I've been getting into ice fishing this year for the first time. And yes, I live in the ice fishing capital of the world... sad, I know. We live on a lake that is pretty much impossible for the public to get to. The public access is on the other side of some narrows that rarely ever freezes enough to pull houses on. The only people who ice fish on the main part of the lake are homeowners. So there is barely any fishing pressure on it. You would think the fishing would be great. Especially since the DNR claims there are a lot of good sized walleyes and pike. It has been tough trying to figure this lake out. There isn't a lot of mid-lake structure. Just points and bays. So we've been poking around here and there trying it out. Caught a couple small walleyes (14" and 15"), few small pike, and a lot of perch in the last couple week.