Was at Renegade bay today. 2 weeks ago the ice was around 36 inches thick, maybe a little less. We setup 50 to 100 yards East of the renegade boat ramp and outhouse. Today we were at the same location. Ice measured 23 inches thick. It is going fast. There was a layer of frozen slush, 4 to 6 inches of water, more frozen slush, more water and then about 4 inches of solid clear ice. 50 yards further to the east, it was again 23 inches thick, but only 1 layer of water separating the frozen slush from the ice. You can drill 4 inches into the slush and the hole will fill with water. The ice is not very hard, it drills extremely fast. Unless it gets cold again, I am through for the year. The ice is getting rotten and weak. There was a group of people all the way across the bay to the North, another to the far East end next to the mountain. A group of 3 snow mobiles rode into the bay area about a quarter mile to the North of us and setup fishing about 11 a.m.. Other than that we had the whole area to ourselves. We stayed until 11:30 and then left. It was hot. I was in my shirt sleeves for a part of the morning. Temp was 43 at the boat ramp when we left to come home. The ice will be on the lake for sometime yet, but as far as I am concerned, it is getting near the rotten stage... very soft. It was 28 degrees when we arrived at the Strawberry Marina at 7:30 a.m. Oh... fishing was okay. All cutts. Caught 1 large bow 2 weeks ago and the rest cuts.