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Lawrence lake

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Can anyone tell me how the ice is around Lawrence Lake??

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4-8 inches of ice on lawrence lake. A few fish too.

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dumb question where is this?

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Brownsville

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Has anyone been out here recently? I was thinking of giving Lawrence a shot tomorrow. Where is the best place to park? The only access that I can remember is the private access on the south end. Is there a big charge at this access or is there a place to park along the highway and walk down? Thanks for the help.

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The closest acess is to park along the hwy. and walk down. If you have a wheeler or sled you can travel up from the marina, I dont beleive theres a charge but they would probably appreciate your bait business. Good Luck and Happy New Year everyone!

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How's the fishing down there? I'll probably be heading down there Monday morning. Ever get any walleyes?

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Anybody?

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