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JoeTC

Anyone know if the lakes in the area have locked up? Little Boy in particular?

Thanks

Joe

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Mrkeb

I was in the area over thanksgiving weekend and most of the lakes that are smaller and shallow were locked up. How much ice? I dont really know. The bigger and deeper lakes that I saw were still open, but starting to form ice on the shorelines. I'm guessing it wont be long.

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fishlakeman

Why should it matter if Little Boy is frozen. It's not like ur gonna catch anything. Give me a call if u want to actually catch a walleye and we'll go to OT.

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JoeTC

You know I ice more walleyes on LB than you do on OT, and tomorrow morning I'll show you how to catch bull gills.

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bullzeyez61

Has anybody ever fished widow lake for walleyes in the winter?

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maros91

Any ice reports on Wabedo yet? Done fairly well there in the past. Will be up there for work from Fri-Mon. Thinking about bringing the porty with.

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Walleye Guy

Bullz,

We (6-8 of us)generally get out to Widow once every January to fish walleyes. Been doing it for 4-5 years. One time we did really well. The other times it was nothing or maybe one fish. They are in there but we either don't know where to go or the population isn't real big.

WG

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bullzeyez61

I have only fished widow once for about an hour (had problems with the depth finder) and I managed to pull out one 22 incher.

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fishroger

Got about 10" snow. Chances are any lakes are going to be very slushy or very dangerous to access. Some of the smaller lakes had 5-6' ice, but with the snow it could be dicey.

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B@ssmaster

On a very small lake just north of Widow we have 7-8" of ice, and about 7" of snow. Was safe enough for an ATV, but getting a little tough to move around with slush forming Sunday. Will be a mess unless this cold continues and firms it up..........

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