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I was wondering how the ice is on the north end? also

anyone by Emma lake, thanks in advance.

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The ice is in decent shape. We were ablr to drive a wheeler from the access to the north end of Coke's island. Fishing could have been better but I'm sure the cold weather had something to do with it. Hope this helps.

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i was wondering if anyone has been back out on the north end

of Mantrap and if a 4 wheeler traffic would be ok. Plan on coming up the week of christmas and would like to bring the kids. Any info would be appreciated.

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Southwest..Just got back from the area however I did not make it to Big Mantrap. I was on Fishook which had 15 inches of ice with some small vehicels on it. I was also out on 6th Crow Wing. There was about a foot of ice. Fishing was slow. There was about 1 or 2 inches of fresh snow when I left this morning.

Dan

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Thanks for the Reply, will bring the Rnager and will report how we did.

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