- Canopy, 4 pedestal seats, swim ladder, lights, depth finder for 8 people
- $900/wk. or $200/day incl. Boat lift.
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Ice fishing on Woman Lake is also particularly good, with excellent areas right outside your front door. For advice on locations, techniques and resources, check out www.icefishingworld.com and get those tip-ups ready!
In recent years, large Crappies seem to show up anywhere, but you can also find a good “crappie hole” in the bulrushes, bays and cane, and Otter Bay is excellent as soon as the ice is out.
Sunfish, Bluegills and jumbo Perch are often easy hunting in weed and cabbage beds, with a bobber or small jig. Middle of the day works well.
Most Muskies are taken at the edge of cabbage lines, or off of underwater humps. Early morning and evening are best, and when the weather is hot and humid and the water flat. The largest Muskie of the state was taken in 1987, at over 40 lbs.
Smallmouth bass can be found on shallow to medium depth rocky reefs when spawning, and in deeper water when not. Natural baits and plastic worms can work well, with fish in the 5-6 pound class. They can also be picked up while trolling the grassy flats.
Largemouth bass is a favorite of those anglers who like to fish in the very early morning and late evening. Surface plugs along the line of rice paddies work consistently well. Lantern Bay, with its thick weeds, lily pads and grass is often a great spot. And don’t leave your flyrod at home…this lake is great for evening fly fishing.
Trolling for Northern Pike can produce fish all day long and into the night. Channels and the water between points are often good, and cool water is best. Four to six pounders abound, and 15 – 20 pounders are not uncommon.
Walleyes are best hunted at night, on cloudy days, or when there is chop on the water, due to the exceptional water clarity. The rock bar at Governor’s Point is a favorite spot, as are the flats and the east shore. Opening day on Woman Lake is always very busy!