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Old 04-08-2019, 11:24 AM  
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How is it out there waiting for ice off but can’t find any reports
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Old 04-24-2019, 12:53 PM  
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Anybody been up there?
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You'll be able to find some open water.
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any updates? cant seem to find reports anywhere im sure its close but lake dillon is still pretty frozen and dont want to drive there just to not be able to fish the lake
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Dude just go! If you can not find open water at Twin it is a short drive up the hill to Forebay where you will for sure have open water. Just make sure you have a good vehicle cause the road might be somewhat bad still.
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Also plenty of river spots nearby... man If I had a chance to I would be going myself.
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any updates? cant seem to find reports anywhere im sure its close but lake dillon is still pretty frozen and dont want to drive there just to not be able to fish the lake
turquoise was frozen with 30 inches of hard, slushy ice.

i bet twin has open water fissures by the power plant. and if its not good, just drive up the road to forebay.
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Twin has had open fishable water for weeks. It may even be open for boats now.
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