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WHIRLING DISEASE -- For waters indicated, please prevent the spread of WHIRLING DISEASE by cleaning mud from waders and equipment. DO NOT TRANSPORT any parts of fish caught here to other waters. Click here for DWR information.

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY -- For more information on individual lakes and fish species: Click here for DWR information.

Beaver Mountain Lakes

Rainbow Trout

(Jan 16) All lakes are ice-capped, but access is limited by heavy snow.

Beaver River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jan 29) Lower: The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools.

Upper: Anchor ice often makes winter fishing difficult.

(Jan 16) Some surface ice may have retreated with recent mild temperatures. The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools.

Regulations

Benches Pond Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jan 30) Access by foot from the road is not possible. There aren't many ice fishing trails and holes, which usually suggests that fishing is slow.

(Jan 22) Access by foot from the road is not possible. There aren't many ice fishing trails and holes, which usually suggests that fishing is slow.

Regulations

Blacksmith Fork River

Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Whitefish

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jan 30) The water is open. Many of the ice sheets have started melting, but please be careful when venturing out. There have been some midge hatches in the afternoons. Try fishing from noon to 3 p.m., using midge patterns (with a tungsten beadhead) and egg patterns.

(Jan 23) The second dam has open water, but there is ice on the bank. Please be extremely cautious.

(Jan 15) The second dam has open water, but there is ice on the bank. Please be extremely cautious.

(Jan 8) The lower portion of the river (at the mouth of the canyon) is covered with ice, and the ice continues up through Blacksmith Fork Canyon. Use caution. Third Dam is frozen but the ice isn't stable.

Boulder Mountain Lakes

Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jan 29) Changes have been made to seasonal closures for Boulder Mountain lakes in 2015. Most lakes are now open year-round, but check the new Utah Fishing Guidebook to see which lakes are closed for the winter.

(Jan 16) Changes have been made to seasonal closures for Boulder Mountain lakes in 2015. Most lakes are now open year-round, but check the new Utah Fishing Guidebook to see which lakes are closed for the winter. Also, note that lakes are now listed by their own names, not under Boulder Mountain Lakes. All lakes are ice-capped, but access is limited by heavy snow.

Regulations

Boulger Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jan 22) The pond is only accessible via snowmobile.

Regulations

Chalk Creek

Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Clear Creek

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Cleveland Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jan 30) On Jan. 28, Calvin Black reported safe ice with a lot of surface slush.

(Jan 22) The ice is solid and ranges from 8-17 inches thick, depending on where you're at on the reservoir. There haven't been many anglers out fishing. On Jan. 17, one party of anglers reported catching two fat 14-inch rainbow trout in their first 20 minutes. They used white jigs tipped with wax worms, sucker meat or chub meat. Another party of four failed to get a bite in hours. They were using worms, PowerBait and Spam.

(Jan 16) Anglers report that the ice is anywhere from two to 12 inches thick. The surface is capped by more than a foot of snow. Fishing is spotty. The most common rigs include white or chartreuse jigs and tube jigs tipped with a nightcrawler, PowerBait or mealworm.

(Jan 10) Anglers report that the ice is anywhere from two to 12 inches thick. The surface is capped by more than a foot of snow. Fishing is spotty. The most common rigs include white or chartreuse jigs and tube jigs tipped with a nightcrawler, PowerBait or mealworm.

Clinton City Park Pond

Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Corn Creek

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Currant Creek

Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Duck Fork Reservoir

Colorado River Cutthroat Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jan 22) Snow drifts block access, even via snowmobile.

Regulations

East Fork of Sevier River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jan 29) Kingston Canyon: Ice has retreated with recent mild temperatures. The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools. Recent surveys found good numbers of brown and rainbow trout, with some browns exceeding 20 inches and two pounds.

Black Canyon: Black Canyon usually remains ice-free in the winter due to spring inflow. The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools.

Upper: Snow makes it difficult to access the river in the winter.

(Jan 16) Ice has retreated with recent mild temperatures. The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools.

Regulations

Electric Lake

Cutthroat Trout

(Jan 30) On Jan. 28, Calvin Black reported safe ice with a lot of surface slush. Angler reports have been mixed as far as catch rate.

(Jan 22) On Jan. 17, snow machine tracks from two sleds ran the length of the reservoir. Water had filled one track near the dam. Anglers were fishing on the ice near the mine water discharge, which has kept a pool of water open. Fishing is fair to good. Small jigs tipped with dead minnows or chub meat work best. You can access the boat ramp and lake using a snowmobile.

(Jan 19) Tight Line of Huntington fished the dam with a partner and caught 4 tiger trout and 3 cutts using jigs. "5" good ice 5" of layerd ice 8" slush"

(Jan 16) Last week, an angler reported finding four inches of soft ice with surface water at the lake. Although there have not been any other reports of ice thickness, the recent warm, spring-like temperatures may have weakened the ice. Ice fishing should be considered potentially hazardous. Please observe all ice-fishing safety precautions.

(Jan 2) Tight Line of Huntington fished the dam with a partner and caught 1 rainbow and tiger trout using jigs. "2 inches ice"

Fish Creek (lower)

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Fish Lake

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Mackinaw (Lake Trout), Splake (hybrid), Rainbow Trout, Yellow Perch

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jan 29) The ice is safe across the lake. The south end has the thickest ice — up to 12 inches — while the clear ice on the north end is the thinnest at about six inches. Fishing is good to hot for perch and small trout near the weed line in 15-25 feet of water. You can catch large rainbows and splake in 25-35 feet on the bottom, or suspended at the same depths over deep water. Lake trout can be caught on the bottom in 70-100 feet, but catching them requires a lot of patience. Sonar can be very helpful in deep water, whether you're fishing on the bottom or suspended. Over 1,700 anglers participated in the Fish Lake perch fishing contest, harvesting between 30,000 and 40,000 perch in one day. Remember, there is no longer a limit for perch at Fish Lake and you can dispose of perch in any way. We encourage anglers to remove as many perch from the lake as possible.

(Jan 16) Ice is safest on the south end, where it's four to six inches thick. It's only about three inches thick from just north of Lakeside to Mackinaw. There is also six inches of ice in the narrow neck on the north end, but snow makes access difficult. There is open water between Bowery Haven and Joe Bush. The north end also has some large cracks that you should avoid. It's easy to be overconfident with snow on the ice, so you should check thickness before venturing out too far. Fishing is good to excellent for perch and small trout near the weedline in depths of 15–25 feet. Larger rainbows and splake can be caught at 25–35 feet down (on the bottom or suspended over deeper water). Lake trout can be caught on the bottom in 70–100 feet of water, but it requires a lot of patience. Sonar can be very helpful in deep water, whether you're fishing on the bottom or suspended.

Regulations

Green River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Channel Catfish, Cutthroat Trout, Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout

STOP NEW ZEALAND MUDSNAIL

(Jan 30) Anglers report good fishing for brown and rainbow trout. Try using a winter streamer and bottom combination. Streamers are usually a fish imitation followed by a scud or egg. Lures are also working well. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

(Jan 23) Anglers report good fishing for browns and rainbows. Try the winter streamer/bottom combination. Streamers are usually a fish imitation followed by a scud or egg. Lures are also working well. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

(Jan 15) Anglers report good fishing for browns and rainbows. Try the winter combinations, either a top/bottom combination or streamer/bottom combination. For example, use grasshopper or large terrestrial on top followed by a scud or egg imitation as a trailer. Streamers are usually a fish imitation followed by a scud or egg. Lures are also working well. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

(Jan 8) Anglers report good fishing for browns and rainbows. Try the winter combinations, either a top/bottom combination or streamer/bottom combination. For example, use grasshopper or large terrestrial on top followed by a scud or egg imitation as a trailer. Streamers are usually a fish imitation followed by a scud or egg. Lures are also working well. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

(Jan 2) Anglers report good fishing for browns and rainbows. Try the winter combinations, either a top/bottom combination or streamer/bottom combination. For example, use grasshopper or large terrestrial on top followed by a scud or egg imitation as a trailer. Streamers are usually a fish imitation followed by a scud or egg. Lures are also working well. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

Regulations

Huntington Creek

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

No recent reports.

Regulations

Huntington Reservoir

Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jan 22) Snowmobile track crisscross the surface of the reservoir. The ice pack is split by several layers of frozen slush. Each of two ice layers has been about a foot thick. Multiple anglers report very slow fishing.

(Jan 16) On Jan. 12, Tony Wright reported eight inches of snow over a foot of slush. Under the slush was another six inches of ice. In 3.5 hours of fishing, he didn't get a bite.

(Jan 10) This reservoir is topped by layers of ice and covered with several feet of snow. Try using a 1/4-ounce white marabou jig, a Berkley Gulp! or nightcrawlers.

Regulations

Jordanelle Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Yellow Perch

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jan 29) The main ramp and Rock Cliff ramp are closed because of ice. The PWC ramp is still open, but it can be icy. Exercise extreme caution when you venture out on the ice. All of the restrooms are closed, except for the heated one near the top of the ramp. In open water, try Kastmasters or traditional baits and lures like worms, PowerBait or tube jigs. You may also want to try ice fishing gidgets tipped with worm, mealworm or maggots.The reservoir is holding at 65 percent full.

(Jan 15) Ice has started to form near the marina and in some of the bays. Please use extreme caution when venturing out onto the ice. The restrooms are also closed, except for the one near the top of the ramp. Gold Kastmasters in open water may produce nice brown trout. You can also try traditional baits and lures, such as tube jigs or ice fishing gidgets, tipped with a worm, mealworms or maggots. The reservoir is currently 65-percent full.

(Jan 10) Ice has started to form near the marina and in some of the bays. Please use extreme caution when venturing out onto the ice. The restrooms are also closed, except for the one near the top of the ramp. Gold Kastmasters in open water may produce nice brown trout. You can also try traditional baits and lures, such as tube jigs or ice fishing gidgets, tipped with a worm, mealworms or maggots. The reservoir is currently 65-percent full.

Regulations

LaSal Mountains

Albino Trout, Bluegill, Grayling, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Splake (hybrid)

No recent reports.

Logan River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Whitefish

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jan 30) The water is open. Many of the ice sheets have started melting, but please be careful when venturing out. There have been some midge hatches in the afternoons. Try fishing from noon to 3 p.m., using midge patterns (with a tungsten beadhead) and egg patterns.

(Jan 15) There's unstable ice covering half of the First, Second and Third Dams. There are ice shelves throughout the river, until you reach Rick Springs where the ice covers the river (there are some open pockets of water). These ice shelves are very slippery and extremely dangerous. Overall, angling pressure has been fairly light. Please use caution and common sense when venturing out.

(Jan 8) First Dam and Third dam are frozen, but the ice doesn't appear stable. Second Dam has open water on the north bank. Daytime temperatures have been heating up, which can melt ice very quickly. The river has frozen patches throughout the canyon until you reach the area above Rick's Springs. Fewer areas on the river are open. Please use caution along the river edges where ice ledges are developing.

Regulations

Minersville Reservoir

Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jan 29) The ice is melting, so you may find some success in open water.

(Jan 16) There haven't been any recent fishing reports. The ice may be unstable after recent warmer temperatures.

Regulations

Ogden River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jan 30) Most of the ice shelves have melted off the rocks, leaving open water throughout much of the upper river. The water is crystal clear, and there's very little angling pressure. The rocks can still be very slippery. Use caution when venturing out.

(Jan 23) Most of the ice shelves have melted off the rocks leaving open water throughout most of the upper river. The rocks can still be very slippery. Use caution when venturing out.

(Jan 15) Most of the ice shelves have melted off the rocks leaving open water throughout most of the upper river. The rocks can still be very slippery. Use caution when venturing out.

(Jan 8) Most of the rocks are covered in ice and are very slippery. Please use caution when venturing out.

Regulations

Price River

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Provo River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Walleye

(Jan 29) Lower: Try fishing with streamers from the start of town to Utah Lake and you may catch some hungry brown trout. Yu may also want to try sow bugs (sizes 16 & 18), San Juan worms or pale yellow egg drop patterns. Gold spinners are working for anglers who aren't fly fishing. Nymph or dry fly fishing seems to be producing the best results; anglers are catching big rainbow trout. Midge hatches are increasingly consistent. Watch for black midges and buffalo midges. The water flows range from 101 cubic feet per second below Deer Creek to 45 cubic feet per second near Harbor Drive.

Middle: Fishing is good. Try using size 22, or smaller, cream-colored nymphs at midday. Water levels are near 126 cubic feet per second. Flows are higher, at or around 152 cubic feet per second, near the Jordanelle release and Charleston areas. With the extremely warm temperatures for January, there has been an incredible and consistent midge hatch at midday. Watch for black midges and buffalo midges soon.

(Jan 26) Eric of Provo fished between the dam and Vivian Park in a group of 3 using F-5 flatfish lure and gold spinners and caught 1 brown. "fish bit the F-5 Flatfish lure, but not the spinners"

(Jan 15) Lower: Water levels range from 99 cubic feet per second below Deer Creek, to 51 cubic feet per second near Harbor Drive. Sizes 16 or 18 sow bugs and pale-yellow egg drop patterns are still working well. If you aren't fly fishing, try using a gold spinner. Anglers nymph fishing are catching big rainbows!

Middle: Fishing should be good with size 22, or smaller, nymphs around the middle of the day. Water levels are near 131 cubic feet per second with flows higher near the Jordanelle release and Charleston areas. With the warm weather, there has been an incredible midge hatch midday.

(Jan 10) Lower: Water levels range from 99 cubic feet per second below Deer Creek, to 51 cubic feet per second near Harbor Drive. Sizes 16 or 18 sow bugs and pale-yellow egg drop patterns are still working well. If you aren't fly fishing, try using a gold spinner. Anglers nymph fishing are catching big rainbows!

Middle: Fishing should be good with size 22, or smaller, nymphs around the middle of the day. Water levels are near 131 cubic feet per second with flows higher near the Jordanelle release and Charleston areas. With the warm weather, there has been an incredible midge hatch midday.

Regulations

Scofield Reservoir

Crayfish, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jan 30) On Jan. 28, Calvin Black reported 14 inches of ice with a layer of slush on top.

(Jan 22) The ice is solid and ranges from 8-16 inches thick, depending on where you're at on the reservoir. Anywhere from two to five inches of snow may cover the ice pack. Most rainbows range from 9–13 inches. Cutthroat trout are around the same size, but on occasion you'll catch one up to 17 inches. Some anglers describe the trout in Scofield as skinny. Based on creel surveys, technicians say that tiger trout are rarely caught. Officer Thomas recommends using small jigs tipped with meal worms. Sport Fish Biologist Calvin Black has been successful with a yellow tube jig tipped with chub meat. Other effective rigs include a glow-in-the-dark spoon tipped with chub meat, a white lead head jig tipped with a worm, and a transparent tube jig with glitter, also tipped with a worm. Trout are generally caught in less than 10 feet of water. Chubs are more commonly found in deeper water and are typically caught with ice flies and small pieces of worm. Anglers report catching chubs up to 13 inches long. The catch rate varies by day, location and fishing party, but one fish per hour is about average. Anglers who locate 'honey holes' or who excel in ability and timing will catch considerably more.

(Jan 16) On Jan. 15, DWR Aquatics Technician Rick Berg recommended using small jigs tipped with worms and chub meat. He suggests fishing for trout in five to 10 feet of water. Based on his creel surveys, Rick believes anglers can catch trout almost anywhere around the reservoir. On Jan. 13, Survey Technician Mike Ault reported six or more inches of ice, capped with several inches of snow, which may have deepened since a subsequent snowstorm. Mike said anglers have been catching cutthroats, along with a few rainbows. He said he hasn't seen many anglers catching tiger trout. Most anglers were using jigs tipped with chub meat, worms or PowerBait. Anglers on BigFishTackle.com have reported ice ranging from 6–12 inches. During the past several weeks, trout have been caught more frequently in water that's less than seven feet deep, while chubs have been more prolific in water deeper than 10 feet. Some anglers have described the cutthroats as fairly skinny. Rainbows have ranged from 9–12 inches long.

(Jan 10) Anglers report eight to 12 inches of ice, depending on the location. Fishing has been sporadic, but most anglers are catching trout in five to seven feet of water. You can catch chubs more frequently in slightly deeper water. Anglers are using a variety of rigs, including jigs, tube jigs, spoons, ice flies and spinners. White, orange, chartreuse, yellow and silver are the most common colors. Try using baits like chub meat, nightcrawlers, PowerBait, mealworms, dead minnows or Velveta cheese. Most of the rainbow trout range from 10 to 12 inches. Cutthroats can get up to 19 inches, but they typically run from 10 to 12 inches.

Regulations

Strawberry Reservoir

Crayfish, Cutthroat Trout, Kokanee Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

(Jan 29) Use extreme caution and make sure you drill test holes to check the ice conditions. If you aren't getting bites, move because the fish will bite somewhere else. There are eight to 12 inches of ice near the Highway 40 bay, Mud Creek, Jake's Bay and in the back of other protected bays with shallower water. Anglers report the best fishing using hot pink ratfinkies, white paddles bugs or yellow, white or pink ice flies. Try using one- to two-inch jigs tipped with chub, mealworm or nightcrawler (white paddle bugs, curly tails). If you taking an ATV or snowmobile, be extremely careful: A four-wheeler went through the ice a week ago.

(Jan 10) Biologists report that the ice conditions are slowly improving. Please use extreme caution. Drilling test holes is always a good indicator of ice conditions. We recommend keeping machines off the ice. Some areas have unstable ice, but the fishing is excellent! If you aren't getting bites, move to another area, because fish are biting somewhere. Try using 1 to 2-inch size jigs tipped with chub, mealworms, and/or nightcrawler (white paddle bugs, gidgets, curly tails). Gizzy bugs, PowerBait atomic teaser jigs, rat finkees, gizzila and marabou jigs tipped with shrimp work well. Soldier Creek has open water near the dam and boat ramp. The lodge has some safe ice, but be cautious near the pocket of open water. There's 4-5 inches of ice near the highway 40 bay, Mud Creek, Jakes Bay and the back of other protected bays with shallower water. Anglers report a pressure ridge starting just east of the ramp that goes out into the bay all the way to the narrows. If you go off the ramp and try to head east, you will need to negotiate it.

Regulations

Thousand Lakes Mountain

Trout

(Jan 29) Ice fishing can often be good in the Solomon Basin lakes, but access is only possible from the Emery County side.

(Jan 16) Ice fishing can often be good in the Solomon Basin lakes, but access is only possible from the Emery County side.

Tibble Fork Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jan 29) Please use extreme caution around the shoreline. Use small gidgets tipped with meal worms and/or nightcrawlers for best results.

(Jan 10) We've received some reports of stable ice, but please continue to use extreme caution around the shoreline. Use small gidgets tipped with mealworms or nightcrawlers for best results.

Regulations

Uinta Lakes

Albino Trout, Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jan 30) The road leading to Hoop Lake is mostly snow-packed, but it can be accessed with a four-wheel-drive truck, snowmobile or ATV. On a recent trip, the fishing was slow to fair with a few instances of quick hits. Three anglers caught about 18–24 fish, most of which were rainbows. Anglers also caught four small Arctic grayling and one 16-inch cutthroat trout. All of the fish had vibrant colors. Bridger Lake sometimes experiences winterkill, so the fishing in January may not be as good as it was in December. Other good choices include Washington, Trial, Whitney and Hoop Lake.

(Jan 23) The fishing was slow to fair with a few instances of quick hits. Between three anglers, about 18-24 fish were caught, most of which were rainbows. Anglers also caught four small arctic grayling and one 16-inch cutthroat trout. All fish had vibrant colors. Bridger Lake sometimes experiences winter-kill, so the fishing in January may not be as good as it was in December. Other good choices include Washington, Trial, Whitney and Hoop Lake.

(Jan 15) The road leading to Hoop Lake is mostly snow packed and can be accessed with a four-wheel-drive truck, snowmobile or ATV. The fishing was slow to fair with a few instances of quick hits. Between three anglers, about 18-24 fish were caught, most of which were rainbows. Anglers also caught four small arctic grayling and one 16-inch cutthroat trout. All fish had vibrant colors. Bridger Lake sometimes experiences winter-kill, so the fishing in January may not be as good as it was in December. Other good choices include Washington, Trial, Whitney and Hoop Lake.

(Jan 8) You can access the Uinta Mountain lakes by snowmobile only. Be prepared for winter survival conditions and use extreme caution when checking the ice. We checked ice conditions in mid-December and found excellent ice and ice fishing at many North Slope lakes, including Hoop and Bridger. Other Uinta lakes that have provided great fishing for snowmobilers include Whitney, Trial, Smith–Morehouse and Washington. Bridger Lake sometimes experiences winter-kill, so the fishing in January may not be as good as it was in December. We encourage snowmobilers to take advantage of the many ice-fishing opportunities that exist in the Uintas.

Regulations

Weber River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Whitefish

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jan 30) Most of the ice shelves have melted off the rocks, leaving open water throughout much of the upper river. The rocks can still be very slippery. Please use extreme caution when venturing out. Even the rocks beneath the water can be ice-covered and slippery.

(Jan 23) Much of the ice shelves have melted off the rocks leaving open water throughout most of the upper river. The rocks can still be very slippery. Please use extreme caution when venturing out. Even the rocks underneath the water can be ice-covered and slippery.

(Jan 15) Much of the ice shelves have melted off the rocks leaving open water throughout most of the upper river. The rocks can still be very slippery. Please use extreme caution when venturing out. Even the rocks underneath the water can be ice-covered and slippery.

(Jan 8) A lot of ice has accumulated in the lower stretches of the river (near South Weber), restricting much of the water access. As you travel up the river, the ice thins out and more open water is flowing. There was minimal ice accumulation near Croydon. Please use extreme caution and common sense when venturing out. Even the rocks beneath the water can be covered in ice and are sometimes very slippery.

Regulations

Willow Lake

Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jan 22) A large snowdrift is blocking access about 200 yards short of the lake.













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