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Height of Land Ice Conditions?

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Going to try this lake again, (2morrow), looking to drive my truck out (my baby). Just looking for ice conditions dont feel that you have to provide any fishing details if you don't want to. Just traffic conditions. thanks in advance, the Perch

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I would assume with the cold weather we have had over the past several days, you should have more than enough ice for your truck to be safe. My rig is about twice as heavy as your rig and we did fine over a week ago.....remember.......time to drive it like you own it. Let me know how you did.....I was thinking of heading back there once I get another day off.

Be safe.

Cliffy.

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Cliffy, I knew you would say something. But man, with shift bids going as bad as they are I can see everything else going bad for me. Not sure, I may just stick to my "Plan B", its closer, fish will bite, and other things.... We'll see, the Perch

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I would bet there is close to 2 feet of ice by now, if not more.

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I opted for Plan B, but maybe next time, oh well, the Perch

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