There is a park here in central Iowa where they stock rainbows into a pond / very small lake 3 times a year. Once in October, January and March. They usually stock about 1600 to 2000 catchable size rainbows at a time. They obviously are tanked raised and are use to being feed on a certain schedule. What would be best for catching these through the ice as far as bait goes....ive heard locals say that they have better luck using corn instead of the traditional trout baits because it is more similar to the type of feed they have been getting...any thoughts. They are stocking it this Friday at noon and I plan on being there friday afternoon and probably most of the day saturday.- Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated because I am very unfamiliar with trout fishing and all of the tricks of the trade that come with it. Oh yeah, I also heard that since the trout have been tank raised they are likely to stay suspended or remain in shallow water because that is what they are use to and that they will usually tend to stay near the shore...is there any truth to this? Because if I didn't know better I would probably end up fishing off of the bottom like I usually do when I ice fish.