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    Default ice conditions

    I've checked around and can't seem to find any infor on ice conditions . I want to try my luck at one of the lakes near fairbanks .

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    What Lake ??? Look into ice thickness or fairbanks ice condition threads. We have had plenty of comd temps so all lakes should be fine.

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    Default ice conditions

    Birch Lake . . . There is big lake trout in that lake

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    Default Lakers?

    You will need to use the "Force" to catch any Lakers at Birch Lake.

    I would try Harding Lake, North Twin Lake, or Fielding Lake.

    Have fun let us know how you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultra mag View Post
    Birch Lake . . . There is big lake trout in that lake

    Like the Jedi has said, you need the force to catch Lakers in Birch. There are no lake trout in birch lake. Try Harding or North Twin. They are the closest and you should have decent luck there.

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    You can get ice thickness reports from the F&G site, from the National weather service or on iceshanty.com. I posted a whole bunch of links in the Alaska section, so look there.

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    Default NWS Ice thickness

    Here are a few links from the National Weather Service on ice thickness

    http://aprfc.arh.noaa.gov/ice/it_pacr.php

    http://aprfc.arh.noaa.gov/php/icedb/...er&obyear=2007

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