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Trucks on little maple

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I was out on little maple today, and some people are driving their trucks out there now. I saw one guy drive his full size truck out towing his fish house, a little later another truck drove out but he quickly sped back to shore for some reason. I guess there was close to 8-10 inches of ice where I was, but I can't believe its that consistent throughout. Either way, I was out from late morning to mid-afternoon, the fishing was ok, lots of small sunnies with some decent crappies mixed in.

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I was out there on Friday. My old man and I were there from 10am-noon just to get him out for the first time. Like you said you could catch all the little sunfish you wanted. Some of them were almost keepers just needed to be the next size up. One truck pulled onto the lake about 50 yds and was fishing with tip ups other than that we didn't see anymore vehicles. We went to Dan's lake in the afternoon and had 12" of ice and there were a couple of vehicles out there.

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Was out on Little maple this moring your right all the sunfish you want and we were able to get some crappies but nothing very big, There were a couple of vehicles on the ice on full size truck and a mini van. Ice seemed pretty good were I was 14 inches

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