Per Mr. Penne is the following:
"Perch numbers are steady. A majority of the population is still below 8", but there are certainly larger perch available. From an ice fishing standpoint, this means anglers are going to have to search a bit to find the bigger perch (10"+), but they are in there. A similar story with the black crappie...lots of smaller fish, but there are still plenty of keepers to be found if anglers are willing to put in the time."
Now onto the ramp repairs:
Both the Port Ramp and Cemetery Ramp have had minor repairs done. Port Ramp requires caution when using it...still very rutty and folks launching water vessels recommend going very slow reducing the amount trailer bouncing to prevent damage.
Pineview is roughly 40% capacity maybe a titch lower. Lots of exposed shorelines and boaters please use caution as there are a lot of unexposed sandbars/shelfs/points just a few feet under the water especially in the middle inlet portion of Pineview.
Location: Lake Katchabigun
Once you know everything about anything its what you learn afterwards that counts.
Skunked, we never get skunked its the fish getting skunked as they just kept missing our lures.