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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Chris Haley

How far north??????

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Chris Haley

Whats the furthest north anybody has open water. I saw that tonka was fully open this weekend.

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Gissert

I drove up I 94 on Friday, and the ice line seemed to be in the Alexandria area on the smaller lakesd. Latoka was 90 percent ice free on the north lobe, Lobster was still pretty well covered but cracking up.

Most everything in the Battle Lake area was carrying nearly 100 percent coverage yesterday, but the wind was moving the ice a bit. My home lake was begining to break open yesterday afternoon, and I would expect most of the lakes in that area to be clear by the weekend.

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hip_hop_fisherman

we have open water here in Mora.

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End of the Line

Lake Superior is almost always open! Was out there on Sat!

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BobT

When I lived up dat way up nord, we used Lake Superior water in our radiators. It was less costly than comercial anti-freeze, don't ya know.

Bob

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walleyejon

The Rainy River, Warroad River, and parts of Lake of the Woods have open water....oh yeah the Red River is open too.

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cybermuskie

There are some small lakes open around here. A windy day would open some others. I did notice that a pair of loons made it back on the lake I live on even thought it's not all the way open!

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cybermuskie

There are some small lakes open around here. A windy day would open some others. I did notice that a pair of loons made it back on the lake I live on even thought it's not all the way open! Very nice to hear them again!

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gunflint

Still solid ice on the Gunflint Trail. The creeks and rivers are flowing good. Still lots of snow on the north slopes. This is a good exercise in patience.

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ChuckN

It's taking it's toll northward....Otter Tail County is losing a lot today! Clitherall Lake started to open up, but still some ice....tomorrow should be wide open.

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Northlander

St.Louis river has been open for a while so guess where Ill be tomorrow today and tomorrow. Then big lake smelting at night.

Oh the life of a Northlander. Its tuff but Im up to the challange. wink.gif

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Sportland_Bait

We are pretty much open everywhere here in Brainerd/Nisswa. I drove by Gull last night and couldn't see any ice. So if there was any, it'll be gone today. Our small lakes have been open since Saturday.

Jason Erlandson

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