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bald eagle

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any reports on the ice on bald eagle. wanted to go out friday from the temp access they had last year. anybody been out that way this year? i guess i could go and check for tracks in the snow and follow them til i find the hole they fell in. thanks

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I live about three blocks from Bald. Drove by today and saw a shack or two out buy the reed island. Spooky if you ask me.

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last week there was a good 5 inches of ice with an open spot by the reeds. That was before the snow, so I wouldn't imagine too much ice making.

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    • mrpike1973
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