We went Sunday (the 10th). Slough looked solid, and Krielly was probably 6-8 inches on the front half. A ranger told the group next to us that the back half of the lake was sketch, but by now, I'd imagine it's solid.
They were hitting real timidly Sunday. I'd recommend spring bobbers. I think that's what they call the little strips you add to the end of your line? You can get em at Wally World for about a buck.
My buddy Jevan and I w/ a double
My wife w/ her first fish ever through the ice!
My daughter's getting very close to fishing. You can see the sketch ice aways behind us.
I think unless we get a sudden warm spell the ice'll be fine...
Be ready for light bites. Use the lightest, most sensitive rods,* spring bobbers, and very small jigs. You should catch a bunch. We ran into Mattsabasser up there (great guy) and he was catching too.