1. HookedAZ
    4/5,
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    Date:
    May 19, 2017
    Fishing is good and will get better. Some days are limit days, others are slow. Surface water temperature has only been up to 47 degrees. A warming bump in the water temperature could get fish active once again. Most anglers are catching larger rainbow trout only — try baby cow bells or worms fished off the bottom. Orange PowerBait also has been effective. Fish are deeper and still in a winter-type feeding pattern. Try fishing at the mouths of coves. Some fly anglers are having luck with woolly buggers or Warden’s Worry flies. Railroad cove and south cove are okay places to launch boats, south cove is probably better than Railroad.
  2. Jeff k
    5/5,
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    Date:
    Mar 9, 2017
    Inaccessible and ice covered. Ice is still VERY thin and unsafe. During the winter survey on February 16, accessed with snow mobiles, ice was easily broken through just standing on it. Highways 261 and 273 are closed for the winter. Forest roads from the south are not passable due to deep snow.
  3. Reports
    3/5,
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    Date:
    Jan 20, 2017
    Inaccessible and ice covered. Highways 261 and 273 are closed for the winter. Forest roads from the south are not passable due to deep snow.