Lake Simcoe ICE REPORT Jan.1, 2010
The ice season is now on us and according to the Farmers Almanac we are supposed to have a colder and dryer (less snow) winter then in a normal year in the Lake Simcoe area. That, of course is good news for all fishermen.
Most shallow protected areas on the lake have anywhere from 4 to 7 inches, like south Cooks Bay, Virginia Beach, lower west shore of Cooks Bay, Ojibwa Bay (Lake Couchiching) , Tudhope Park (Lake Couchiching).
Be real careful if you need to get out soon, as the ice has a thin layer of snow on it and is hard to judge the thickness from a distance.
Welcome back to our 2010 ice report.
For regular, detailed ice-fishing/conditions report just go to,
http://www.georginafishingseries.ca/Ice-Conditions.shtml , and click on the section of Lake Simcoe that you are interested in.