If you’re heading here with Deep Creek ice fishing in mind we recommend you bring your kids or a good friend to keep you company out there. The Lake Pointe Inn is a great place to enjoy . If you’re all fished out after one day on the lake consider hitting the slopes for some . Or maybe you’d prefer to snuggle up with a good book and enjoy the Deep Creek view from beside one of our cozy fireplaces. A lovely cocktail hour with hors d’oeuvres and wine will be a lovely finish to any of your preferred winter activities, just before you head to one of our great local restaurants for a warm meal. We look forward to seeing you this winter. Stay warm!
January and February are the months where the ice is usually at its thickest, making fishing the safest. You want to stick to ice that looks blue or clear, as opposed to gray or anything slushy. Four inches is the minimum depth you’re looking for. If you won’t have a ice fishing shelter you’ll definitely want to bring a chair or something else to sit on. A tip-up flag is a great thing to have that will add to your time for companionship by freeing you up from standing over your hole in the ice. The Deep Creek State Park has a great for Deep Creek ice fishing, which would be a great thing to familiarize yourself with before you head out.