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Granite Lake, Maple Lake, Buffalo, and Indian are the best for crappies, especially at night over 24-30 ft. Clearwater, Lake John, Maple Lake, and Indian Lake are good for catching sunfish at 12-14 ft. If you try Clearwater Lake, Cedar Lake, Buffalo Lake, and Lake Sylvia you can find some good...
Even though it has been bitterly cold, Clearwater Lake, Indian Lake, Maple Lake, Lake Sylvia, Granite Lake, and Lake John have been producing some sunfish in 12-14 ft. and crappies suspended over 30 ft. A few people fishing through the cold have caught some walleye and northern pike, but the...
A few anglers are braving the cold to catch some fish. Crappies at 20-24 ft. and sunfish at 12-15 ft. are being located on Lake Sylvia, as well as Clearwater, Indian, Maple and Granite Lakes. The use of tip-ups and small minnows are successful in catching northern pike at 12-15 ft. on most of the...
Northern pike are still active along the 12-15 ft. weeds on most lakes. Fish Indian Lake, Granite Lake, Lake John, Maple Lake, Clearwater Lake, and Lake Sylvia at 10-15 ft. for sunfish or 18-25 ft. for crappies. On Clearwater, Sugar Lake, and Buffalo Lake, you can catch a few walleyes at night in...
Northern pike are being caught recently by using tip-ups, and shiner or sucker minnows in 12-15 ft. of water on Clearwater, Cedar, Maple, and Pleasant Lakes. On Clearwater, Sylvia and Maple Lakes, as well as Lake Francis and Lake John, you’ll find crappies suspended over 20-25 ft. and sunfish in 10...
You will find a few walleyes during the evening hours in 16-24 ft. at Clearwater, Buffalo, and Pleasant Lakes. Most lakes are seeing northern pike being caught by using tip ups and shiner minnows. Fish along the 12-15 ft. weed edges. Lake Francis, Clearwater Lake, Lake John, Pleasant Lake, Lake...
Since there is inconsistent ice depths on most lakes, it is suggested that you use only ATVs at this point. Clearwater and Lake Francis are showing some evening crappie action over 20-25 ft. Fish for northern pike and sunfish in the 8-12-ft. weeds on Indian Lake, Maple Lake, Lake John, Lake Marie,...
Many area lakes have up to 10 inches of ice, but as little as 3 inches on parts of others. There is still a short window to catch walleyes during the evening hours in 16-24 ft. of water on Clearwater, Buffalo, and Big Swan Lakes. You can find crappies in 15-25 ft. during the evening hours on Lake...
Anglers are walking on some areas and using ATVs on others, and ice depths continue to vary from 2-10 inches. Please use caution when venturing out on the ice. Walleyes are being caught on Clearwater, Big Swan Lake, and Buffalo Lake during low-light periods in 16-24 ft. You can find sunfish and...
Adventurous anglers have ventured out onto a few lakes. They have seen spots with up to 5 inches of ice in some locations, but most of the big lakes in the area have a thin layer of ice, with the deepest holes still having open water. Fish Lake Francis if you want crappies or northern pike. Try...

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