By Brandon Enroth
In his most recent fishing report, DoorCountyDailyNews.com Correspondent J.J Malvitz reports ice depth ranging in certain areas between eight to twelve inches in different bays throughout the area. To listen to his full report, his latest ice fishing report listed below:
Because ice conditions vary, it is important to know conditions before heading out the door. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources does not monitor local ice conditions or the thickness of the ice. Local bait shops, fishing clubs and resorts serve winter anglers every day and often have the most up-to-date information on how thick the ice is on local lakes and rivers, as well as areas that are especially dangerous.
For continuous coverage of local ice fishing conditions, stay tuned to the radio stations of DoorCountyDailyNews.com for more of Captain Malvitz’s fishing reports.