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The report from the state parks site says:

Report dated: 4/25/2005 9:09:46 AM
Wiper action is good at the inlet and off the dam. They?ve been striking on silver spoons, twistertails, spinners, grubs and nightcrawlers. Shore fishing is also good to excellent for trout using power bait, shrimp, salmon eggs and nightcrawlers. The west shore and dam (in front of the outlet house) has been producing 14-18" trout. Slow for all other species.
 

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However, that post was last Saturday. Look how much the weather has changed since last week. IMO I don't think them wipers will be out cruisin the friendly waters again until the water temps are back up. I'm sure the water temps will drop, but hopefully not by much and I hope it rises to warm stability again. But if you're hardcore enough and do decide to brave the elements and go out there, I salute you.
 
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