Ummmm.... I think not.americanforkdude said:
I think I would go for trout in Utah Lake first. The idea of doing any good ice fishing for kokanee seems unlikely, but hey what do I know.americanforkdude said:
Please elaborate....? :roll:holman927 said:I think I would go for trout in Utah Lake first. The idea of doing any good ice fishing for kokanee seems unlikely, but hey what do I know.americanforkdude said:
It just seems like you would have to fish awfully deep to target the kokanee. I dont imagine that theres to many cutts that run that deep.
I've caught hundreds from multiple places.BROWN BAGGER said:If you have ever fished for kokes in the spring up at the gorge, you'll know that their jaws are very very soft. they are extremely tough to real in with out traring their jaws. I have yet to here anyone catching a koke ice fishing. they are the best in late summer when they start to reach larger sizes.
No, no pike, burbot or lakers.... let's pray no bucket bio's put any other species in there.americanforkdude said:I guess your catching lakers, burbot, and pike out of there too sounds like. I wasn't trying to be a less than admirable being, more or less begging to see how its done. Guess you don't wanna share a secret and i can't say i blame ya, but I will fish the area this year and see what i come up w/.