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Hey all Ice is forming great here with the cold temps, sounds like most roads will be open for most vehicles by next weekend, but if you are going to try to fish the river be very carefull ask before you travel on the river, The fishing is very good in depths anywhere from 14 to 26 ft. of water, shiners, chubs, frozen shiners are the choice baits. many types of tackle are working as in it's presentation also is a big key. take care of the road maintainers and they will take care of you! Steve at logcabinbait

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Thanks for the report Steve! Looking forward to getting up there and start fishing! Save some minnows for me! Bob

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Steve: Thanks for the update. Good advise as well, hold a scoop or two of shiners, see on the 26th at 1000AM... Bill

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