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Ice reports

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I'm looking for help with ice reports for this area (Rainy or any other lake(s) ). If you are interested send an email my way. I appreciate any help!!

Thanks

airjer

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HEY AJ.,

YOU WANT ICE...SEND US SOME WEATHER THAT WILL MAKE ICE, WE STILL HAVE PEOPLE GOING OUT IN BOATS.

SINCERELY,

FISHMEISTER

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Yah, Yah, chuckle, chuckle!! grin.gif

I've been getting a lot of skimming reports all over the northern half of the state. Heck, if you have frost on your windshield i'll get it posted!! grin.gif Just haven't seen any reports from your area at all? Something has to be skimming somewhere?

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that's the intensity of rainy -

as of this morning, my view into the black bay narrows (more towards the visitor's center and not sha-sha) is all skimmed over and has been for a week or so. however, there are still a few boats going out towards town. talked to a guy this morning doing constuction on grindstone via a boat. wont be long (i hope). some brave souls generally fish the narrows area by sha-sha before most others. last year, we fished it while we were still looking at open water in r. l. city.

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Thanks slotfish!!

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