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Tulibees???

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How are the tulibees hittin? I am heading up this friday and staying there until the next friday for the yearly vacation there. I heard long but past experiences is that they were wormy. Hows Melissa so far? we got em there one year by the inlet. Any help is appreciated.

thanks alot

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I would go to Long Lake by Vergas -- without a question. They are doing very well. Mornings are best but the bite has been really good between 8 am and 11 am.

You will have to drive 6 miles from the access but it is worth it.

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is there still alot of snow on top of the lake! Just curious how driving would be.

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The lake that I was on had some snow on it, but not very much, just enough to make it look white and very slippery. A good pair of ice cleats will come in handy.

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Not much snow -- there is water -- It will be all gone by this weekend.

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Is ice still going to be good this weekend? Finally getting home this weekend, first time since pulled my big house off Feb 25, need to get out and get a few to smoke.

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Most lakes still have upwards of 3 feet of ice, but whith the warmer weather there is probably lots of water on the top of them. Weather is calling for 50 next 3 days, with potential rain friday and sunday.

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Will get home tonight will have to try it out in the morning hate to think about driving all the way across Long on 4wheeler with water on ice.

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I hear ya.

You worried about the ice this weekend? Kinda creepy with these HOT temps.

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Got home got busy never did get out did a drive around on Sat. ice looking tough. Have to wait till next year.

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