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Northern Region Fishing Reports

Bear Lake

Good

There's ice floating on the surface of the lake. Depending on the wind direction, it can make boating difficult. Some anglers are still fishing from boats. You can launch a boat at the Utah State Park marina. The ramp is plowed, and docks are in the water. You can also launch boats at the First Point, Cisco Beach and Rainbow Cove boat ramps, but the courtesy docks have been pulled from these locations due to icy conditions. There's about six to eight inches of snow on the ground. There is some pack-ice in front of the marina, and accessing the lake has been difficult. This can change daily or hourly, though, depending on the wind direction. If you plan on fishing from a boat, be prepared to launch at whichever location gives you access to open water. Fishing for cutthroat trout, lake trout and whitefish is good. Depending on the location, anglers are doing well jigging in 20 to 70 feet of water. The best jigging spots have been off the 'rockpile' and off the pumphouse and Second Point. When jigging for trout, use 1/2- to one ounce tube jigs or swim baits, three to six inches long, tipped with cisco, sucker meat or Gulp minnows. White, green and chartreuse are reliable colors. When jigging for whitefish, use jigging spoons, such as Swedish Pimples or Kastmasters, tipped with mealworms, crawlers or salmon eggs. Anglers are also doing well trolling minnow-type lures and flatfish with downriggers. The best trolling spots have been off the 'rockpile,' the state park marina, Cisco Beach and Second Point. If you can find open water, shore fishing for cutthroat trout has been picking up for those casting large spinners and spoons off the Utah State Park marina and off Cisco Beach. You can also catch trout using bait (cisco, sucker meat) in these same areas. Bonneville cisco are not running at this time, but anglers are beginning to catch a few cisco by jigging off the 'rockpile' area. Once every two days, we'll monitor the lake at Cisco Beach and the state park marina for signs of cisco. We expect the run along the shoreline to begin any time now. However, since the lake will likely have open water, dipnetting success will depend on weather conditions. If the wind picks up, the cisco will move off shore, and you won't be able to dipnet them. If it's calm, though, they'll typically come close to shore. Wear chest waders to help you net along the shore. Remember, the trout limit is two fish. Cutthroat trout with a fin clip may be kept; cutthroat trout with all fins intact must be immediately released. (01-18-19)

Blacksmith Fork River

Slow

Unstable ice is forming along the edges and in various stretches of the river. Please use extreme caution as the ice conditions continue to change. Anglers are reporting slow fishing for trout. Try using a gray midge size 18-22, a red bead head prince size 18-20 or an orange micro egg size 14-16. (01-18-19)

Bountiful Lake

Slow

The lake is capped with four to five inches of ice with water on top. Please use extreme caution as the ice conditions continue to change. Fishing pressure is slow, anglers are catching planter rainbow trout and are reporting slow fishing. Try using any color PowerBait, ice jigs tipped with wax or mealworms or artificial minnows. (01-18-19)

Causey Reservoir

Good

The reservoir is capped with seven to nine inches of ice and there is snow and slush on top. There is about four feet of dangerous ice on west end of the reservoir near the dam. Anglers are catching 16- to 22-inch tiger trout off the bottom in 20 to 30 feet of water. Anglers are also catching 10- to 12-inch rainbow trout. Try using wax worms, green tube jigs tipped with nightcrawler, Hali jigs tipped with a wax worm, nuclear ant tipped with a wax worm or chartreuse jigs tipped with worm. (01-18-19)

East Canyon Reservoir & State Park

Good

The reservoir is capped with eight inches of ice with snow on top. Please use extreme caution because the ice conditions continue to change. Anglers are catching 10- to 18-inch rainbow trout in 20 to 30 feet of water off the bottom. Try using green ratfinkee, ice jigs tipped with a red worm, glow tube jigs or glow maniac gizilla tipped with worm. Highway 65 is closed for the winter, however; you can still get to the park via I-84 Morgan or Hennifer. (01-18-19)

Echo Reservoir

Good

The reservoir is capped with eight to 12 inches of ice with snow and slush on top. The edges are soft and have some water on top. Please use extreme caution as the ice conditions continue to change. Anglers are catching 10- to 14-inch rainbow trout in 25 to 35 feet of water near the bottom and suspended. Anglers are also catching five to 12-inch perch near the bottom. Try using ice jigs tipped with wax worms, paddle bugs tipped with worm, green ratfinkees or a pink jig head with a glow maniac gizilla tipped with a worm. (01-18-19)

Farmington Pond

Fair

The pond is capped with five inches of ice, the north end of the pond is open and the edges are soft with water on top. Please use extreme caution as the ice conditions continue to change. Anglers are catching 10- to 15-inch rainbow trout. Try fishing off the bottom with small jigs tipped with a wax or mealworm. (01-18-19)

Holmes Creek Reservoir

Fair

Use caution when walking down to the reservoir. The slush is quickly turning into ice and the reservoir is capped with five to six inches ice. The edges on the south end near the dam are soft and have water on top. Please exercise extreme cation as the ice conditions continue to change. Anglers are reporting fair to slow fishing and are catching 10- to 12- inch rainbow trout bluegill in 10 to 12 feet of water off the bottom and largemouth bass. Try using small jig heads tipped with wax worms, mealworms or grubs, ratfinkees, ice jigs or rainbow PowerBait. (01-18-19)

Hyrum Reservoir & State Park

Slow

The reservoir is capped with 11 to 12 inches of ice with snow on top. Please use extreme caution as the ice conditions continue to change. Fishing is slow, anglers are catching small perch and rainbow trout. Try using wax worms, cut perch meat or perch eyes. Fishing off the bottom is producing. (01-18-19)

Jensen Nature Park Pond

Fair

There is unsafe ice on the east and west ends of the pond and open water in the middle and far northwest corner. Anglers are catching planter-sized rainbow trout. Try using rainbow PowerBait, blade baits or hair jigs. (01-18-19)

Kaysville Ponds

Slow

All four ponds have ice, but thickness is unknown. The second pond has water on top of the ice and open areas on the north and west shorelines. Please use extreme caution as the ice condition continue to change. Fishing pressure is low and anglers are catching 10- to 15-inch rainbow trout. Try using hair jigs, ratfinkees or blade baits off the bottom. Yellow and pink are reliable colors. (01-18-19)

Logan River

Good

Unstable ice is forming along the edges and in various stretches of the river. Please use extreme caution as the ice conditions continue to change. Anglers are catching 11- to 18-inch trout. Try using a white zonker in size 8-10 or a white bead head wooly bugger streamer, size 8-10. (01-18-19)

Lost Creek Reservoir

Fair

The reservoir is capped with eight to 12 inches of ice and it's covered with snow. The road from the dam to the boat ramp is not maintained in the winter, you will need four-wheel-drive to access this part of the Reservoir. Anglers are catching 10- to 15-inch cutthroat trout and planter sized rainbow trout that are suspended in about 10 feet of water. Anglers are having the best success on the west and sound ends of the reservoir in the morning with fishing slowing down in the afternoon. Try using a white or green jig head tipped with a manic craw plastic, tube jigs or cutter bugs. (01-18-19)

Mantua Reservoir

Slow

The reservoir is capped with eight to 11 inches of ice with snow and slush on top. Anglers are catching 10- to 14-inch rainbow trout and five to eight inch perch. Try using spikes, nightcrawlers, ice flies tipped with perch meat or eyes, wax worms, orange garlic Power eggs, Northland UV green forage minnow tipped with maggots or perch eye or a micro perch jig. There are road closures at the reservoir for the Mantua East Spring Re-Piping Project. While the work continues, access to the south side of the dike road will be closed. The Public Works Administrative Office will notify the public when access reopens. If you have questions about the project, please call 435-734-6615. (01-18-19)

Ogden River

Slow

Ice is forming along the banks and on various stretches of the river. Anglers are reporting slow fishing for trout. Try using traditional baits. (01-18-19)

Pineview Reservoir

Fair

The reservoir is capped with seven to ten inches of ice with water and slush on top. Anglers are catching 6- to 13-inch crappie in 25 to 35 feet of water, and 4- to 6-inch perch in 25 feet of water. Try using ratfinkee jigs tipped with wax worm, small jig heads tipped with wax worms or perch eyes in about 30 to 36 feet of water off the bottom or white paddle bugs tipped with meal or wax worms. (01-18-19)

Rockport Reservoir

Fair

The reservoir is capped with 10 to 11 inches of ice with snow on top. Fishing is fair to slow and anglers are catching small perch in 22 feet of water and eight to 12-inch rainbow trout. Try jigging perch colored rapalas, small jigs or gold cast masters. Pink, white, chartreuse colors are producing. (01-18-19)

Uinta Mountains

Good

All lakes and reservoirs are capped with ice. Please use extreme caution as the ice conditions continue to change. Most of the lakes and reservoirs are only accessible by snowmobile. (01-18-19)

Weber River

Good

Unstable ice is forming along the edges and in various stretches of the river. Please use extreme caution as the ice conditions continue to change. The water temperature at midday is 40 degrees with visibility at 18 inches. Fishing for trout is fair to slow. The best stretch to fish is the Wanship from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Anglers are reporting slow fishing. Try using a gray midge size 18-22, a red bead head prince size 18-20 or an orange micro egg size 14-16. (01-18-19)

Willard Bay Reservoir

Fair

The reservoir is capped with an unknown thickness of ice. The north and south marinas have four to five inches of ice and there is a layer of snow and slush on top. Please use extreme caution as the ice conditions continue to change. Anglers are catching 9- to 12-inch perch off the bottom. Try using ice jigs tipped with wax worms, perch meat or eyes. (01-18-19)


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Central Region Fishing Reports

Burraston Ponds

Slow

Angling pressure has been low, and there aren't many reports of anglers catching fish. Try using traditional bait fishing methods, as well as spinners and spoons. There is no ice formation at this time, but please keep in mind that conditions can change quickly. (01-03-19)

Canyon View Park Pond

Closed

Canyon View Park Pond is closed for the 2018 season and will reopen in the spring of 2019. (01-03-19)

Deer Creek Reservoir

Fair

The reservoir is still open water, but temperatures have been very cold so conditions will start to change. Fishing is fair and anglers are catching 14-inch to 16-inch rainbow trout. Try fishing morning into midday targeting the upper and middle water columns. For fly fishing, try using nymphs or midges under an indicator. You can also try damsels and hares ears on sinking line using a figure-eight or a slow retrieve. For spin-casting, use garlic PowerBait, pink marshmallow or nightcrawer suspended under a bobber or off the bottom with a slip sinker. You can also try using small Panther Martin Holographic spinners, Blue Fox Vibrax spinners or Pixee spoons. Remember to retrieve slowly. (01-03-19)

Diamond Fork River

Slow

Lower portions of the river were impacted fire this year, but there are still healthy fish in the river system. Look for 12- to 14-inch brown trout and cutthroat trout in deeper holes and pools throughout the river. During winter, fishing is slower and fish are in deeper water. Fly fishing using nymphs can be effective. Also try using a hare's ear, pheasant tails and sow bugs. Rod guides and tips will freeze up, so you may want to consider using a de-icing product. If you're using lures, try small metallic spinners or spoons. Cast upstream of deeper sections and retrieve slowly. (01-03-19)

Grantsville Reservoir

Unstable ice

The reservoir has a few areas with three to four inches of ice, but a lot with thin, unsafe ice. We advise anglers to stay off the ice until it thickens. Please use extreme caution. When the ice becomes safe, try using 1.5- to 2-inch pink or white tube jigs, pink or chartreuse paddle bugs tipped with nightcrawler. You can also try Lindy slender spoons, or Rattl'N Flyer spoons tipped with nightcrawler or chub meat. (01-03-19)

Highland Glen Park

Unstable ice

The pond is frozen, but the ice is unsafe. We advise anglers to stay off the ice until it thickens. Please continue to use extreme caution as ice conditions change. (01-03-19)

Jordanelle Reservoir

Fair

Portions of the reservoir are beginning to ice over: there are four to six inches near the Rock Cliff inlet, and the north end near Ross Creek is now capped. The remainder of the reservoir hasn't completely capped with areas of open water still present around Hailstone and the dam. Please use extreme caution as conditions change. For ice fishing Rock Cliff, try fishing the 10- to 20-foot water column using silver, pink, or chartreuse spoons and 1.5- to 2-inch white or silver tube jigs tipped with nightcrawler, chub meat or minnow/redside shiner. You can also to target smallmouth bass or wiper by using 1/16-ounce, neon-colored jig head and a 1/2-inch curly tail grub tipped with nightcrawler, or one-inch Berkley Gulp! Minnow. Open water access is very limited making it difficult to use traditional methods. Again, please continue to use extreme caution as conditions change. (01-03-19)

Kidney Pond

Slow

Fishing is slow. Traditional bait fishing methods work, but you can also try a dry fly behind a bubble or inline spinners. There is little to no ice formation at this time, but please keep in mind that conditions can change quickly. (01-03-19)

Midas Pond

Slow

Midas Pond is fishing similar to Kidney Pond. There is little to no ice formation at this time, but please keep in mind that conditions can change quickly. (01-03-19)

Mill Hollow Reservoir

Hot

The reservoir has over 10 inches of ice. Please exercise extreme caution as ice conditions continue to change. Anglers have been catching 12- to 16-inch tiger trout and 10- to 14-inch rainbow trout. Try suspending your lures in about 8 to 15 feet of water and use a Swedish Pimple, rattle spoons, neon Rat Finkees, or ice flies tipped with a wax worm, or night crawler. Also try white, glitter, or pink colored tube jigs, paddle bugs tipped with chub meat. Be aware of winter road conditions. You will need a four-wheel-drive vehicle to reach the dam. Reservoir access may be limited to snowmobiles. (01-03-19)

Palisade Reservoir & State Park

Slow

Fishing has been slow. There is little to no ice formation at this time, but please keep in mind that conditions can change quickly. Traditional methods work best. Try using PowerBait or a nightcrawler suspended below a bobber or off the bottom using a slip rig sinker in about 10 to 12 feet. You can also try using metallic spoons, or spinners to target trout. Remember to retrieve slowly. (01-03-19)

Payson Lake

Closed

The gate to Payson Lake is closed. (01-03-19)

Provo River, Lower

Good

Anglers are still catching good-sized brown trout. Fishing midday will be the most successful. For fly fishing, try using small-sized midges and mating midges. You may also want to try nymphing using small sized baetis, caddis larva, midge larva or pheasant tails. Rod guides and tips will freeze, so you may want to consider using a de-icing product. For spin-fishing, try using small inline spinners and metallic spoons. Regardless of tackle, use a slow retrieve. (01-03-19)

Provo River, Middle

Good

Anglers report similar fishing to the Lower Provo. For fly fishing, use nymphing methods listed for the Lower Provo will see equal success. Rod guides and tips will freeze, so you may want to consider using a de-icing product. For spin-casting, try using those methods listed for the Lower Provo. Again, regardless of tackle, use a slow retrieve. (01-03-19)

Salem Pond

Slow

There is still open water and little ice formation. Try using PowerBait, marshmallow or nightcrawler under a bobber or off the bottom using a slip rig. Also, try using small Panther Martin Holy Hammered spinners, Blue Fox Super Vibrax spinners or other brass body spinners with a slow retrieve. Please use extreme caution as ice conditions continue to change. (01-03-19)

Settlement Canyon Reservoir

Slow

The reservoir is partially frozen, but there is still open water towards the middle and the thin ice present is unsafe. We advise anglers to stay off the ice until it fully caps and thickens. Please use extreme caution as ice conditions continue to change. If you can safely access open water, try using garlic PowerBait, or nightcrawler 6 to 8feet under a bobber, or on the bottom using a slip rig sinker. You can also try mall metallic inline spinners or spoons using a slow retrieve. (01-03-19)

Silver Lake (American Fork Canyon)

Slow

The gate is closed. Current ice thickness and fish catch rates are unknown. (01-03-19)

Silver Lake (Big Cottonwood Canyon)

Slow

The lake is iced over and there have been no recent reports of ice thickness or angler catch rates. Please use extreme caution as ice conditions continue to change. (01-03-19)

Spanish Oaks Reservoir

Closed

Spanish Oaks is closed. The reservoir has undergone a complete drainage to remove invasive goldfish and to renovate the aquatic habitat. (01-03-19)

Spring Lake

Slow

There is some thin ice that's formed, but the rest of the lake is still open water. Try using traditional bait fishing methods such as garlic PowerBait, pink or orange marshmallows, and salmon eggs suspended four feet below bobber or on the bottom using a slip rig sinker. Please use extreme caution as ice conditions continue to change. (01-03-19)

Strawberry Reservoir

Hot

The reservoir is completely iced over and average thickness is six to seven inches. Ice thickness is six to seven inches near the marina, eight inches at Bryant's Fork, nine to ten inches at Mudd Creek, nine to ten inches at Chicken Creek and five to six inches at the Ladders. There are still areas with unsafe ice. Three snowmobilers fall through the ice recently, but luckily, they're okay. Please continue to use extreme caution wherever you decide to fish. Anglers have been catching several 17- to 22-inch cutthroat trout and the occasional 12- to 16-inch rainbow trout. Try fishing a variety of depths in the 10 to 25 foot water column with 2-inch pink/white, chartreuse/white or silver/glitter tube jigs, white or chartreuse paddle bugs, or silver/white Maniac Custom Lure Cut'R Bugs. We recommend tipping jigs with nightcrawlers, chub meat, store bought minnows/redside shinners or wax worms. (01-03-19)

Thistle Creek

Slow

There aren't many anglers fishing here. The upper portion (the Nebo Creek area) and lower portion (near Bennie Creek) have felt the effects of debris flows due to fire in 2018. Fish numbers are down, but still present in the system. For fly fishing, try using small sized baetis, caddis larva, midge larva, or pheasant tails. Rod guides and tips will freeze, so you may want to consider using a de-icing product. For spin-casting, try casting gold Jake's Spin-A-Lures, silver Kastmasters, or Roostertails upstream of deeper sections using a slow retrieve. (01-03-19)

Tibble Fork Reservoir

Fair

The reservoir is iced over, and most of the ice is seven or eight inches thick. There are still areas with potentially unsafe ice, so please exhibit extreme caution when venturing out. Anglers are catching 8- to 12-inch rainbow trout and 12- to 16-inch brown trout. Try jigging 10 to 15 feet beneath the ice using neon Rat Finkees, or ice flies tipped with a mealworm or nightcrawler. Also try using 1/16-ounce slender spoons, Acme Sidewinder spoons, or Gibbs Minnow lure tipped with chub meat or nightcrawler. (01-03-19)

Utah Lake

Fair

The main body of the lake has thin ice, with open water still accessible at inlets and warm springs. We advise anglers to stay off the ice until it thickens. Please use extreme caution as ice conditions continue to change. Anglers are still catching 10- to 12-inch white bass. Try using glitter/chartreuse, pumpkin, or red/white 1.5-inch curly tail grubs or skirted panfish tube jigs with a 1/16-ounce jig head. Use either a single or double jig rig setup and a slow retrieve. Carp and the occasional catfish can still be caught, but the bite is slow. Try fishing the bottom using a heavy slip rig sinker and a smaller size 6 or 8 hook tipped with nightcrawler, corn, garlic PowerBait or strawberry dough bait. (01-03-19)

Vernon Reservoir

Unstable ice

The reservoir has areas around the margins with three to four inches of ice, but the majority is very unsafe with areas of open water still present. We advise anglers to stay off the ice until it thickens. Please use extreme caution as ice conditions continue to change, and make sure you are venturing out onto safe ice. When the ice becomes safe, try using 1.5- to 2-inch pink or white tube jigs, pink or chartreuse paddle bugs tipped with nightcrawler. You can also try Lindy slender spoons, or Rattl'N Flyer spoons tipped with nightcrawler or chub meat. Again, please continue to use extreme caution. (01-03-19)

Vivian Park Pond

Slow

The pond is frozen with no report on ice thickness or angler pressure. Please use extreme caution as ice conditions continue to change. (01-03-19)

Willow Pond

Fair

There is no ice formation at this time. Please remember that as ice begins to form, ice fishing is prohibited at Willow Pond per city ordinance. Traditional methods are still catching fish. Try rainbow twist or garlic PowerBait, or a nightcrawler tipped with a marshmallow about 5 to six feet under a bobber, or fished off the bottom using a slip rig sinker. (01-03-19)

Yuba Reservoir & State Park

Slow

The reservoir has about three iches of ice. Yuba State Park cautions anglers to stay off the ice while it thickens, and to use caution if you do venture out. Hazardous ice conditions are always present so please use extreme caution. (01-03-19)


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Northeastern Region Fishing Reports

Big Sandwash Reservoir

Good

As of Jan. 7, anglers reported about 10 inches of fishable ice. The reservoir is continuing to fill, and the edges are still very soft, so prepare for your trip on and off the ice. Please use extreme caution on the ice. Anglers are having the best success for perch off the main boat ramp in 20 to 45 feet of water, using small jigs and jigging spoons tipped with bait, perch eyes or gulp minnows. If you park at the Sportsman's Access, be prepared for a walk to the shoreline. (01-08-19)

Brough Reservoir

Fair

Anglers report slow fishing, with three to four inches of hard, clear ice. There are still some thin soft spots, so please use extreme caution on and off the ice, and drill test holes. Anglers report catching decent-sized rainbows in the 14- to 17-inch range. (01-08-19)

Browne Lake

Slow

The gates to the Red Cloud Loop are now closed and locked for the winter season. Please use extreme caution on and off of the ice, and let us know if you have any success. (01-08-19)

Bullock Reservoir

Unstable ice

As of Jan. 7, biologists reported open water near the canal, with thin ice in some spots. Please use extreme caution when accessing the ice, and drill test holes. Also, let us know if you are successful at catching any tiger muskie through the ice. Reminder: You must release any tiger muskie that have not reached the 40-inch length limit. Please use good catch-and-release techniques and obey the limits. Submit any photos to tonyakieffer@utah.gov. (01-08-19)

Calder Reservoir

Slow

The reservoir is capped with ice, but there is still open water near the windmills in the middle. The roads are limited to snowmobile access only. Please use extreme caution on the ice, and be sure to drill test holes. The reservoir has special catch-and-release regulations. You must use flies and lures only — bait is not allowed. See the Utah Fishing Guidebook for details. (01-08-19)

Cottonwood Reservoir

Unstable ice

There is still open water near the inlet, but some areas on the west side are partially frozen. The water district is working to fill the reservoir, so it's taking some time for solid ice to form. Reminder: You must release any tiger muskie that have not reached the 40-inch length limit. Please use good catch-and-release techniques and obey the limits. (01-08-19)

Currant Creek Reservoir

Good

As of Jan. 7, the area just received over 20 inches of snow, so access to the reservoir may be limited. Anglers had reported more than eight inches of ice before the latest storm. If you have success fishing here, please email pictures and results to tonyakieffer@utah.gov. Please use extreme caution when accessing the ice, and be sure to drill test holes. (01-08-19)

East Park Reservoir

Slow

The gates to the Red Cloud Loop are closed and locked for the winter season. The reservoir is capped with ice, but we have not received any recent angling reports. Please use extreme caution when accessing the ice, and be sure to drill test holes. (01-08-19)

Flaming Gorge Reservoir

Good

There is currently ice down through the main channel to the Pipeline. It's variable up to this point, so anglers need to take extra precautions. Anglers have reported up to four inches at Buckboard and three inches at Brinegar Ferry Crossing. Uplake from Buckboard, the ice is obviously thicker, with as much as 11 inches at Lost Dog. Some of lower reaches in Utah are starting to cap as well, particularly the backs of canyons and the narrow, calm portions of the reservoir in the canyon region. We recently received snowfall, which can make it difficult to launch boats. Boats have recently been launched at Lucerne and Mustang Ridge, but Sheep Creek, Antelope Flat and Cedar Springs might have questionable conditions for launching. At a minimum, boaters should bring tire chains to be safe, and be aware of slick conditions on the boat ramps.

Lake trout: Fishing for small lake trout has been good uplake through the ice in 40 to 70 feet of water, using tube jigs tipped with sucker or chub meat. Watch for suspended concentrations on your fish finder and vertically jig a 1/4- to 3/8-ounce 3.5-inch white or glow-n-the-dark tube jig (Dry Creek Outfitters) tipped with sucker/chub meat. If you're trolling, try spoons like RMT Viper Serpents, Northland Forage Minnows, Super Dupers and #3 Needlefish. Small lake trout (less than 25 inches long) have become overabundant, which has increased competition for food and caused a decline in growth rates. If this trend continues, it will affect the numbers of trophy lake trout in the lake (less food to grow big fish). Please help the resource by harvesting your limit of lake trout smaller than 25 inches. This size class of fish is also perfect for a tasty meal.

Kokanee salmon: There haven't been any recent reports from anglers.

Rainbow trout: Anglers report excellent fishing through the ice in 8 to 20 feet of water. They're using small jigs and spoons tipped with mealworms or Gulp maggots. A boat is essential to access most of the lower reservoir. There is shore fishing near the Dam Point Visitor Center and boat ramps. Marabou jigs are very effective (use earth tones and quarter-ounce weights). Spinners, spoons and other jigs will also work well. Boat anglers will likely pick up rainbows on small spoons, spinners and crankbaits trolled at depths of 10 to 40 feet.

Smallmouth bass: There haven't been any recent reports from anglers.

Burbot: Fishing has picked up near the middle areas of the reservoir that recently capped with ice. Target burbot on rocky points and shorelines in 20 to 40 feet of water at night using glow-in-the-dark lures like Yamamoto grubs, Radical Glow tubes, Maniac Cutterbugs and Northland Buckshot spoons. Tip the lure with sucker or chub meat, recharge the glow frequently and jig the presentation a couple inches from the bottom. Remember to charge your glow jigs often. (01-08-19)

Green River below Flaming Gorge dam

Good

The flows vary greatly, typically ranging between 800 and 2,000 cfs. See current releases from Flaming Gorge Dam. The crowds are gone, and now is great time to fish the river. Try using small zebra midges and other midge dry flies for the best results. Some midge and small blue-winged olive (BWO) hatches have been reported, and anglers have had success with those patterns. Streamers in varying light and dark colors should be useful during these flow changes. Spin fishing is always good. Marabou jigs or tube jigs in earth tones, white/chartreuse, and ginger are a good option in shallow or deep water. Rainbow or brown trout-patterned crankbaits and spoons also work well. Pinch down the barbs for quick release. (01-08-19)

Little Montes Reservoir

Slow

The reservoir currently has fishable ice. Use extreme caution, and drill test holes while accessing the ice. Before the last stocking, the reservoir's pH levels were very high, and as a result, rainbow trout were not stocked into the water. Right now, anglers can expect to catch only bluegill and largemouth bass. (01-08-19)

Long Park Reservoir

Slow

The gates are now closed for the winter season. Please use extreme caution when accessing the ice, and be sure to drill test holes. (01-08-19)

Matt Warner

Hot

After recent snowstorms, access may be limited to snowmobiles only. Snow drifts across the road throughout the day, decreasing accessibility. Anglers report more than 12 inches of ice and fast fishing in the morning for rainbow trout and the occasional tiger trout. Try using vibrant-colored pink and green ratfinkees, jigging spoons or paddlebugs tipped with mealworms in 15 to 20 feet of water. Please use extreme caution when accessing the ice. (01-08-19)

Moose Pond

Slow

The pond has solid, fishable ice in most areas. We haven't received any recent reports on fishing conditions or success. This is a great place to introduce new ice anglers to the sport. Try using small jigs tipped with bait (e.g., mealworms, gulp minnows or PowerBait). Please use extreme caution on the ice and always drill test holes. (01-08-19)

Pelican Lake

Slow

A rotenone treatment occurred in October 2018, and few fish have been restocked. Biologists report 12 inches of ice at the main boat ramp, with some open water in several locations. Bluegill were recently stocked in the reservoir, but biologists do not recommend fishing for them yet. (The number of fish stocked are minimal compared to the lake size.) For now, biologists want to encourage and thank anglers who are releasing the fish they catch and allowing the population to get a jump start. Waterfowl hunters should use extreme caution on the ice when approaching waterfowl. (01-08-19)

Red Fleet Reservoir

Unstable ice

There are four to five inches of ice near the main boat ramp with less ice in other locations. Please use extreme caution when accessing any fishable ice and always drill test holes. Anglers report slow fishing, but they are catching small tiger trout. (01-08-19)

Sheep Creek Lake

Fair

The gates are closed for the winter season. Please use extreme caution when accessing the ice, and always drill test holes. Reminder: The trout limit is two fish, and only one may be a cutthroat over 22 inches. All cutthroat trout 22 inches or smaller must be immediately released. (01-08-19)

Spirit Lake

Slow

As of Jan. 7, the lake was only accessible by snowmobile. There have been no recent angling reports. (01-08-19)

Starvation Reservoir

Fair

The reservoir capped with ice before New Year's Day. Rangers report varying ice thickness, ranging from three to twelve inches. Knights Hollow is reported to have about 12 inches of ice and is producing rainbow trout. Rabbit Gulch has been slow. Anglers report good catch rates near the Strawberry River inlet, with ice measuring around six inches. The reservoir water level is increasing slowly and is currently at 77 percent. Please keep the smaller walleye you catch to help the fishery and ensure healthier walleye populations. Also, if you catch crappie, please consider voluntarily releasing them so the population can become established. (01-08-19)

Steinaker Reservoir

Good

Small pockets of water have eight to ten inches of fishable ice. Be prepared for a long walk to the ice. Catch rates have started to slow, but consider fishing for trout in the shallower water, and bluegill in the deeper pockets. If you catch a tagged bluegill, biologists would still like you to report it by texting biologist Natalie Boren at 435-219-2644. Please keep in mind that the reservoir has returned to statewide regulations, so the bluegill limit is 50. See the Utah Fishing Guidebook for all regulations. Biologists also urge anglers to practice catch and release to help jump start the population. Please use extreme caution on and around the ice. There is less than five square acres of open water, which equates to about 400 acre feet. Although the water is at deadpool, many fish are still alive. Work on the dam has begun and will continue through the winter. We will not stock brown trout or rainbow trout in 2019 — we hope to begin restoring the fishery in 2020. (01-08-19)


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Southeastern Region Fishing Reports

Abajo Mountains

Good

Anglers at Lloyd's Lake have had a lot of success catching rainbows. Try using rainbow PowerBait or white tube jigs tipped with mealworms. Most of their success has been near the dam in 10 to 15 feet of water. The ice has been between five and six inches thick. (01-18-19)

Academy Mill Reservoir

Closed

Academy Mill Reservoir, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)

Benches Pond

Closed

Benches Pond, and other waters along Skyline Drive, may be inaccessible due to recent snowfall. It may take a few days for the highway to be plowed. (01-18-19)

Blue Lake

Closed

Blue Lake, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)

Boulger Reservoir

Closed

Boulger Reservoir, and other waters along Skyline Drive, may be inaccessible due to recent snowfall. It may take a few days for the highway to be plowed. (01-18-19)

Carbon County Community Fishing Pond

Closed

The Carbon County Community Fishing Pond is closed for the winter. (01-18-19)

Cleveland Reservoir

Closed

Cleveland Reservoir, and other waters along Skyline Drive, may be inaccessible due to recent snowfall. It may take a few days for the highway to be plowed. The ice here will also be covered by several feet of snow. (01-18-19)

Duck Fork Reservoir

Closed

Duck Fork Reservoir, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)

Electric Lake

Closed

Electric Lake, and other waters along Skyline Drive, may be inaccessible due to recent snowfall. It may take a few days for the highway to be plowed. Electric Lake is also covered by several feet of snow. (01-18-19)

Emerald Lake

Closed

Emerald Lake, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)

Fairview Lakes

Closed

Snow on the Manti-La Sal National Forest has made the road to Fairview Lakes inaccessible for highway vehicles. (01-18-19)

Ferron Reservoir

Closed

Ferron Reservoir, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)

Gigliotti Pond

Fair

Try using a white tube jig tipped with a worm for catching rainbow trout at Gigliotti Pond. (01-18-19)

Gooseberry Reservoir

Closed

Gooseberry Reservoir, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. Gooseberry, however, is accessible with a snow machine. (01-18-19)

Grassy Lake

Closed

Grassy Lake, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)

Huntington Creek

Closed

Portions of Huntington Creek, and other waters along Skyline Drive, may be inaccessible due to recent snowfall. It may take a few days for the highway to be plowed. (01-18-19)

Huntington North Reservoir

Good

Huntington North Reservoir is now capped in ice, which is clear and three to four inches thick. The ice thickness will vary across the reservoir, so use caution and stay close to the shore. Try using a white tube jig tipped with chub meat or a mealworm. (01-18-19)

Huntington Reservoir

Closed

Huntington Reservoir, and other waters along Skyline Drive, may be inaccessible due to recent snowfall. It may take a few days for the highway to be plowed. Huntington Reservoir is also covered by several feet of snow. (01-18-19)

Joes Valley Reservoir

Fair

Joes Valley Reservoir is now capped in ice, but ice thickness varies across the reservoir, so use caution. Ice will likely be the most stable on the east side of the reservoir. Try using a white tube jig tipped with chub meat for catching cutthroat trout and splake here. (01-18-19)

Knight-Ideal Community Fishing Pond

Closed

The Knight-Ideal Community Fishing Pond is closed for the winter. (01-18-19)

La Sal Mountains

Closed

Access to waterbodies on the La Sal mountains may be limited due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)

Lower Fish Creek

Closed

Lower Fish Creek, and other waters along Skyline Drive, may be inaccessible due to recent snowfall. It may take a few days for the highway to be plowed. (01-18-19)

Miller Flat Reservoir

Closed

Miller Flat Reservoir, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. Miller Flat Reservoir is accessible with a snow machine. (01-18-19)

Millsite Reservoir & State Park

Fair

Millsite Reservoir is now capped in ice that is about five inches thick. Try using a white tube jig tipped with chub meat or a mealworm to catch trout. (01-18-19)

Petes Hole

Closed

Petes Hole, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)

Potters Ponds

Closed

Potters Ponds, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)

Price River

Closed

Much of the Price River through Price Canyon has frozen over. (01-18-19)

Right Fork of Huntington Creek

Closed

The Right Fork of Huntington Creek, and other waters along Skyline Drive, may be inaccessible due to recent snowfall. It may take a few days for the highway to be plowed. (01-18-19)

Scofield Reservoir

Good

Expect lots of snow on and around Scofield Reservoir. Highway access may be limited for a few days while the highway is plowed. Fishing has been good at Scofield Reservoir with jigs or paddle bugs in various colors tipped with chub meat. You might also try using white or green glow-in-the-dark jigs tipped with wax worms or nightcrawlers. Anglers have reported the fishing to be best when the fish see lots of movement from jigs. Fishing has also been best shortly after sunrise. (01-18-19)

Soup Bowl

Closed

Soup Bowl, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)

Willow Lake

Closed

Willow Lake, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)

Wrigley Springs Reservoir

Closed

Wrigley Springs Reservoir, and several other waters on the Manti-La Sal National Forest, are likely inaccessible to highway vehicles due to recent snowfall. (01-18-19)


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Southern Region Fishing Reports

Baker Reservoir

Fair

Catchable-sized rainbow trout have been stocked. The water level is up and clear. (01-18-19)

Barker Reservoirs (North Creek Lakes)

Fair

The Willow Bottom reservoirs are closed to fishing until April 20. Lakes should have safe ice, but snow limits access. (01-18-19)

Beaver Mountain Lakes

Fair

The lakes should have safe ice, but snow limits access. (01-18-19)

Beaver River, Lower

Slow

Surface ice often makes winter fishing difficult. (01-18-19)

Beaver River, Upper

Slow

Anchor ice makes winter fishing difficult. (01-18-19)

Boulder Mountain

Fair

Several Boulder Mountain lakes are closed to fishing until April 20. Check the Utah Fishing Guidebook to see which lakes are closed. Most of the lakes have safe ice, but access is limited by snow to snowmobiles and ATVs with tracks. (01-18-19)

Clear Creek

Fair

Bonneville cutthroat trout are abundant throughout Clear Creek and its tributaries. (01-18-19)

Corn Creek

Fair

Access is limited by snow. (01-18-19)

Duck Creek Pond / Aspen Mirror Lake

Slow

There is a thin layer of ice covering most of Duck Creek Pond. (01-18-19)

East Fork Sevier River in Kingston Canyon

Slow

Surface ice often makes winter fishing difficult. The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools. Call the Circle Valley Anglers fly shop at 435-577-2168 for up-to-date conditions and fishing reports. (01-18-19)

East Fork Sevier River, Black Canyon

Fair

Black Canyon usually remains ice-free in the winter due to spring inflow. Water flows are a little murky, but not unfishable. The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools. Call the Circle Valley Anglers fly shop at 435-577-2168 for up-to-date conditions and fishing reports. (01-18-19)

East Fork Sevier River, Upper

Slow

Access is limited by snow. We have begun work that will restore native Bonneville cutthroat trout in this drainage. Blubber and Upper Kanab creeks were recently treated with rotenone to remove non-native fish. Fishing opportunities will be limited in those streams until cutthroat trout are established in three or four years. (01-18-19)

Enterprise Reservoir, Upper

Slow

Access is good to the top of the boat ramp. The ice is about eight inches thick, but use caution because there are some soft spots due to occasional thawing. There is not much fishing pressure and the water level remains low. (01-18-19)

Fish Lake

Hot

The Fish Lake Perch Tournament will be held on February 23, 2019. The contest is free, but you need to register online. The outlook for the tournament is good this year. Safe ice is forming at the normal time. Also, the weather is usually better in February (in past years, we've held the tournament in January).

Fish Lake is entirely capped with eight to 12 inches of ice. Fishing pressure is heavy on the weekends. Fishing is fast for perch and small trout just outside the weeds in 12 to 20 feet of water. Use small jigs, ice flies, or jigging spoons tipped with meal worms, nightcrawlers or perch meat. Perch stay within a couple feet of the bottom, and you can find trout on the bottom or suspended. If you want to catch a lot of perch, focus on the north or south end of the lake. The sections through the middle have fewer perch due to a more narrow weed line. To increase your trout catch and average size, move out 20 to 40 feet and increase your jig size. You can also catch rainbows and splake suspended 20 to 40 feet down over deeper water. You may also catch an occasional kokanee salmon. For lake trout, head out to deeper water (50 to 100 feet) and fish large tube jigs tipped with cut bait (chub, sucker or perch) on the bottom. A good fish finder is essential to spot lake trout and react to their behavior. A heavy dose of patience is also required. It's typical to catch several pups and an occasional large lake trout. It's also common to see a lot of fish swim by and look without biting. Call the Fish Lake Lodge at 435-638-1000 before you go to check on current conditions and get up-to-date fishing reports. (01-18-19)

Forsyth Reservoir

Slow

The few anglers out fishing report 12 inches of ice. Fishing is very slow. (01-18-19)

Fremont River

Slow

The road from Mill Meadow Reservoir to Johnson Reservoir is not plowed. The Quiet Fly Fisher fly shop reports slow to fair fishing using midge patterns. Ice cover makes fishing a little difficult on the colder days. (01-18-19)

Gunlock Reservoir

Slow

Visit the state parks website for boat ramp hours. The fish restocked after the 2015 treatment to remove smallmouth bass have experienced exceptional spawning and growth. Look for conditions to continue to improve at Gunlock over the next year. (01-18-19)

Gunnison Bend Reservoir

Fair

Anglers report four to six inches of ice with some thin spots at Gunnison Bend and DMAD reservoirs. Fishing is slow through the ice. Fishing is fair for white bass, yellow perch and walleye at the DMAD outlets. (01-18-19)

Iron County Community Fisheries

Slow

Lake at the Hills is closed during the winter due to unsafe ice. (01-18-19)

Johnson Reservoir

Slow

The access roads are not maintained during the winter. Call the Quiet Fly Fisher fly shop at 435-616-2319 for up-to-date conditions and fishing reports. (01-18-19)

Kolob Reservoir

Slow

The reservoir was mostly drained and treated with rotenone in fall 2018 to remove illegally stocked yellow perch, green sunfish and bluegill. Trout will be restocked as early as possible in spring 2019. (01-18-19)

Koosharem Reservoir

Slow

The reservoir was completely drained in 2018 for irrigation use and dam repairs. The reservoir is starting to fill now, but trout will not be stocked until spring. (01-18-19)

Lower Bowns Reservoir

Slow

There are no recent reports on access or ice. Call the Quiet Fly Fisher fly shop at 435-616-2319 for up-to-date conditions and fishing reports. (01-18-19)

Mammoth Creek

Slow

Be aware that the private land in Hatch Meadow has been posted closed to trespassing, so Mammoth Creek is not accessible there. Expect surface ice on lower Mammoth Creek, lower Asay Creek and the upper Sevier River near Hatch. (01-18-19)

Mill Meadow Reservoir

Slow

The ice is safe. Fishing is slow to fair for small rainbows, browns and perch. Call the Quiet Fly Fisher fly shop at 435-616-2319 for up-to-date conditions and fishing reports. (01-18-19)

Minersville Reservoir

Slow

The ice varies from three to six inches, with the thickest ice near the dam. Use caution as occasional mild temperatures can really affect the ice here. (01-18-19)

Monroe Mountain Lakes

Slow

Access is not maintained during winter. (01-18-19)

Navajo Lake

Slow

The ice is safe, but access is limited to snowmobiles. There is pretty heavy slush on top of the ice. Fishing is slow to fair for small rainbow and splake trout. Larger splake are also present, but they can be pretty tough to catch. (01-18-19)

Newcastle Reservoir

Slow

The ice appears unsafe. (01-18-19)

Otter Creek Reservoir & State Park

Slow

The ice is more than 10 inches thick. Fishing has been mostly slow, though many of the fish caught are over two pounds. Your best bet for success is to go fishing early and move away from crowds and heavily fished areas. (01-18-19)

Panguitch Lake

Good

The lake is capped with 10 to 12 inches of ice. There is heavy fishing pressure on the weekends. Fishing is fair early in the shallows, but slows down around mid-morning. Look for more consistent action in deeper water (25 to 35 feet). There is heavy fishing pressure in the popular areas in the shallows, which pushes active fish to deeper water or the less fished shorelines. Try to get away from the crowds to find better fishing. You can find fish at any depth in the deep water, so a fish finder can be very useful. Rainbow trout are concentrated heavily in the top 15 feet. You can easily sight fish for them in a tent. Light-colored (especially glow) jigs tipped with shrimp or chub meat are producing most consistently. (01-18-19)

Paragonah Reservoir

Hot

Access has been possible at times with a four-wheel-drive vehicle, though it may be more difficult after the latest storms. Anglers report 10 inches of ice. Fishing is very fast for tiger trout up to 16 inches — though most are 10 or 11 inches — with a handful of cutthroat trout mixed in. Jigs tipped with nightcrawler or chub meat are working well. Starting Jan 1, the trout limit has been reduced to four, which is the same as the statewide limit. The tiger trout stocked after the fire have survived very well. Feel free to take your limit to help cut down on competition and improve growth. (01-18-19)

Pine Lake

Fair

There are no recent reports on access. Ice fishing is typically good, if you can get there. (01-18-19)

Piute Reservoir

Slow

The reservoir was mostly drained in 2018 for irrigation needs. (01-18-19)

Quail Lake

Good

Catchable-sized rainbow trout have been stocked and should provide fair to good fishing from shore and boats. For bass during cold weather, the keys are to fish deep (20 to 30 feet) and use a slow presentation. Finesse baits like Senkos, dropshot rigs and shaky heads are very conducive to a slow presentation. Slow-rolling spinnerbaits can also be effective. (01-18-19)

Sand Hollow Reservoir

Slow

Bass activity slows down as the water cools in the winter, but anglers still catch a few nice fish every year during the colder months. The keys are to fish deep (20 to 30 feet) and use a slow presentation. Finesse baits like Senkos, dropshot rigs and shaky heads are very conducive to a slow presentation. Slow-rolling spinnerbaits can also be effective. (01-18-19)

Sevier River in Marysvale Canyon

Fair

The surface ice often makes winter fishing difficult. The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools. (01-18-19)

Thousand Lake Mountain

Fair

The lake should have safe ice, but snow limits access. Call the Quiet Fly Fisher fly shop at 435-616-2319 for up-to-date conditions and fishing reports. (01-18-19)

Tropic Reservoir

Slow

The reservoir should have safe ice. Access is possible with a four-wheel-drive vehicle. Rainbow trout often don't overwinter well, but you can catch a few nice-sized brown trout through the ice. (01-18-19)

Washington County Community Fisheries

Fair

Trout are stocked periodically through the cold months and provide fair to good fishing. (01-18-19)

Wide Hollow Reservoir

Slow

The state park reports that there are five inches of ice, with some open spots. There is little to no fishing pressure. We began introducing black crappie in 2017 in order to establish a new population for anglers to target. If you catch any crappie, please release them so that they can spawn. (01-18-19)

Yankee Meadow Reservoir

Fair

There should be more than 10 inches of ice. Access is limited by snow. Ice fishing is typically fair to good, if you can get there. (01-18-19)


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Lake Powell Fishing Report

Lake Powell

Good

Lake elevation: 3,579 feet

Water temperatures: 47°F

My inaugural fishing trip for 2019 began the morning of Jan. 9 at 9 a.m. We chose that day because there was a chance of a little bit of sun and no wind. The air temperature was 34 degrees and the water temperature was at the normal winter reading of 47 degrees. I dressed in my normal 15 layers of clothing and waddled onto the boat.

The first stop was the Castle Rock Cut. It did not take long to confirm that the Cut is now impassable. You can walk across the Cut in the mud but the only way a boat can make it is if you carry it on your back. I do not recommend that. Take the long trip around the main channel and through Antelope Point Marina.

We chose to fish in Wahweap Bay instead of spending our short allotted time running instead of fishing. First stop was Lone Rock Canyon where I successfully fished for bass and stripers just before the New Year. The rock at the mouth of Lone Rock Canyon was our first stop, but instead of catching a three-pound largemouth bass, we got a bite from a small striper on a green-and-black wacky rigged senko. We saw the fish but it spit out the bait before we could land it.

An hour passed without another bite. We switched over to spoons and searched for deep stripers directly east of Lone Rock beach. The only evidence of fish in the area was a few single marks on the graph swimming at mid-depth.

We tried fishing Ice Cream Canyon on spoons and jigs but didn't have any success. Our next stop was the mouth of the cove leading to the Big Sand Dune. Again, we saw a few single fish marks at mid-depth. The only logical way to target these individual fish — which ranged around at 25 to 40 feet — was to troll a deep diving lure or use downriggers. We put on some 20-foot deep divers and headed towards Castle Rock. It only took a few minutes to find the first taker: a very healthy 2.5-pound striper hit the Rapala DT20 ( which dives to 20 feet) in chartreuse-lime color. A short time later, we caught another very healthy 2.5-pound twin on a similar lure in Helsinki Shad and then Cisco Shad color. The key here is to troll at 20 to 30 feet with a lure resembling shad.

Later, as we filleted fish, we found that each fish had shad in the stomach. Those single marks we saw on the graph were stripers that had fed on the shad that were out looking for another target. Striper schools were tight to the bottom and not often visible. When you find single targets at mid-depth, it is an indication that trolling is the best technique. When large schools are seen moving the best technique is to drop spoons or bait into the schools. This pattern should hold until the lake water starts to warm in the springtime.

(01-10-19)

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