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horshoe driving?

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minus the meth hole of course, how is the ice coming along for vehicles???

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Trucks driving all over on the east end of the lake. Just about 2 feet of ice down there. Not much going on today though. Lots of fish marked but very few biting.

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If you stay on the ice roads and don't venture far off of the beaten trail you should be fine. I also want to comment on the bite, I was out tonight on Long lake and the bite defianately was tough to say the least!

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Hey Icehawk, we were out on Long from noon until 10:30. Right at sundown the crappies came in and the bottom five feet of the Marcum was solid until we left. Got 15 crappies after sundown on a glow pimple, all between 9 and 11 inches, and one 24 inch cat. We had the Fishtrap Scout, and a Clam 2000 if you were near us.

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Gopher- I fished from 2-5 pm. I was actually looking for some gills, found a few but not the caliber of fish I was looking for. Those are some nice crappies glad to see you got into a few!

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Was out on the shoe this AM. Got a few crappies marked alot about 6 feet off the bottom but all the fish came right on the botttom. Several were just shy of 10". Was a good morning I must admit.

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