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After the last two years it looks like we may finally escape a harsh winter this year. The last two weeks have been spring like, I just took a look at the 10 day and most days will be in the high 50's to low 60's.
Looking back the mild winters were some of the best all around fishing years I've ever experienced. If this keeps up maybe we will only have February to deal with, I can handle 28 days of winter!
Now that the holidays have passed I plan on doing some serious freshwater fishing. Fishing is much more enjoyable when ice isn't forming on your rod tip. :D
 

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I agree the fishing heats up quick and the action is usually good. Cross your fingers!
 

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"Green heads, knats and mosquitoes will be around in force."


Unlike last year? I didn't notice any drop in skeeters or strawberry flies last spring because of the harsh winter. In fact, they seemed worse than ever. There was so much water the skeeters were very abundant. Greenie season was a joke, though, which is always good.
 

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Originally posted by mudcat:
The only problem with a mild winter is the potential bug problem that we will have this season. Green heads, knats and mosquitoes will be around in force.
I never "bought" that theory. Ever been to Ontario or Alaska? -30F in the winter and HUGE bugs in the summer.
 
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