Hebgen Ice Fishing report: Ice conditions- Slush has decreased In most areas of the lake, with a good hard crust setting up over the past week. Ice is still plenty thick at 12” to 20”. Four wheelers remain extremely limited, so a snowmobile is recommended if you intend to move about the lake. The Narrows are fishing the best with plenty of rainbows. Those looking for some larger Browns and Bows should move towards the dam and fish in 15 f.o.w. or more and jig with a small jig or icefly just of bottom to 12” f.o.w. Small Pimples and spoons have also been productive. The bite has been slow after 10 am but big fish are still hitting. Usually hitting hard and making multiple runs. It’s good to be light on your feet and your drag! Best of Luck and Tight Lines.
Kirkwood Resort & Marina
On the North Shore of Hebgen Lake
11505 Hebgen Lake Rd.
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