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The Ice Is Getting Darker

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Looking out over the lake this morning after the thunder storms that rolled through last night. The lake has gotten consideribly darker and there is alot more open water along the shore line. With temps going to be in the high 50's and low 60's its only going to be a matter of days now. Either Paul or I will keep everyone up to date.

I will also have a report on available boat launches for the opener for everyone. I know that alot of the public accesses are going to be way too shallow for boat launching.

Fish On!!!

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Sounds like that ice might stack up on 169 w/ a good wind. I don't mind being stuck at the lake for road closure. Thanx for the heads up, can't wait much longer to get on the pond again.

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Thanks for Posting the Access information. My guess is that the Public Access by Malmo will be pretty shallow for Opener.

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