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frabillfisher

Ice on praire?

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frabillfisher    1
frabillfisher

Wondering how much ice is on prairie lake thinkin about headin out there to get soem gills

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ivegottabite    0
ivegottabite

not sure the thickness but guys have been out for about 3 weeks now. they've been doing decent on the eyes at night too.

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Just2fish    0
Just2fish

Any updates on Prairie, or Lida, or Crystal? I'm itchin' to go fishin' bad... I've actually never gone before January, but I just might have to make a full winter of it!

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Dano2    0
Dano2

Prarie is near Pelican Rapids, right?

I wantd to try this lake last eyar for the crappies, but never got a chance, can someone give me some direction as to where to start my search (south side, west side, etc, etc,)may head out there one evening after christmas.

thanks

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Just2fish    0
Just2fish

When your heading out of Pelican Rapids toward Dunvilla, Prairie is right out of town. Go past the public landing about 1/2 mile, thats where you access it on the ice. If you get bait at Cenex in Pelican, they know quite a bit about Prairie. Good luck and let me know how it goes. I like that lake! Good lm bass, crappie, walleye.

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Kingfisher    0
Kingfisher

Did any of you hear about the 12# walleye caught on Prairie?

What I heard it was caught through very thin ice, what a nice fish.

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