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Old 02-06-2008, 11:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default trout under the ice

i was wondering how trout behave in the winter under the ice. do they hold in the shallows, suspend in the deep water. i went out on monday and caught some fish but didn't find as many as i thought i would. i fished mostly 7 to 20 feet deep in spots that usually produces well in the summer. the action was better around dusk. do they move around during the course of the day? i drilled 5 or so holes and then tried pulling in fish with a spoon to locate a good spot to set up. marked fish at 20ft in early afternoon so set up there and got a couple of nibbles but no takers. later in the day marked fish in 7 ft so i moved there and caught 3 decent fish and had some other bites. where were all the fish?
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