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My family and I stayed the weekend in a bed and breakfast up above Twin Lake. I arrived at the lower lake early Saturday morning and fished west of whistlers point. I started in shallow water and worked out toward deeper water. I drilled a ton of holes at all sorts of depths looking for some structure. I was able to locate a nice weed bed but no rocks or ledges. I fished until noonish and didn't locate any fish except a few criusing trout higher in the water column. It's been said that Twin is an early morning fishery yet most of the people did not arrive until afternoon. The ice conditions were the best I've seen in a long time. The thickness was at least 24" thick and real hard and solid. Guys were driving all over the lake with their big old pick-ups.
I fished open water that afternoon for a short while at the power plant and also, no fish.
Headed to do a little float tubing at the Forebay Sunday morning. I only fished a short while because Ihave leaky waders and my electric pump could only fill my tube about half way. I did manage to pick up a few rainbows, but no macks. I would recomend tubing Forebay in the next few weeks. I was a great experience floating on a high mountain lake, alone, all while it snowed. I will be up there again before ice season is over.
 
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