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We made a trip through South Park and into the upper Arkansas Valley over the weekend. We only fished Clear Creek we did well. The standard 10 to 15 inch stockers. 8 to 10 inches of ice around the boat ramp. The middle of the lake looks very sketchy. We took the 16 mile loop around turquoise reservoir on our ATV with tracks. The inlet looked fairly solid, there were people fishing around the dam but there was open water by the boat ramp. Twin lakes was mostly Open Water. I did not see any place that looks safe to ice. Antero had hundreds of people icing it on Monday. 11 Mile had tons of people fishing it also.
 

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We made a trip through South Park and into the upper Arkansas Valley over the weekend. We only fished Clear Creek we did well. The standard 10 to 15 inch stockers. 8 to 10 inches of ice around the boat ramp. The middle of the lake looks very sketchy. We took the 16 mile loop around turquoise reservoir on our ATV with tracks. The inlet looked fairly solid there were people fishing around the dam but there was open water by the boat ramp. Twin lakes was mostly Open Water. I did not see any place that looks safe to ice. Antero had hundreds of people icing it on Monday. 11 Mile had tons of people fishing it also.
A ton is about 10 fisherman. Even at 10 tons thats 100 fisherman. For that body of water that's not bad. Just joking thanks for report.
 
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