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Thread: 2023 Anderson Ranch Reservoir Kokanee Report

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    Default 2023 Anderson Ranch Reservoir Kokanee Report

    Ice off should be coming soon. Best of luck to the Fly Boys of Mountain Home AFB.
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    Based on the Bureau of Reclamation we should be able to launch boats. Does anyone know how deep the snow is or if there is a ramp thatís plowed yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dustyjohns View Post
    Based on the Bureau of Reclamation we should be able to launch boats. Does anyone know how deep the snow is or if there is a ramp thatís plowed yet?
    Water is iced over from Pine up to the narrows as of 3/12, no ice visible from the dam. Havenít been by the launch though. Thinking too much snow still, unless theyíve plowed it. Nasty pothole is back on the dam, donít lose a trailer tire!

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    You can see satellite images of anderson ranch reservoir on https://lakemonster.com/map for free. You can see that the reservoir is indeed frozen from the Lime Creek area all the way north to Pine. Do you guys think kokanee fishing would be any good in the thawed area towards the damn this early?

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    Lake monster images are out of date by a couple weeks last I looked. Fishing is generally awesome in the open water near the ice. Problem this year is the amount of snow covering the ramps. Unless someone wants to go plow one it will probably be a couple more weeks before the ramps are useable.
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    Default Anderson ramps

    Took a drive on Sunday to check on the ramps. As has been mentioned, the ice is not the challenge, there is a substantial amount of snow at the entrance and parking area of the Elk Creek ramp. The ramp itself looks to be coming off faster than the parking area-understandably.

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