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General RegionIdaho
Specific LocationBear Lake
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Conditions & Hatchessunny, 81, all next week.

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BaronJune 28th, 2019, 1:35 pm
Pennsylvania

Posts: 16
Has anyone been to Bear Lake in Id/Ut? Its one of those emerald lakes where the visibility is seemingly endless. I'll be there visiting with family next week and will have a 6wt rod/reel/line combo. I've read that the primary fish (Cutthroat and lakers) are deep this time of year and I don't have the gear for that. Would there still be smaller browns and rainbows around the grassy or rocky banks or must I move to streams to have a hope of catching anything. I am a small stream fisherman from eastern PA and have very little idea how to approach a wide open lake with hardly any cover. I'm willing to change target species and also location but I'd prefer to be in or near the lake. Any advice is appreciated as I don't wan't to get skunked in front of my grandchildren;-(
Baron

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