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Mille lacs

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Dose anyone have a report on the ice on mille lacs? were going up the first monday after christmas. have there been any permis on da ice? and can anybody give us any tips on what to use, were rookies on the walleye scene

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Go to the Mille Lacs forum you will be able to get more answers there.

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this is the mille lacs forum

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LOL!!!! grin.gif Too Funny!

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lol!! It looks like he's not to sure what he is holding in his hands either.lol

J/k

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I think he meant to say "go to the Mille Lacs forum on a fishing website". Ice reports are hard to come by on arts and crafts sites like this. grin.gif

Anyone know a good face painter?

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i would guess the ice will be just fine after christmas! you could probbably drive a frieght train over it unless this bitter cold quits soon!! For real though try calling resorts near where you plan on fishing, they are always helpfull and you get conditions as they are, not a report from someones trip 3 days ag.

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There is about 16 inches of ice in wahkon bay where i am fishing. i am in a little northern hole and been doing pretty good. been catching some walleyes too. Hidden Bay Resort is starting to pull little houses out too. They have a couple of their rentals in the northern holes and are planning to try to be out into some walleye spots by the end of the weekend.

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Half2fish

I have my camper on Millacs Island resort, We will be up on Sunday for a day before going to LOTW I was thinking of trying out near ottos or on the nrth side of half moon Sunday afternoon - night - Any thoughts and ice conditions. WE will be in portables otters and Frabils swing in and say hi if your out

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