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Anyone going to the Ice Frenzy?

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Anyone going to the Ice Frenzy at the Minneapolis convention center on weekend of Nov 16th? Man I've got the itch...

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Not me! grin.gif

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not sure if I will go to this one or the st paul one.

I will look at what they offer right before the frenzy starts and decide.

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I'm going to both, Cant get enough of anything Ice Fishing stuff! See everybody there...

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Wow! Ice fishing is near for sure. Fish Lake in Maple Grove was frozen out to about 75 yards from shore this morning. Almost all small ponds in the area were completely skimmed over.

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gonna be near 60 sunday, dont fire up that auger just yet! grin.gif

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gonna be near 60 sunday, dont fire up that auger just yet!
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hhaha I started mine on Saturday. I was full throttling the sucker for a half an hour cause I miss it that (Contact Us Please) much.

I will be attending the Frenzy on Friday when it opens. I work in a office about three blocks from the convention center so I think I'll sneak a few hour break smile.gif

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I'll be there all weekend in the Thorne Bros booth. Should be a great time!

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I'll be there Sunday!

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If I'm not fishing I might go saturday.

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