I keep getting good reports from guys that are out. It seems like a little bit of everything is biting.
Panfish: The Phantom and Genessee Lakes have been giving up some decent gills in 6-10 feet of water. You need some green weeds or sumberged wood to find the better fish.
Pike: Hitting shiners on tip-ups pretty much all over the area. Large shiners seem to be catching more fish right now.
Walleye: Pine, Labelle, Nagawicka and Oconomowoc have all given up some quality fish in the last two weeks. Labelle has been producing steady action over the shallow flats. The fish are running undersized with the 20" size limit out there. Nagawicka has been giving up some keepers though.
Be careful out there. The ice is a little suspect, and it was pretty warm on Christmas Day. I'd stay close to the shallow water until we get another solid cold snap.