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Kyle Sandberg

Ice Up????

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Kyle Sandberg    0
Kyle Sandberg

Any predictions this year when ice up is going to be. I'm already tired of this open water thing. This year I'm thinking before thanksgivng. Anyone else.

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T-water    1
T-water

No offense but I hope not blush.gif. I remember several years ago fishing in a boat while listening to Christmas tunes on the radio, it was december 15th or 16th.

Actually I just bought an icehouse this summer still need an auger and a few other acutriments. Looking forward to a long fall then I'll give the ice a try. cool.gif

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Fever    2
Fever

I'm guessing that there will be semi safe walkable Ice by Dec 2,3rd. THe weekend after Thanks giving... Oh crap, isn't that opening weekend of Deer Hunting... What to do?

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SluggoMaster    0
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Man, don't even talk about ice! The best fishing is yet to come! smile.gif

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I'm with Sluggo, Fishing from Sept. through Nov. can be some very good fishing. Plus the river bite goes all winter. Time to get the red tails out.

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Fever    2
Fever

True, but it doesn't hurt to be prepared. I put new carpet in my permanent fish house this afternoon.... I just love to keep busy I guess. Plus it's alot easier to work on that ice fishing crap when it's 80 degrees and sunny as oppossed to 20 degrees and dark. Know what I mean? How many times in December do you kick yourself because simple little tasks seem impossible because of normal WINTER conditions? I'm with you guys though, I do love fall fishing and yes I believe the best is yet to come this year. Just following the theme of the original post is all... smirk.gif

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bassNspear

Yes the best fishing is still to come. I feel that were going to have a huge winter. If you look at what his summer has become, there has only been a few weeks where it has been hot. Get them houses ready now, your right bro, your not going to be wanting to work on them houses in the cold.

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sicheneder    0
sicheneder

man, i hate ice fishing.

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bassNspear    0
bassNspear

why you hate ice fishing so bad. Its the joy of fishing in minnesota, Fishing on the ice!! grin.gif

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