Crappie, bass bites emerging in shallower waters.
Cold snap stalls spring, but the fish don’t seem to mind.
Bass getting most of the attention as state waterways/fisheries warm up.
Largemouth bass action picking up as spring nears.
Ice was slow to arrive, quick to exit. So what’s it all mean for the fishing?
After statewide freeze, thoughts of spring arrive. What might that mean for fishing across the state?
With a hard winter freeze expected to hit the entire state, more anglers will have an opportunity to do some ice fishing before the weather breaks and open water returns in the bottom half of the state.
Ice is more solid in the northern part of the state; south bass in are in winter mode.
Perch still in play in harbors; panfish hot in the southern part of the state.