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Meadow Creek

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The snow has begun fall. The ice is at 7 inches. Please use caution when venturing out. The snow pack is starting to weight down the center, and causing some slushing. ATV's are driving out with caution. Some small fish houses have begun to show up. The walleye are biting in between 7 and ten feet of water on the south shore. The pike action is picking up.

New for our fourth season at Meadow Creek Cabin Rentals!

We have two day houses for rent one is 8X8 and the other is 10X12. The rate with a cabin stary is $50 for the 8X8 and $75 for the 10X12. The will be $75 and $100 respectively without a cabin stay.

We will also be renting Marcum Flashers $20 a day or $35 for a weekend.

We have just recently totally remolded our Web Site. Check it out at www.Meadowcreekliving.org.

Happy fishing

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Can't wait to see you at the end of the month!!!! Hope the ice gets nice and hard!!!!

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Franks sister and her friend got there limits of walleye yesterday.There were a couple of fishermen on the lake friday and saturday.With the recent snowfall a sled would be the way to go but wheelers may still be able to go through the snow at this time.Lets hope it was not enough snow to get slush under the new snow.

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