Winter arrives in the area


Winter arrived in the area this week with below freezing temperatures and a coating of snow. The recent cold temperatures have caused ice to form along the edge of the Guyandotte River and local creeks. Chief Logan Pond has a thin layer of ice forming on the shallow end but the ice, along with the frigid temps, hasn’t kept people from trout fishing. Pictured below, Mud Fork resident Mick Baisden, right, and West Logan resident Steven Harrison, were out Tuesday afternoon angling for trout. Chief Logan Pond was stocked with trout the week of January 4-8.


Winter arrived in the area this week with below freezing temperatures and a coating of snow. The recent cold temperatures have caused ice to form along the edge of the Guyandotte River and local creeks. Chief Logan Pond has a thin layer of ice forming on the shallow end but the ice, along with the frigid temps, hasn’t kept people from trout fishing. Pictured below, Mud Fork resident Mick Baisden, right, and West Logan resident Steven Harrison, were out Tuesday afternoon angling for trout. Chief Logan Pond was stocked with trout the week of January 4-8.


Winter arrived in the area this week with below freezing temperatures and a coating of snow. The recent cold temperatures have caused ice to form along the edge of the Guyandotte River and local creeks. Chief Logan Pond has a thin layer of ice forming on the shallow end but the ice, along with the frigid temps, hasn’t kept people from trout fishing. Pictured below, Mud Fork resident Mick Baisden, right, and West Logan resident Steven Harrison, were out Tuesday afternoon angling for trout. Chief Logan Pond was stocked with trout the week of January 4-8.

Winter arrived in the area this week with below freezing temperatures and a coating of snow. The recent cold temperatures have caused ice to form along the edge of the Guyandotte River and local creeks. Chief Logan Pond has a thin layer of ice forming on the shallow end but the ice, along with the frigid temps, hasn’t kept people from trout fishing. Pictured below, Mud Fork resident Mick Baisden, right, and West Logan resident Steven Harrison, were out Tuesday afternoon angling for trout. Chief Logan Pond was stocked with trout the week of January 4-8.

Winter arrived in the area this week with below freezing temperatures and a coating of snow. The recent cold temperatures have caused ice to form along the edge of the Guyandotte River and local creeks. Chief Logan Pond has a thin layer of ice forming on the shallow end but the ice, along with the frigid temps, hasn’t kept people from trout fishing. Pictured below, Mud Fork resident Mick Baisden, right, and West Logan resident Steven Harrison, were out Tuesday afternoon angling for trout. Chief Logan Pond was stocked with trout the week of January 4-8.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_Front_ducks-CMYK.jpgWinter arrived in the area this week with below freezing temperatures and a coating of snow. The recent cold temperatures have caused ice to form along the edge of the Guyandotte River and local creeks. Chief Logan Pond has a thin layer of ice forming on the shallow end but the ice, along with the frigid temps, hasn’t kept people from trout fishing. Pictured below, Mud Fork resident Mick Baisden, right, and West Logan resident Steven Harrison, were out Tuesday afternoon angling for trout. Chief Logan Pond was stocked with trout the week of January 4-8.

Winter arrived in the area this week with below freezing temperatures and a coating of snow. The recent cold temperatures have caused ice to form along the edge of the Guyandotte River and local creeks. Chief Logan Pond has a thin layer of ice forming on the shallow end but the ice, along with the frigid temps, hasn’t kept people from trout fishing. Pictured below, Mud Fork resident Mick Baisden, right, and West Logan resident Steven Harrison, were out Tuesday afternoon angling for trout. Chief Logan Pond was stocked with trout the week of January 4-8.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_Front_fishing-CMYK.jpgWinter arrived in the area this week with below freezing temperatures and a coating of snow. The recent cold temperatures have caused ice to form along the edge of the Guyandotte River and local creeks. Chief Logan Pond has a thin layer of ice forming on the shallow end but the ice, along with the frigid temps, hasn’t kept people from trout fishing. Pictured below, Mud Fork resident Mick Baisden, right, and West Logan resident Steven Harrison, were out Tuesday afternoon angling for trout. Chief Logan Pond was stocked with trout the week of January 4-8.
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