Headed out in the late afternoon to the confluence of Parks stream and the Su. Had heard reports of some of the rivers being "iced up". I am thinking "no way." But sure enough got down there and there was anywhere from one to 6 feet or so of shore ice. Fished in between sheets of ice floating down the river.
The fishing wasn't hot except in one little seam, but I managed maybe a dozen grayling in 3 hours, some very nice sized ones on prince nymphs and a marabou bugger with a bead ahead of it. No rainbows for me today.
Not quite ice fishing yet, but it was close. Unless it warms up if you want to get a crack at the fish on the Parks Highway, might want to go now!