The ice is getting better by the day. I’ve found anywhere from 13″-20″ of solid ice. Most lakes have significant vehicle traffic with some plowed roads. If you have 4 wheel drive you should be able to get around off road fairly well.
Walleye are biting well in 15′-30′ feet of water near points or deep water. Early morning or evenings have been the best action. Shiners and fathead minnows have both been producing well. Use a plain #4 hook or small #4 jig for set lines under a bobber. My preferred bait for jigging is a small Frostee or Tingler spoon.
Crappie have been biting well in the evening suspended over deeper basins 15′-25′. They are usually 2/3rd of the way down in the water column. A small crappie minnow on a plain #6 hook or small #6 jig under a bobber will get the job done. My preferred bait for jigging is #12 Lindy Toad and a euro larva. Work the jig slowly up in the water column to make the fish commit to biting.
Good luck and enjoy the wonderful Alexandria lakes area!