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Question by jamesti. Uploaded on February 14, 2009
Not me. The rivers barely thawed and trout doesn't open for exactly 14 days 6hrs from now. Catch and keep that is.
Thought about going to Shaver's Fork this weekened...canceled that one. The stream is full of fish here in WV.
Yea, tons of Gills and carp.
Stripers bite well this time of year in Lake Lanier (GA).
Tons of Gills, Perch, and Crappies. No words of trout. I got a few bass through the ice a couple days ago.
I have been having great success for bluecats and Largemouth bass.
Spent the day on the river on 2/10 for steelhead. No steelhead, but did catch some browns.
Not yet, but i might try today since the ice is melted. Hope im lucky.
Speckled trout, redfish, a few flounder and lots of crappie. Will try white bass later this month.
'gills, perch and lost a big pike, through the ice
Rainbows and BIG browns
Catching perch, rainbows, bass, bluegill and tiger muskie through the ice.
Stripers and crappies too.
Most of the lakes here (colorado) are still frozen, and trout in the rivers are very hard to catch this time of year. So unless your ice fishing, no fish here.
Striper Bass and Crappies!!!
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