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has anyone been to madison lake since this last snow.I would like to go this weekend and fish crappies.can you drive out or is the snow to deep.any info would be apreciated.

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The snow is really deep and there is a good 2 inches of slush on top of the ice. It would be very difficult to drive around out there and not get stuck. I fished it last night and we walked out to be safe.

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any luck on crappies lately out there?

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Catching a few nice ones, but you have to go through about 15 or so smaller ones before you get one that is worth keeping.

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