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Ice conditions north end of leech

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I am bringing my 2 boys up for spring break mon. 4/2 is it safe for wheelers yet ? How's the perch bite or crappie bite Thank's for any info !!

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Ice is honeycombing and falling apart fast...

My guess on Leech/Cass/Bemidji is there is still at least 2 feet of ice away from shore... Last Saturday there was the first 6-8 inches of ice was honeycombed... The area you should be very careful with is the shoreline ice and once you get out on the ice, watch out for old holes that have been drilled in the last three weeks....

Good luck,

Beef

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Thanks for the info BEEF I might hook up the boat & head to rainy river instead

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I would recommend that highly.. I haven't heard how dirty the river is yet but good luck if you decide to go..

Beef

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