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I fished Lake Granby near dike #3 today from 8:00 to 4:00. I normally like 40 to 50 feet of water but I didn't get a single bite there all day. I moved my other rod to 75 feet of water and I picked up two ~19" Lakers around 9:00. I had a few other light bites but I didn't get another fish until 3:00 picking up an ~18" and a smaller ~17" just before leaving.

I didn't get a singe bite on my 1/4 oz. clear / metal flake tube jig and sucker meat. I had all the action on a 1/8 oz. Gitzit jig and sucker meat.

 

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Thanks for the report. Hows the snow depth, can quads or side-by-sides get around on the lake still?
The center was frozen solid with 8" of snow and 8" of ice. There was a considerable amount of slush near the shoreline that might hamper an ATV. I saw several snowmobiles but no ATV's.
 

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Nice report. As for ATVs Redleader reported yesterday (maybe the day before) that you should be fine with an ATV as long as you stay away from the shorelines. I see tin the fore cast that there is more snow on the way... today. Looks like I might be bringing my sleds instead of the 4 wheeler this weekend!
 

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I took a ride out yesterday, not a lot of snow on the ice but enough for a few slushy areas, Dike 3 area is where I noticed some slush, as always snowmobiles are better, I did see an atv out on the north side.
Watch out for flooded areas around the shorelines and pressure ridges.
As noted the bite's been slow.
 
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