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westguy

ICE thickness on area lakes

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westguy

Have not been up there since Saturday and was only on around 7.5 inches of ice just want a general idea of area thickness on lakes now since the cold weather. Any help would be great as I plan on using my big fish house for the first time this weekend. Thanks.

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IceHawk

I had 13 inches under me today on the same spot that had 7 inches last Thursday this should help some.

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Weathertite

You Da Man Icehawk , You must put on about 400 Miles a day !!!:tired::tired:

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IceHawk

Diefinately Living life for sure Mike! :)

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Weathertite

That's why you work your Fanny off for 8 months so that you can enjoy the winter outdoors. Keep up the great reports and great fishing , I would like you to work on that picture thing though.:2c:

Mike

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IceHawk

Ill admit I unfortunately don't post a lot of photo's. I do have 3 photo albums full and my basement looks like cabelas with mounts and replicas.  I am kind of a old school kind of guy that doesn't like to draw a lot of attention to my fishing spots or myself. Its a lot easier to stay on good fishing that way. :)

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Weathertite

AMEN !!!!!!!!!!!!!:)

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westguy

thanks for the info Icehawk

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westguy

on the lake tonight and drilled holes to check ice thickness and out of the 20 spots we checked it ranged from 9.5-13 inches of ice. A lot of full size trucks and big houses roaming around. I wont even start about the truck that must have had speeds up to 45mph coming off the lake.

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Down2Earth

18 inches on the lake we fished tonight.

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matt320

Any reports on Koronis ice? Just checking before I go out. 

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JBMasterAngler

Was on Koronis today. Ice ranged from 7 to 10 inches. Was a bad day to forget my ice cleats :crazy: There's a good crack going from the point to first island, then to second island. Fishing wasn't too hot, bunch of little perch. 

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jigginjim

any open lakes yet?

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