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COVE BAY ICE REPORT 12/20-4:15-pm

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things are looking a little better.we have 12-14" inches of ice in the bay.we have plowed two roads in the bay and have one road out on the main lake past mazomanee point to the horseshoe and are working on a road to kings hump,and little hump.the ice on the staked road past mazomanee point is 10" thick,at the end of the stakes the ice is 9" inches thick.we recomend out their atv and snowmobiles as their is still pockets of slush and different ice thickness depending on the depth of the snow cover!and please drive slow (10 mph or less to keep the road safe)the fish will wait for you.thanks for all the responses and i will give updated ice reports as soon as it changes.I will also be giving updated fishing reports from these areas.(JAY)

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Thanks, Jay - you must've been typing when I called a few minutes ago. grin.gif

Are you pulling houses out this weekend?

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your right i was typing,the phone has just been crazy!!!!!!!!!!we have houses out in the bay and a couple of small houses on the main lake.still need more on the main lake for big houses,wont be long!!!a couple more inches of ice will help any flooding issues,because of the snow that still remains.(Jay)SAFTY FIRST !!!!!!

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