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King_Fisher

Weaver Lake??

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Anyone know how the ice is doing on Weaver? I was hoping to get out spearing this weekend.

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Hey King,

I don't know how Weaver is doing, but I was thinking about going spearing tomorrow (saturday) too, but not too early. It is my first time, but if you are looking for a thin ice partner for tomorrow, I might be talked into Weaver instead of where I was going. shoot me an email and let me know if you are interested. Jeff((Contact Us Please))pitzen(at )inbox((Contact Us Please)) co m

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Sorry I ended up getting called into work and didn't check the site before I went out. I didn't end up spearing though I just fished for pannies. I'm glad I didn't spear though because the water looks like chocolate milk again this year. I didn't even catch any pans. confused.gif But at least the auger still works great. Only about 4 inches of ice out there.

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