Amber Lake Report 3.20.17

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The vast majority of the ice has disappeared since my last report and Amber Lake is fishing well. Bloodworms, balanced leeches, and chironomids will be effective along the shoreline for anglers itching to stare at a bobber. Damsel nymphs and leeches slowly retrieved on an intermediate line should get it done for those not willing to stay in one place for too long.

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Temperatures are supposed to be in the fifties, the sun doesn’t set until 7:00, and it's officially spring! What else do you need to end cabin fever and get out there with your family? Gooooooo!!!!!

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I was raised in Maine and spent all of my spare time in the outdoors. I met my wife in 2002 while working on a charter boat in Key West and have lived in the Pacific Northwest since 2003. Fishing is my passion in life, and I love sharing that passion with my customers and coworkers. You can find me working at our Coeur d'Alene store, so please feel free to stop by, get a cup of coffee and tell me about your latest fishing trip!

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