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    Has anyone been up there lately?
    I was wondering how thick the ice is.
    I need to go somewhere tomorrow and I was thinking about trying it out.


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    Call Seward Forest Service Rangers at 907-288-7748.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveAK View Post
    Call Seward Forest Service Rangers at 907-288-7748.
    Thanks
    I'm header there now and I'll report when I get back


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    There was around 10" of ice just out from the pull off.
    Fishing was slow. I cough a few, but no size.


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    I think there are 3 types of fish to catch there Rainbow , Dollies , [ Char ] an I could be wrong but some Lake trout ? what type did you get ?
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    All were dollies.


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    Can someone tell me what part of the lake would be a good place to start? I would like to get out there this winter. I never fished that lake but I have always wanted to.

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    not sure as to where to fish, I fave seen a few cars on the turn out on the HWY. in about the middle of the lake , they fish a little ways of shore ,the lodge people did not want people to park in there lot, so few choices , have looked at the stocking program about type of fish stocked
    there could not find any info on the lake trot, but many years passed some one told me about stocking some in passed years so I just don't know
    what is in there, Rain bows an Dollies for sure , I have gotten some there , SID

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    Thanks for the help. I have seen a couple people from time to time go out from the pull off too. I guess I will just take some time and move around until I find them. I have an underwater camera so I will just out some holes in the ice and peek around.

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    not sure but the inlet could be a good spot to try first more O2 in the water for the fish SID
    PS watch the ice thickness if you get to close to the input 2 pull outs 1 at the input an one down near the Lodge ,

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