping over for the hole to try to pick them off. Lots of windy weather … Continue reading

Nov. 11, 23

The shoreline  edges and bays froze over earlier this week but has melted overnight with the brisk winds and above freezing weather. It should ice over this coming Monday night with the -8 temperatures forecasted and no wind and stay … Continue reading

Sept. 8, 23

Surface water temps have dropped and reached 60 Deg, transitioning the lake to fall fishing. Overnight temps dropped to 0 during the week with sunny, calm and clear blue skies. Unlike last fall so far it’s a seasonal start to … Continue reading

Aug. 24, 23

Fishing has been slowly getting better as chironomid hatches are getting larger in size and more areas of the lake are seeing hatches. mainly #12’s are coming off in various colors, fish are feeding from taking adults off the surface … Continue reading

August 5, 23

Fishing has gotten better as there have been a few chironomid hatches in various areas of the lake. Fish come through and stick around feeding on the hatch and fishing has been good at those times, hatches stop or thin … Continue reading

July 13, 23

Not much change since the last report. Lots of damsels, small caddis and scuds in the shallows providing plentiful food for the fish. Even fishing patterns to match have been tough. Mornings and evenings are the most productive along weed … Continue reading

July 2,23

Fishing continues to be spotty although picking up at times. We have finally had 3 days of strong Southerly winds and last night at 10 the winds switched to North and blew 30k plus for a number of hours giving … Continue reading

June 25, 23

Fishing has picked up as the chironomid hatches have picked up with fish coming out of the weeds. Chromies, Elvis, black, G & R, limeys and bloodworms have caught fish. Pumpkinheads and Vampire leeches casted/stripped  or balanced under an indicator, … Continue reading

June 21,23

The past week we have had much windier weather and cool temperatures with a lot of rain dropping surface temps down to 59 from 69 Deg. Fish are more active and coming out of the weeds more than the past … Continue reading

June 4, 23

Fishing continues to be very spotty with not much change from the last report with only very small chironomids coming off now. Fish have been seen on sonar more the past couple days  throughout the water column. Trollers using Hot … Continue reading