Ice thickness varies from 2 to 6 inches on much of the lake, and warm weather and wind have limited additional ice from developing during the past week. With that, there has been some activity, mainly close to shore on certain parts of the lake. The Third River area has seen better ice – 7 to 9 inches – and spearing for pike has been decent. A few panfish also are being caught. In Tamarack Bay, spearing has started, along with some perch and walleye action in 8 to 12 feet.