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Border Opener? Who's ready?

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I can't believe no one has started a thread yet on the SD Border Opener yet on Big Stone or Traverse????? No takers. We are almost a month away right?

Who's in?

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Ice fishing or boat?

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I hope to be ready. I have an awful lot of work to do on my boat before she's seaworthy. Having said that, I'm shooting to be on the water catching crappies well before the border water opener.

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APRIL 19TH!!!!!!!!! IT'S NICE TO GET THREE WEEKENDS B4 MN OPENER. HOPEFULLY ONE OF THE WEEKENDS WILL BE NICE WEATHER AND LESS THAN 25MPH WIND. \:\) COUNTING THE DAYS.

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I'll be there, but I'm far from ready. Last year was tough for our group on Big Stone. There were some pretty good storms out there during our stay. Nice weather is about all I'm hoping for this year.

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i will be ready but there just might be ice on the lake.there is not a pressure ridge on the whole lake and there is 30 inches of ice.with little to no run off as of right now. if there is a year when there will be ice on for opener this will be the year.but if we get rain that can change things in a hurry.the ice fishing for walleyes on bigstone was bad most of the year so i am thinking the spring should be good

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I plan on getting over there if the wind isnt blowing 30 mph out of the north west like it normally does. We are far from open water right now but things can change with a little rain and wind. I'll second the slow walleye bite this winter hopefully that means a good spring bite.

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Hey you guys forgot Hendricks....i will be there!!!!

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I sure havent forgot hendricks!....I'm looking forward to that time of year again. The last couple openers over there have treated me pretty well.

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You are right, my bad. I forgot about Hendricks. What can you tell me about fishing Hendricks... I am unfamiliar.

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I've never fished Hendricks, much to my shame. However, I've been told it's a real nice lake but watch out for the glacial deposits (rocks).

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Is Hendricks a border lake? If so, where abouts?

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I want you to know I am not being a smarty pants. It is in Hendricks. hehehehehehe, that is the truth. West of Marshall the town is Hendricks, by Ivanhoe. I wanted to make sure I put the disclamer first so you didn't think I was a smart alick.

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3/4 of lake hendricks is in SD West of Ivanhoe 10 miles on HWY 19 then Back North 3 miles and there is the Hendricks and Lake Hendricks?

whos all going there?

Will we be out? there is still alot of ICE???

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