Normally that lake will freeze first of January, this year it has had 4-5 additional weeks of ice. I have found the same situation. head to the opposite end of the lake on warmer days, as there is a little flowage of oxygenated water down there.
Also, the first point on your right as you travel out, has a weed line 17-21' just prior to the point. I have found green weeds here late in the year. The perch move in there as well. Important to use motor oil plastics to mimic the blood worms in there.Use these tails on bluegill fry jigs that mimic the bait-fish nursery that exists here.
Once you nab a decent gill or perch in there, check out the stomach contents, you will be surprised how much it has changed since early ice.
This is all assuming you are referring to the lake we speak of on a regular basis.
Punched 10 holes off that point from 7 feet of water to 20' a week ago in front of the green house. I got no bites but, I was fishing with minnows looking for perch and specks. Maybe I should go back there with waxies. How have you been doing on the pike this year Robert?