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March 29th, 2010
For all you fly fishing fanatics, Dragon Lake just opened up and became ice free as of yesterday, March 28!!!
We had a weekend of heavy winds which helped free up the ice sooner.
Continued cooler temperatures throughout the week and great weather forcast for Wednesday through Friday should make for some great fly fishing for huge rainbows. After ice-out, these large rainbows can be caught cruising in water as shallow as 1.5 feet tight against the reeds along the shoreline. There’s nothing like the thrill of a 5 lbs plus rainbow ripping your line off from the shallows headed for deeper water!!
My top 3 fly choices after ice out at Dragon Lake has been the olive scud, teeny nymph and black or purple micro-leaches with red wire ribs.
Dress warm as temps are still falling to sub zero temperatures with day time highs of 10 degrees.
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