We have plenty of ice going into March and folks are driving out on it at Gull Lake. Fishermen on Gull are catching smelt, perch, crappies, pike and even a few rainbow trout.
Anglers out on Rupert Lake have also caught a few trout lately, and one guy pulled a 42-inch pike out through the ice. Other good spots for some northern pike fishing now have been Sugarloaf Lake, Twin Lakes, Crooked Lake, and Long Lake.
Crappie fishermen have been getting some good ones on Bankson Lake, Hogsett Lake, and Portage Lake.
The best lakes reporting some bluegill action are North Lake, Gourdneck Lake, Lake of the Woods, Fish Lake, Hemlock Lake and Maple Lake.
Walleye anglers have had a little luck out on Gravel Lake and Fine Lake this week. There was a 5-pounder landed out on Fine that was caught on a Jiggin' Rap.
There are no river reports right now - they are all iced up.
For more updates on local fishing conditions give us a call at 269-372-2277. D&R Sports Center is open seven days a week. Click here for directions and store hours.