It is pricey but you are paying for high speed, reliable internet assuming you can get a clear view of the sky (no tree branch or other obstructions). I have read mostly positive reviews but it comes down to what you are willing to do and/or pay for connectivity.
I did order the kit since Mrs. SkunkedAgain told me to, "...stop being a penny pincher and just do it already." I don't plan to stream as we don't have a tv at the lake, but will use it in order to work remotely so that we can be there more. I am fortunate to be in a position to do so.
Anything possible.....every year different, makes it more fun.
Been hang'n round lake since 1974 n owned island since 1994....fun junk x 100000. Very Special place to me n mine.
One year was in the bay boating March 29th...lake clear on April 2......Couple time lake clear 2nd week April...fun stuff, but cool doing traditional Dock Dip. Major Shrinkage!!!
Here some dates since own island...huge mix. One thing for sure, ICE WILL MELT......but Ya never can tell what goes on down below, as this lake can be more spooky than you or I know.. : )
Big Smiles n Keep on rocken!
Regulations in this instance is meant to preserve a resource meant for all.
I find most who post here have a very healthy CPR ethic. Occasionally keeping wild fish meals is also healthy.
The regulations are merely a check to ensure those with a 'keep all mindset" don't abuse the resource.
I hope you're doing your part @gimruis to ensure a kind and generous of heart mindset.
Words mean things.
I am now good with this happening this weekend or the originally planned 13th as I can now make either date. regardless I still might hit the chain up this weekend. have a spot over on cedar island I want to try out.
You’re gonna be on Winnie already. Just grab up some tullibee there. 30-40 feet of water and watch your electronics. Whatever depth the basin is by your perch spot, just move 30-40 yards or more out from the bottom of the break and you should see some.
If you tip your jig with bait, go minnows or minnow parts over waxies.