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Ice off on Big Cormorant?

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Is the ice off of Big Cormorant yet? I have a feeling it's still ice covered but am curious because I was supposed to head up there next weekend to help put my grandpa's dock and boat lift in. Hopefully the lake will be mostly ice free by next weekend. If anyone has driven by and could give me the status it would be appreciated!

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Still on, it may be pulled far enough away from shore by next weekend though.

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Have you guys seen any lakes that are open?

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nope...

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I spent my day off driving around the lake country...Lida,Crystal...DL....all are still iced over...but there are many cracks and some small openings....it wont be long now!

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Hiya -

Talked to my brother - he'd been down working on our cabin on Crystal. Said it was still locked up tight shore to shore. Crystal's one of the later ones to go out, as is Lida, but still going to be a bit I think.

Cheers,

Rob Kimm

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