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PikeMan Seank

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hey i was wondering how many inches of ice is on red lake so far? thanks

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extensions by this weekend

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LOL grin.gif

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Just put the extension on today and that is no joke. They are not needed just yet but sure is nice drilling in a hard house. So if you have one, I would bring it.

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PikeMasterSeanK-

How much ice are you looking for???

-Enough to drive a pickup on?? You are good to go.

-Enough to necessitate the need for a power auger??

-Enough to need a longer auger?? Could possibly if this minus 30-40 degree air mass hangs around.

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