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Alot of the small sloughs were cold enough this weekend so the snowfall we had caused them to slush over. These should freeze over this week. I'm glad this didn't happen on the lakes, Slush ice is very weak and dangerous. I'm waiting patiently for a good old fashioned arctic front to pass through the area to give the first coat of ice to the lakes... Shouldn't be long!!! Paul

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Serving west central Minnesota.
Paul Rohweller (218)962-3387
pkrfish@walleyecentral.com
http://wwwebresults.com/fishmn/pinetoprairie/

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Find some fish yet?

River here is too risky, SPLOOOOSH!

Buzz me if ya found some DRY ice!

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BE........><,>

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Made it to Ten Mile and Pelican yesterday, ice is 3-5" in the bay's.

Pelican has seena lot of anglers in the narrows and will be a zoo this weekend!

On Ten Mile I caught a few perch, a crappie or two, one gator, nothing to get too excited about.

Seen a guy pull out a fish houce in Ten Mile with a snowmobile, the house was about the size of my appartment!

I think they may be rushing it a BIT! All other anglers were walking on, and they had the right idea too!

No rush, this week should put some safe ice on so why take risk's?

Hear Pom-De Tere is a spot to check out, North end! Walleye at night is the word? May check that out soon?

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Local waters starting to see some walk on ice fishing are buchanan, lida, beers and rush. Ottertail still has open areas and will be at least another week or longer before any travel is recommended. Anglers have been searching for crappies along the deep weedlines and off the tips of bullrush points. Have a safe ice fishing season!!!! Paul

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Serving west central Minnesota.
Paul Rohweller (218)962-3387
pkrfish@walleyecentral.com
http://wwwebresults.com/fishmn/pinetoprairie/

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