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Any ice on Roosevelt in Outing???

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Does anyone know if the south end of Roosevelt is frozen over yet. Any word on ice conditions on Lawrence would also be appreciated.

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last weekend when we drove by suoth end was completely open, north end covered. came home monday and south end had a skim of ice pretty much over the hole lake except for a few places it wae still open. dont know what the extra snow did to it.

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i havent been north of emily since before turkey day.

the last snow we recieved was pretty light and fluffy

6-8" should not have hurt the ice making -24 wed night and i had -20 this morning. the smaller lakes have fishable ice

but may be slushy in spots as we have 15-18 inches of snow.

sorry i don't have anymore info.

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It appeared to be covered on Saturday when I drove by, but I didn't see anyone out or check the thickness of the ice myself. As stated though, the -20+ temps are sure to be helping with the ice making.

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