One more day and night of seasonable temperatures before some colder air sets into the Oneida Lake region, which should help ice conditions on the lake. Starting tomorrow, we have three nights in a row with single-digit temperatures, before things warm up a bit for the start of next week. People are now accessing the lake from most places, we are getting reports from 5-6″ of ice, a good amount of yesterday’s snow either blew off or created drifts, which you should expect to find many of. Conditions are finally improving on the north shore, but we are getting some nice reports from the south side in 20+ FOW for walleye, also some giant perch are being taken from several points along the south shore. We do have reports of a nasty pressure crack off Lewis Point, drifting snow making cracks difficult to see. Still getting reports of machines going through with a lot of variable ice remaining.