First, Second, Third and Center reef are accessible with light motorized transportation. 5-9 inches of ice respectively across different areas of the bay. Bring your ice cleats. The strong winds yesterday blew much of the ice clear of snow. We’ve had a little warm up today with a high of 36 this afternoon and dropping down to below freezing temps Friday and through the weekend. I’ve had visual accounts of light machine traffic all over the bay. I intend on measuring ice tomorrow through out Little Bay de Noc. If you were able to brave the 20+ mile an hour sustained winds and 40 mph gusts yesterday. The perch bite slowed a bit. Anglers are still catching quite a few undersize walleyes. Jiggin Raps, Moonshine Lures and Swedish Pimples are back on again. A sunrise picture today is of our 16′ drop down sleeper wagon. Our guests from Eagle River, WI had bait and supplies delivered this morning and couldn’t believe how comfortable it was in such brutal weather yesterday.
Increasing. your odds,