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Pulaski

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What is up with Pulaski? Usually it doesn't freeze until January...I drove by today and there is a bunch of permanents out there..Is the ice in that good? I get real leery about that lake with the springs in it...What kind of thickness is out there? Is it thick enough for a wheeler to travel all over? I really want to get out there and chase some of the eyes' but I'm not sure...Anybody have any info that could help me out? Thanks

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Ice on pulaski can be real iffy. Last year the geese kept the center open into January. Last looked like the center was either open or froze after the snow. Looks free of snow not sure I'll wait a little longer. Notlooking to take a swim.

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