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How close are we to a Foot of Ice?

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I belive we have fairly solid Ice around the area, but how close is the lake your on to a Foot of ice?? I saw a small truck out on Norway on the east side 100yds out but I'd rather see Quite a few more out. Plus my 8 X 16 is Fishable not done but just hoping to get a cold SNAP.

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I was out on Norway and the truck you saw later drove out to that group of fish houses. He was about 80 yds from us and we had 8 inches of ice. (Contact Us Please)! That's all I can say.

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I was out on green tonight and that had 9 inches everywhere I checked

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I was on green last night and just off salisbury landing it was 7 inches measured. The 4 wheelers were just wizziing by. Good Luck.

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i was by karonis yesterday and there was open water out from assembly grounds

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Hey bnbrk, how did you do out on green?

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We need the cold snap to get these fish biting again too... Unless I'm a tard and just don't know where to go??

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was on green i had 6'' south long 7''-10'' moved three times there

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hardwater, not too good, just walked out from salisbury. alot of little perch. had a walleye on but lost it. I wont go back out till we get some colder weather.

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