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Redgut,Porters and safe ice travel questions

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OK Rainy gurus, you guys did such a good job on the Black Sturgeon question I'll throw this one out too.

When I was looking for spots to target for slabs in March I was looking on the navionics chip for Redgut and Porters. I found them both but I noticed 2 bodies of water said "Redgut"? And "Porters" was labeled in between them but was on dry land??

Any details about what is what and where would be appreciated.

Also, if a guy is targeting areas like Morsons, Black Sturgeon, Spawn, Redgut and in between, what would you recommend are the best ice travel safety tips on where to travel and where not to travel?

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I will get you on fish. Contact me closer to the time you want to come and i can get you on some fish. Email me at skidoofz583@yahoo.com

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16, U gotz mail.....

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UGuide,

I have been trying to send you the emails, but for some reason they are not going through. I haven't been ignoring you and I have answered these questions in my emails.

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Tearin' Lips, I got them on the 2nd pass. Thanks for following up.

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