1. Audubon

    Fished Friday night and Saturday on Audubon, (1-7&1-8). Went on at the Totten Trail boat ramp. Friday night was a dead sea. Saturday caught one pike and several small perch. Ice thickness was 20".
    Lake Audubon
  2. Hobart

    Were on Hobart on 12/19, 10" of ice on the North end where we were. Fishing was alright, did better than most that we talked to. Fish came in spurts, about once every 40-60 minutes. What are people seeing for ice thickness around the state?
    Hobart Lake
  3. Devils Lake 2-5 to 2-7

    Started Friday morning off of Grahams island on the old Ziebachs Pass road in 18' of water. Dead sea there, hardly even marked any fish. Packed up Sat morning and after talking to Kyle at Woodland we moved to Creel to a spot they had been catching fish the day before. The fish were there but could not get them to bite. Was hard to be mobile when its -23 out. We ended up with one jumbo perch and 4 dink walleyes coming out of '42 of water. I think Ted put some bad juju on my ice house.
    Devils Lake
  4. East end of Sakakawea (Snake Creek)

    Fished Snake Creek area today. Went out past the last islands from the boat dock, fished in 8-30 feet. Two small perch and two small walleye all from 25-30' of water. Ice was about 6-8". Be careful if fishing this area, best to walk out. Drove over to Ft Stevenson to check it out and the lake is wide open over there. East side boat dock area at Ft Steve is froze over but that is about it. West side dock is wide open.
    Lake Sakakawea
  5. Lake Audubon

    Fished Sat/Sun, (1-11/12), fishing was slow. Fish were biting light. Only kept one 16". Had a couple nice ones around 7 Sat nite. Was fishing in 24' of water. Ice was about 20"
    Lake Audubon

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