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my teammate was told of a one day walleye tournament on shetek sometime around the opener. we are interested and would like to try to fit it into our schedule. any info or where i could go to obtain it would be greatly appreciated. thanks-

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it is the weekend after opener on sat no details yet

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I know they take off from Key Largo area, the weekend after opener. When details come out I'll post them.

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thanks- team WING-IT

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They turned on the arreators on the north east end of the lake over where bloody enters in/Tippeota Point. There are alot of houses that are within the signs that were put up today!!!! If you know anyone who might have there house up there and might not get to it agin this weekend better make a trip to move them...

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I know that they were really pulling them off the north side last weekend

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Folks, be careful on the north side of Shetek. With the flowage of the inlet and the airators the ice is kinda funny. Some spots will be thinner than others. Not sayin don't go fishin, just saying be careful.

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 Originally Posted By: boilerguy
Folks, be careful on the north side of Shetek. With the flowage of the inlet and the airators the ice is kinda funny. Some spots will be thinner than others. Not sayin don't go fishin, just saying be careful.

Very good advice. Thats not only true for shetek but for every lake with an aerator just because its bubbling up in one area it doesnt mean that there might not be a stray bubble somewhere else close by.

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ya that is very true but when we were there it wasn't a problem at all. we were right smack dab in betweeen two thin ice signs and the ice was still at least 16 if not more.

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