Reply by: malty falcon Posted: Mar. 30, 10:50:55 AM Points: 6002
I haven’t been up recently, but .... This time of year, the ice usually melts along the edges on the north shore, making it sloppy or wet in afternoons. A plank MAY be necessary if you enter ice at Dexter Point. South shore also has access if you turn left just before dam, winding around to the south and east.
I wouldn’t bother with the upper lake, access is tough and lakers are scarce.
Do you have any update @lazer Sharp? Is there any open water near the shore? I'm thinking about going there, not to ice fish, but to try catch some hungry lakers adventuring into shallow water for food.
Fished Twin Lakes 5/14, no ice, water level is low, several feet from the end of the boat ramp. Ramp as of tuesday, ramp is closed. I would guess water would need to come up at least onto the ramp to open. If runoff gets going it won't take long.