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Tom Linderholm

South Shore Report?

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Does anyone out there know what the south shore is looking like out on the big lake? Want to get out tommorrow but looks like good winds out of the SE so hoping to find some shelter on the south shore if the ice has receded back far enough.

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It doesn't look too good for anywhere on the SS right now. Just drove by there and it is covered with ice chunks.

Look here too - http://134.156.98.1/lakecam/

I picked up the boat last night. She's in my driveway whining to go out. grin.gif

Lota Lota...

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Thanks for the link Lota,

I think I'll be scratching tommorrows trip with that image.

Sorry Deepdiver & Quickstrike. Might be a good day to change out plugs and filters on the outboard. Get that machine going Lota, not long till the clean-up.

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Even the Duluth entry looks pretty sketchy, there was a lot of ice bobbing around in there this morning, and it doesn't look like it'll be clearing too much by tomorrow. The rivers might be worth a try if you're still looking to do some fishing.

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cheffrey, give me a call if you want any help tommorrow, I'm free til 6.

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