Thanks Yooper77, I'm sure it will be cool enough for me! Being a transplanted SE Texas boy here to Utah, I got spoiled hunting in cold weather/snow, ha. I had plenty of cold weather/snow as a soldier in Germany, back in early seventies, I much preferred the snow to mud then, as any soldier would, ha. It was wet snow too, so the dryer climate of Utah is great! I can walk around in 20 deg weather with just a light jacket on! 28 deg in SE Texas froze water pipes and shut everything down, ha!
I don't need the lake to be frozen as I am not planning on ice fishing, just wanted to see something like that. Our high reserviors freeze over and people ice fish on them. Not me, I've seen too many "B" movies of trucks falling through the ice, etc. ha.