Slush monster! Got to scofield at sunrise last saturday. Fished madsen bay area. Boy am I glad I brought the snow shoes! The slush was horrible, most people got their boots soaked. Tons of people got stuck with their 4 wheelers and even snowmobiles. I caught one nice fat rainbow right off the bat with a cutter bug tipped with a mealworm in about 8 feet of water then moved deeper, and that was the only fish for the day. Most people didn't get anything. I watched the fish on my underwater camera. They would swim around my lures but never attempt a bite, nomatter what I used. I tried waxies, worms, mealworms, salmon eggs, and minnows with varying combinations, lures, and jigging styles. They just wouldn't bite. Didn't see anyone else the whole day catch anything. I drove around the reservoir and watched people from the road and it was the same story. No fish on the ice either by anyone. I took a scenic drive up to Huntington and it was beautiful weather. The snow was incredibly deep at Huntington and nobody was on the ice. I jumped and crawled up on top of the snow from the parking lot and snowshoed down to the ice. Snow on the ice itself was a couple feet deep. Ice was nice and thick. Used a snow shovel, then I had to bury the auger all the way to the handle to punch through. By then a couple guys walked in my snowshoe tracks down to fish as well. Fished there for a little bit with minnows on a cutter bug jig and watched with my camera at the same time. Saw a couple, but they too didn't even attempt a bite. I'm going to give those reservoirs a couple weeks before I fish again. Let the fish decide they want to eat again. Maybe try the berry. Can't wait for the late ice action now, that is always killer!