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Who is willing to admit they are fishing this year's Polar Bear?

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(This could be fun)

So with the highest recorded water level EVER today, and what will be extreme current for the next 2 days until the close the flood gates.......

 

Who is crazy enough to admit they will fish this year's Polar Bear tournament? 

Not only will it be dangerous with floating debris everywhere......this is unprecedented fishing conditions.  Winter, water temps should be in the mid to upper 40's, dirty as yesterday's EZ-Mart coffee, and on top of that........just plain cold with lows in the 20's Friday.

 

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if the lake isn't closed to boat traffic(which it should be), I would fish it if I was in the general area.  Wide open.  If anyone could find some clear water, they could win with a couple of fish.  No local advantage at all.  Closest thing you will ever get to an old mystery lake Classic.

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The mudline will likely be up near the dam itself.  With the amount of widow makers floating between Prairie Creek and the Dam, if someone was to win, it would pay the insurance fees for hull repairs. :-)

 

I saw a video of the Hickory Creek area and it looked to be anice 8-15mph current draw with how fast the tree was floating down river. 

Get out and look out of curiosity?  Nothing to see. Just high water and debris floating everywhere. 

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I'm not really fishing it, but they should postpone the polar bear due to the debris. I bet the turnout is lower than average. 

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