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I will be in sioux narrows next week with 10 guys that want to try for lakers, is that area good for walleye etc. how are coditions there, any advice would be greatly appriciated thanx.

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I would say the ice conditions are pretty bad. I talked to some guys who where up there fishing lakers and they said lots of snow little ice and SLUSH SLUSH SLUSH!!! fishing was good though. On our end MN side of lake of the woods there is H2O comming up the holes most places we have drilled latley. I would serously look at one of those houses that pop up like a hunting blind and some how eliminate pulling a house. Most of the time the house is what gets you stuck in the slush. Good luck and be carful.

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