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Driving conditions on March 24-25

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I'm taking a group up to fish for northerns and possibly walleyes on march 24-25. I have been up there a couple times around this time of the year, but it has been a while. We will be going out of warroad and fishing the swift ditch area and possibly 5 mile reef. Any opinions on whether we will be able to drive full size pickups out? I'm mostly concerned about snow and ridges, but are we getting close to bad shore ice on a typical year? Any input would be appreciated.

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March 24 is along ways out yet,alot can change fast at this time of year!c63

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