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wildcatcreek

How Cold is too Cold

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I was wondering at what temperature the rough fish stop biting. Do you guys stop fishing for them when it gets cold, or do you keep going after them until the ice covers the water? I need to know what to target when it gets really cold outside, because I don't want to stop fishing until I have to. Feedback will be appreciated.

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I've caught carp ice fishing the backwater of the mississippi. So I would say it never is too cold for roughies, if you know where to look.

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Try areas with warmer water entering in the winter.

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Got a big one today in 49.5 degree water.

Where did you go fishing for that catch?

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