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walleyeJoe

opener?

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with his below freezing weather even during the peak of the day, what is going to go on for the opener up at the big pond?

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What do you mean? The only thing that this latest freeze will do is potentially keep the water temp a little cooler. That will depend on the weather from the time ice goes out until the opener. If the water is cooler, it would make the fish be up a little shallower potentially. I just hope opening day is not going to be freezing/snowing/raining. Big hope I know....it MN fishing opener.

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No reason to be concerned yet. Bring on the opener!

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