Down below are the latest ice fishing reports of both the Lower Peninsula and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Most of the southern half of the Lower Peninsula has mixed reports, however the Upper Peninsula has good safe ice fishing.
Stay tuned for more information on ice fishing in Michigan.
Lake Erie: Those fishing in 4 to 5 feet of water off the Metro Park Marina have caught bluegills around the docks. Lexington: Ice anglers in the harbor are getting some perch and rainbow trout when using wax worms and minnows.
Saginaw River: The ice is not safe.
Detroit River: Good for perch in and around the canals near Gibraltar.
Grand River at Grand Rapids: Steelhead are still being caught on spawn bags. Walleye also were caught.
Lake Lansing: Ice thickness is not consistent, so anglers need to use caution.
Hubbard Lake: Good walleye fishing for ice anglers.
Houghton Lake: Fair to good for walleye.