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glenn57

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would anyone know if its safe to drive anywhere on florida. ive recieved adise that if i set up a spear house i should go over to the outlet. need to know if ice is safe. what about setting up in the general area of the acess.

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fished out there monday evening. no walleyes but plenty of 5-6" perch. i didn't have any concerns about driving out there. there is a liitle snow on the ice but not much. not a problem w/ 4wd.

didn't measure ice thickness but was suprised at how thick it was when augering through it. just guessing, i would say 20" (+/-).

there was a bit of a heave right by the access. if it hasn't gotten any worse, it is easily crossed.

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