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fishingdad

Is there any pressure ridges or thin ice on ottertail?hin ice on ottertail?

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fishingdad

I was wondering if there was any pressure ridges or thin ice areas on ottertail to look out for? I am going to be getting there about 10 o' clock next Thurs.night and was planning on driving out and setting up for a night bite but was wondering if there were any areas to avoid besides the inlet and outlet? Also can a person drive on Walker since the access is right by the inlet Thanks for any info. How has anybody done on the panfish on Walker this year? fishingdad

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jt24

Ya you should be able to drive on walker. I was up there in december and the ice was fine. I am gonna be out there saturday TRYING to chase some crappies and bluegills down. We got skunked in december trying for crappies but a few guys on here pointed out some spots out there to try.

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CabinBoy

The ice on Ottertail is in good shape. People are driving everywhere on the lake with ease since there is very little snow. No pressure ridges that I am aware of and last weekend there was about 22 in. of ice in the spots that I fished.

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Brett Meyer

was out on the lake last night, and saw that there is about a 10" crack running SSE of Amor point.

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