I got a little leery after seeing the ice reports at Antero, so went to O'Haver Lake (near Poncha Springs) yesterday with two other fishing buddies and we caught about 150 stocker trout. We fished for about 4 hours and the action never stopped. Kept one limit to give to a friend but otherwise released all the fish. Ice was about 7-9" and they hit best on jigs tipped with waxworms or nightcrawlers. This lake always produces and it's a great place to take rookies or kids, or to initiate the hard water season, or to go when you've been skunked a couple times in a row at Antero (not that that's ever happend to me of course) and just have to put up some numbers. We had the lake to ourselves until late morning when a couple other groups arrived. I got to try out my new Lowrance ice fishing kit that converts a boat fish finder into an ice fishing unit. It worked much better than expected in 13 fow and I can't wait to try it on kokes in deeper water and on big fish.