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Has the snow caused the fish to change depths? Was fishing outside of the weedlines & having pretty good luck before the snow and haven't had very good success since the snow. Not asking anyone to give out any secrets, but any ideas would be appreciated. Have fished as deep as 17 and haven't had much luck. Could they have gone shallow with the darker water?

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Wayne Ek

You may want to go shallow. The snow on the ice will cut light penetration to the deeper weedlines, which could cause them to go dormant or die back a little quicker. The shallow weeds which should be getting better light penetration may stay green a little longer and still hold some fish.

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basssmasher*

DVM i live here in Benson too, we need to hook up and get out fishing together... I dont know alot of people from here and I have lived here the last 3 years!!! grin.gif

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