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Uncle Bill

Snow ??

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Leaving this afternoon for LOW/Rainey river with the boat.

Is there any snow on the ground ?? or roads ??

Thanks in advance,

Unc.

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Yeo there is snow on the ground. Wife told me that the roads have some ice patches here and there. 28 right now and the sun is sneaking out so maybe it will melt off yet this afternoon. Windy too so bring lots of warm clothes.

Have a good trip....fiskyknut

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Bill: Just got back from the Rainy at Wheelers.. No Snow at the Point.. Baudette, there were drifts in the ditches and a few on 72, south of town.. Thursday and Friday it was cold, Cold, COLD, windy, Windy, WINDY. No Walleyes first two days and then Saturday it was Great!! Released a 28" and a 24", caught 11 for three of us. Fished both sides of the river at Wilson Creek.. Had to be home for Monday or we would definately would of stayed over Sunday... Lots of boats from the tip of the point, all of the way to the airport.. Charters were running up that way too. The very high winds kept everyone from going out the Gap.. I think you would have good fishing smile.gif until the next front comes through frown.gif.... Kaz

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