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We are heading up to Canada for our annual trip, but we are going a bit later this year(May 28th). With the ice-out ahead of schedule, I am worried the lakers won't be as shallow as they normally are. Where would I look for them if they are not in shallow, and what techniques should I try? Thanks, Andy.

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Thats really not late and depending on the lake size the trout should still be in fairly shallow water. I've gotten laker's on Memorial weekend no more then 20' down. Having said that you shouldn't have to switch up techniques all that much. At most adding a bit of lead in fount of a spinner or upping jig weight one size. A thermometer to get water temps at varying depths can save you a lot of time finding lakers. Between that and sonar you should get dialed in to what depths to target.

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Thanks, I will give that a shot.

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