Before the snow and the wind hit, the perch and walleyes were on fire at Whitewood with some very nice fish. Once we get ice this lake will get a huge amount of pressure as the word is out!
Fishing at Chamberlain has been pretty good with walleyes being taken both from shore and out in the boat. From Shore a crappie rig and a minnow are doing the trick. In the boat most guys are jigging 1/2 oz jigs (or smaller) with a minnow. The bight is light so be ready!
Not a lot of guys going out but those that are seem to be doing fairly well. Beaver after 4:00 pm for walleyes is the local favorite. If you are headed to the Webster are try fishing in and around any running water. and you should find walleyes.
If you have small kids, go to Alvin, Lakota or Rollings (Hudson) and you should catch some small crappies and bluegills. Not very big but the kiddos will have fun!
The spillway in back of the Morrell plant is putting out northerns and walleyes. Large minnows seem to do the trick. If you dont mind losing a few, Raps are working as well but expect to lose a few due to the snags.
You won't catch a limit but you should catch at least a few at E. Oakwood. Perch and walleyes. Nothing huge but decent enough to keep.
One report of trout at family park. A guy says he got his limit. Also some perch at Scotts.