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Mitchell and Big Lake

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does anyone know what the deal is with the earthmover on the channel between Big and Mitchell?

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They are excavating the channel.

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That's cool, the north side of the channel was getting pretty shallow. Well, the whole thing wasn't very deep... tongue.gif

Are the lakes open yet or is there still some ice floating around?

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Quite a bit of ice on Big yesterday afternoon as I was driving by - 5-10' of open water at the shoreline,though. With last night's/today's rain we should be losing a lot more ice.

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its about time they open that channel up grin.gif

I have driven my boat full trottle thru that channel in early spring, just becuase there were no safty conserns, since there were no other boats on the lakes. cool.gif

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