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Lake: Dillon Reservoir
River: Snake River
Fish: Kokanee

Snake River Inlet

Post By: Friscosquid      Posted: 12/20/2018 12:59:48 PM     Points: 0    
Hello Everyone,
I was wondering if anyone has fished the snake river inlet yet this year, or at least what is is left of it? Anyone fish where there is some deeper water on the snake arm, if so any luck?
Thanks.
 Reply by: tman00220      Posted: 12/20/2018 2:43:52 PM     Points: 43    
There was a previous post on this already. It is not fishable this year. Not enough water flowing.

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 Reply by: Friscosquid      Posted: 12/20/2018 3:13:49 PM     Points: 0    
I know about the previous posts, but I am still curious if anyone has been there recently. Even though the river is pretty much dry does not mean the snake arm of the Dillon reservoir is dry. Has anyone been out there or fished the hard water in the snake river arm of Dillon reservoir?
 Reply by: shiverfix      Posted: 12/20/2018 3:51:05 PM     Points: 3441    
Friscosquid, the lake is down far enough there isn't any water in the snake river arm. The area normally fished is dry. From my understanding there isn't water until almost the main lake.
 Reply by: Goosehunter82      Posted: 12/20/2018 4:29:49 PM     Points: 47406    
I'll be up that way tomorrow fishing. If we have time I'll get off the highway and do a drive by.
 Reply by: alphaslack      Posted: 12/20/2018 10:09:11 PM     Points: 0    
Fished Snake River Inlet 12/16. We caught mostly Bows with a couple of Kokes 300 yards lakeside of the normal koke grounds. We were in 14 ft of water most of the time. There was a couple of guys chasing kokes inlet side of us in around 7 feet of water. They said they caught 15 or so kokes by chasing schools around with a flasher. 8 inches of good ice everywhere we drilled.
 Reply by: not too old to fish      Posted: 12/21/2018 9:11:57 AM     Points: 4655    
Any size to the kokes? Were the bows in good shape or still on the skinny side?
 Reply by: not too old to fish      Posted: 12/21/2018 9:12:53 AM     Points: 4655    
Alphaslack, thanks for the report.Any size to the kokes? Were the bows in good shape or still on the skinny side? Oops forgot to hit the edit button.
 Reply by: Goosehunter82      Posted: 12/21/2018 3:52:00 PM     Points: 47406    
Saw the report up above se we stayed on the highway. From the highway the lake is obviously low but also looked to be quite a bit of open water on the lake still.
 Reply by: Friscosquid      Posted: 12/21/2018 6:18:27 PM     Points: 0    
Hello Goosehunter,
Did you see anyone ice fishing when you drove by?
 Reply by: Goosehunter82      Posted: 12/21/2018 6:22:48 PM     Points: 47406    
No but most of what we saw was open water.
 Reply by: alphaslack      Posted: 12/21/2018 6:48:07 PM     Points: 0    
Hit the Snake River inlet again this morning 12/21. With some help from friends fished closer to the inlet than last time and got on the Kokes. We limited throwing back females and got a nice fat 16 inch bow to boot. Kokes size was definitely better than last year. 10-12 inches and fat (for kokes) for most

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