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The key to fishing Coldwater is the ability to cover a lot of water. I catch 99% of my fish 30' or less from the shore. This time of year is a great time to sight fish. The fish are cruising along the shore looking for some easy pickings. I fished it last Saturday and did well for bows and cutts to 17" sight fishing. Saw a couple piggys as well. This type of fishing is a blast. Spot a fish, cast in front of it and hang on. I would spend most of my time fishing the northern half of the lake. Also, believe it or not there were numerous hatches coming off and the fish were keying in on the hatch. I'm sure this cold weather has put a halt to any more big hatches. Which should make the trout less picky.
 
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