Anyone know about people renting out ice houses on lake Audubon?
Lake Audubon (Overview)
Lake Audubon - North of Coleharbor (walleye, perch, smallmouth bass - fishing pier).
How's the access on audabon?
Fished from 20-40', popped 20+ holes. Marked fish but biting was a different story. Ended up with 3 perch and 2 walleye
Fished 18-22 ft off Totten Trail Sun-Mon, overnighted. 3 on camera, no takers. Moved house, access is getting sketchy due to blowing snow, got 4 wheeler hung up many times...but somebody has been plowing ramp so should be good next weekend. Good ice, 15-16".
Went out on East totten trail by the bar on Thursday. Caught one pike all morning. Counted 13 ice castles out on the lake. Ice is 15". Easy access with drifts here and there.
Fished the Bisman Reel and Rec tourney just southwest of the totten trail ramp in 15 fow on a hump. Water is crystal clear only had two pike roll through (one was a monster) and they werent interested at all. Had tipups out with smelt and jigged from the ice shack.
A friend and I went fishing on Audubon Sunday morning. Fished from 8:00-3:30pm, pretty slow. Caught one small walleye in 20 FOW and I hooked up with a fish in the icehouse but it got off. Felt like a decent pike. The icehouse was on 10 FOW. Not real sure where I should have been fishing to target walleye, still learning all this stuff by trial and error
Fished east end about 6 fow. Action was slow caught more perch than eyes about 4 eyes and 6 0r 7 perch.
First time out with the wife this year, things were pretty slow. Death rigs, and spinners with crawlers and minnows. 6 walleyes 1 26" (CPR), the rest 14" and under. Kept 2 14s and a few decent smallies for the table. Fished 9-14 feet mostly, water ranged from 60-65 degrees as the day warmed up. Hope it picks up soon.