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Gissert...you at home base this weekend?

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Yeah, but I have some stuff going on with The Warden's family.

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Hey Gissert, Any idea on the ice thickness on S.T.? Wondering when my shack can be opened up for beer drinking. I haven't been able to break away for a weekend to check things out. Thanks in advance. wink.gif

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There was about 7 inches out there last weekend, with some water on the ice. As of Friday, I had the place to myself. Saturday there was a handful of protables/wheelers out there.

I expect the perm shacks will show up soon. The road was not plowed down to the lake, so the snow was pretty deep at the bottom of the hill.

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Alright thanks, with the cold weather coming in I should be able to get my house out next weekend. Snow must be waying the ice down. I am guessing thats where all the water on the ice is coming from?

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Gissert....you have time to hit the tail this weekend....your brodder and I were thinking about doing the walleyes dance out there. Have not talked to him since Monday.

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He's not coming this weekend, some xmas stuff with his family came up.

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Hey der Gissert. The true "Ranger" is coming up to fish for the week after Christmas. Toss me an email. I'd like my Dad to toss a few fish in the bucket along with his empties.

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Hey Giss

My son is gonna be very disappointed that he cant heckle the Tbone like years past! Maybe he can focus more on WAlleyes this year though... laugh.gif

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CRIPES der bass I tinks me in trouble!

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Do you think we are safe for da house yet on ST? Wondering if any other perminent shacks are popping up out there.

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You should be ok now. Last weekend there was a solid foot where I was, but LOTS of slush in spots.

No vehicles yet, just wheelers and sleds.

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