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Warner's Point

Minnewawa Narrows

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Fished the narrows on Minnewawa Saturday afternoon. 6 inches of snow, 6 inches of slush, 2 inches of water and only 6 inches of ice. Got skunked, not even a hammer handle. There were plenty of fish on the vex, but with the big high pressure sitting over us they were not very interested. I was the only one out there, but there were plenty of sleds riding by throwing up a wake of slush. I would advise you to stay off the lake unless you walk out. Walking off at sunset I noticed that the snow was steaming, so that tells you that we have a very dangerous situation even with the bitter cold.

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    • leech~~
      I remember you jabbering something about smoking some crappies at the GTG but I don't hear the best so I thought-What? They look Great!    
    • leech~~
        So no help here it looks like. How did it end up going? Did you find a fix?. Suk's to be stranded.
    • jb426
      How's the snow on the lake?  Can you still get around on snowmobile or is the slush getting bad?  Thanks for any info.
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    • Wakemup
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