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stalkofta

Centerville?

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Does anyone know if the gas station in Centerville still sells minnows? I usually go to Vados, but I have to backtrack if I head in that direction to fish.

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Yes they do. They were out last Saturday, He told me it was on its way last Sunday.

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BEEN OUT TO PELTIER? IF SO DO YOU FEEL SAFE WALKING OUT THEIR YET?

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Drove by this morning. Guys fishing about 50yds out from the pier. Some have wandered out further. Probably a bit 'iffy' in spots. I got to look thru one hole and the ice looks 'ok' - not great - about 6" out from the pier. I'd feel safe there. But out further?

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THANKS MUCH. GOOD TO KNOW! I WILL HAVE TO KEEP THE YOUNG ONE HOME UNTILL THEIR IS MORE ICE.

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Thanks for the update!

I would like to get out there as soon as it is safe i may try to go out a little ways tomorrow.. Has anyone heard how the fish are biting at least? Thanks again!

Ryan

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I might head out there tomorrow and go noon to dark. I got the itch real bad. If anyone wants to help probe the ice and fish, come out! I'd feel more safe with a backup. I'll post tomorrow morning to confirm.

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i am going to go check the ice on turtle lake in a few hours hopefully... if there is 4" there then i will walk out there tomorrow or on the weekend. if not then i may be on peltier tomorrow or on the weekend but wouldnt beout till around 230 or 3 since i have school.

Later,

Ryan

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I CANT DO ANYTHING TILL SATURDAY THAT INVOLVES ICE FISHING STUCK WORKING TILL 6 NEED DAYLIGHT B4 I START TRAVELING ON ICE. frown.gif

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didnt have time to check turtle out it was dark before i could go(i hate daylight savings time) but i am going to try a little pond that i know of tomorrow to see if i can get something out there...

Later,

Ryan

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stalkofta,

I'll be out there tomorrow. Maybe we could find a few. I"ll be in a green one man Eskimo or towing blue sled.

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i may go out on a little pond tomorrow if i can get out if not i will be out on peltier... never fished this lake though so i would not know where to start.. Any help?

Thanks,

Ryan

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The fish are biting. Morning and evening is best. Fish in at least 12ft or deeper. I will be out there again Saturday afternoon/evening.

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How is the ice doing on Peltier? Also with main st being closed where are you guys accessing the lake?

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Off old mill road.

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You can also access the lake from the fishing pier parking lot area.

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They walk on there. It is getting busy out there.

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