Bear Pond Fishing Reports & Feedback

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Average of 12 ratings as of Jul. 11, 2016

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by bakercreek56 on Jul. 11, 2016

Spectacular little lake. 4.5 hours on the water and over two dozen beautiful Grayling. Well worth packing in a belly boat. Still C&R though folks so a little dismayed to see fish heads and guts in the water by the shore.

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by Fry guy 78 on Jun. 5, 2016

Had a great day with my little girl went to the bar u ranch then went fishing & swimming for about 4 hr caught 6 on a spin cast & 3 on the fly rod

by Fry guy on Apr. 1, 2016

Has anyone been up there lately thinking of going next week

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by MB on Aug. 28, 2014

Stocking program worked well - lots of fun.

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by iFish Guest on Aug. 28, 2013

Just left up there huge grizzly bear on north side. Wouldn't advise it unless bear prepared. Left right away

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by Johnny Ray on Aug. 13, 2012

Big iron wintered 2011 Grizzly have been seen in area. Be prepared,be bear aware.

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by J on Jun. 26, 2012

Sign at the pond Stocked with 1cm fry so no good for another year or two. Save yourself the climb.

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by Scott on Aug. 1, 2011

still nothing in the lake. no bites, no rises, nothing. Can someone advise if Big Iron also had winter kill? Thanks

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by MB on Jul. 18, 2011

Too bad 99% of the fish winterkilled - someone please update if it is restocked. Hiked up late last night, there was a big hatch and not a single fish rose.

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by Omniverse ltd on Jul. 11, 2011

Caught nothing with spinner bait except a few underwater logs

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by ULTRAreel on May. 21, 2011

Ice cover still 90% , but in last phases of breakup. Winterkills around entire edge of lake, counted at least 20. Hope some are still alive in there.

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by Ricky Bobby on May. 17, 2011

Lots of fun if your fly fishing. If your a rookie though, it would be a lot easier with a belly boat or something because the trees are so thick.

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