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Captain Compassion
11-15-2018, 06:35 PM
Mornings remain cold with temps in the low to mid teens. If it is a sunny day with light winds fishing conditions are wonderful. JB Fishing and I arrived at ICR at 0730 and hiked down to the corner of the dam. We fished 4 hours and managed two fish to the shore. Not many fish but those you get are nice sized. Jeff got his personal best Bow of the year of 5.75#. It was so warm the ice along the shore melted by 1100. Thanks for the ride Jeff.

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Indian Creek Again
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Still Some Nice Trout Here.
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HNR
11-15-2018, 07:35 PM
I left about the time the guy next to you had his pontoon float get away from him. Did he get it back? I got to the lake at about 6:15. No luck.

Captain Compassion
11-15-2018, 08:39 PM
I left about the time the guy next to you had his pontoon float get away from him. Did he get it back? I got to the lake at about 6:15. No luck.

While he was watching his toon float away his wife hooked a 8# trout. It was chaos. The toon blew to the shore across from the primitive launch. He did get it back but he had to walk a bit.

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TBSP
11-15-2018, 09:22 PM
When you get your personal best of the year, it only takes 1 fish to make a good day. Nice going JB!

bigfin
11-16-2018, 09:03 AM
Wow I'm Jealous Beautiful there and the fish too . Thanks for the report wish the lakes around here looked and felt like that . Tightlines BF

GoneCountry
11-29-2018, 08:00 AM
What a Beauty

sarahpee
12-01-2018, 10:31 AM
May I ask what tou guys do with those fish? I'm familiar with that body of water & as a kid remember catching a few 14-16 inch cutts out of the lake. Since it has lots of plant growth & a large snail population the trout tend to taste "muddy". Not good table fare. Smoke them?

Captain Compassion
12-02-2018, 08:58 AM
May I ask what tou guys do with those fish? I'm familiar with that body of water & as a kid remember catching a few 14-16 inch cutts out of the lake. Since it has lots of plant growth & a large snail population the trout tend to taste "muddy". Not good table fare. Smoke them?

The Cutts are always muddy tasting. They always go back. The large Rainbows are a recent stock from the Desert Springs hatchery in Oregon and have deep red meat and make for good smoking. Of the two fish shown above the bigger one was kept for the table. The smaller 4# fish was returned to the lake.

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