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Went to Boyd Lake up in Loveland yesterday and found a decent bite even with the low pressure and cold temperatures. We landed a few decent rainbows in the 16''-20" range, a few jumbo perch, and a largemouth in 22'-29'. Jigging spoons and shiners were the only thing the fish would hit yesterday. The ice is anywhere from 10-15 inches thick, the hand auger was a hell of a workout. Waiting for the next temp and pressure change to head back up there. We had 2 fish on around noon that both snapped 4lb test, they were both hooked on the largest shiners in the minnow bucket. Happy Fishing!
 

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did get out later in the day (about noon) Friday. Ice was good, none of the morning people caught much. I fished the marina cove and out a ways into the main lake and could not find any perch. Must have been an off day. Place did look like Swiss cheese, so I know there has been some action there lately.
 
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