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Ice Conditions Today for Lake Simcoe and surrounding lakes - Ice Watch Reports: Winter 2016

Last Updated: Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 10.00 am

Port Bolster- Casey's Fish Huts: ice thickness 9"-12". 10 huts out for perch & whietfish. Good fishing!

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6th Line - Innisfil Jan 12
10-11" of black ice. Hard walking. Perch fishing slow. Saturday afternoon was much better.... Read more
Lake: Lake Simcoe
On Ice:
People Fishing
Ice Huts
ATVs
Snowmobiles
Hotline: Rough Ice

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Birchmere
Put my hut out on Sunday. 12" of slush and frozen slush + a lot of snow on top of 4-5" black ice. In some places slush hasn't frozen. I towed the hut out, anchored it, fished for a few minutes, then left. It's still there, which is a good sign... I saw a couple of ATVs buried up to their nuts in slush getting helped off the lake. Be careful out there! ... Read more
Lake: Lake Couchiching
On Ice:
People Fishing
Ice Huts
ATVs
Snowmobiles
6th Line - Innisfil
30 people on ice at 1 pm. Max 3.5" of black ice close to shore. Farther out 2-3" only. Good perch action: 45-48 fow. I saw a snowmobile riding full speed near the Snake Island.... Read more
Lake: Lake Simcoe
On Ice:
People Fishing
Hotline: Be careful
Lake Couchiching - Birchmere / Borland Avenue December 26, 2013
I just walked out off of Borland St. onto Couchiching, drilling holes and measuring as I went. 50m from shore there was 4"blue + 6"of white. (10" total) I thought I'd died and gone to Heaven, so I carried on. The results were disappointing. 100m from shore there was 4"blue+5"white. (9" total). Another 100m later, and there was only 4.5" of blue, covered with a foot of snow. Water quickly flooded the area I was standing. I could see lots of slush in skidoo tracks around the area. I pushed on another 100m and found a spot where someone else had checked, and decided to use their hole to measure. This was the farthest point I went, and I could see that the other person had turned around, and not fished. Water had pushed up on top of the ice through the hole already, and as I bent over to measure the ice (which was 4"blue with a foot of loose snow/slush on top) the ice started to crack a LOT! I decided to make my way back to shore. Buzz killed. Until tomorrow.... Read more
Lake: Lake Couchiching
On Ice:
Unsafe Ice
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