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  • tjm
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    Originally posted by cube01 View Post

    Hope that helps.
    It does help, thank you...

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  • cube01
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    Originally posted by tjm View Post
    Please define 'open'...do you mean there's a fishable seam at the mouth or is it open enough to run a boat? ....
    At the trail at the end of Talkeeta it was open water upsteam and downstream as far as I could see, and banks on both sides. (Then walls of snow on both sides on the banks)
    I can't speak for any other portion of it though.

    Hope that helps.

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  • tjm
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    Originally posted by cube01 View Post
    the Talkeetna River is open. Was there on Saturday.
    Please define 'open'...do you mean there's a fishable seam at the mouth or is it open enough to run a boat? ....

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  • kwackkillncrew
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    went and had a bonfire and beers at jim creek.. the knik has some open water also

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  • cube01
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    Originally posted by icb12 View Post
    Not even close to enough ice gone to fish yet. I like where your head is at though.
    Agreed... Willow is the most thawed of them up there, a little open water but not enough to fish... If you want to go to the mouth and check there, bring snow shoes.

    If you really want to get a line wet, the Talkeetna River is open. Was there on Saturday.

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  • icb12
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    Not even close to enough ice gone to fish yet. I like where your head is at though.

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  • AKmud
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    Went by yesterday on a ride to Talkeetna.... Saw a little open water, but it would be tough to fish. Won't be long though.

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  • monk2015
    started a topic Willow ice out?

    Willow ice out?

    Does anyone know if the river has started to thaw enough to fish yet?

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