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I just heard that Zippel Bay Resort is pulling some rental shacks out today....If 4 Mile Bay isn't passable by Friday, you'll find me there.

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you gonna rent a house or go portable if you go to zipple?

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I'm laughing so hard that it's hard to type after seeing what you changed your avatar to.......I'll be in a portable, or standing outside.

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I had to change it.

i was bordering on avatar infringement.

I'll be out in the woods looking for deer to shoot with the smoke pole but the following weekend, 15th-16th, i'll be ready to fish & would like to head for pine.

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Talked to the guys at Wigwam this afternoon, they too are pulling houses out of 4 mile bay and have some people fishing. Sounds like about 8 inches in the bay so far and it's supposed to be 0 or below every night this week so we should be getting close to 10" by the weekend!

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My brother was out today 7in on the other side of pine island.He said it was pretty rough(ice) but the fishing was good.

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did he take sled or atv?

or resort house?

any size to the fish or was it the 8" to 10" walleye frenzy?

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I used to be able to see the avatars but now where are they?

Did I do something to cause that?

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4 MILE IS PASSIBLE WITH 5-7 INCHES OF ICE IM ON MY WAY OUT RIGHT NOW WITH CUSTOMERS HEADED TO THE LAKE THE BITES GOOD 21-24 FT ALL DAY BITE NICE SAUGER ACTION WE HAVE 13 HOUSES OPEN HERE AT ADRIANS AND WILL DOUBLE THAT TODAY

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Thanks Roger. I'll be up to see you mid-morning Friday through Sunday.

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What size are the fish running?

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