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checkin ice today

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going out to the channel Lindstrom, forrest lake #3, etc. checkin out the ice. Will get back to ya on the news.

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going out to the channel Lindstrom, forrest lake #3, etc. checkin out the ice. Will get back to ya on the news.


As long as we don't see you on the news.

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FS- there was open water in the channel of Lindstrom as early as yesterday.... South Center is still wide open as of 7:30 this am... There may be patches of ice in the channel but I bet there are a ton of ultra.. ULTRA thin spots.

Please be safe...

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Yep. That ice wasn't but 3-ish on the shore from the old access. Still busted up and open in the channel off the old access. only walked out about 10 ft. 3". Sad for me. so i drove around...one small 1-man out from the park in North bay on S.Lindstrom, and didn't look to good on Souht Center either. I was REALLY suprised to see that lake #1 was looking better than Lake #3 (forrest lake). Now...me cry all day with the powder on the ground and on the ice. Wont see me out there for a good number of days.

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anyone got any reports from the channel????

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anyone out by the a-frame yet????

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