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outfishedagain

getting excited!!!

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I recently moved to the grand forks area and and looking to ice fish low. I've been looking at maps and see that there is a few areas with structure on the west side of the lake. Just woundering how the fishing is on this side of the lake? How thick is the ice and avg. cause i've never ice fished it before. But i've been getting the ice itch.

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West side, like Warroad, or west side like the Angle, Big Narrows?

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Sorry, i wasn't clear enough. Yes, near Warroad. I've just never fished outside of the River.

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Welcome to the real "up north". If you spend some time

looking at the ice fishing posts on this forum you will

find answers to all your questions and more.

LOW is much more than the Rainy River.

I will call up a very good post called "things to do on the

big pond". Watch for it on the main listings...good reading

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