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Lake Bemidji Road/Ice Conditions


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Hey guys, figured maybe we could make an official update thread to kind of let people know what the conditions on the lake are. Any information on current ice roads/ice thickness conditions?

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Jeez that's it? Figured it would've been a lot thicker. Lots of snow this winter?

Where are the roads out of? Just the regular accesses? I'm heading out tonight and I'll give a report.

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Ive heard slush just about everywere. A few People on the north end but not as many as there should be this time a year. thin ice up there? seemed like everyone was piled up on the south shore the first couple days of thick ice and then just dispersed around there.

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My rental's got 16" of ice under it. Not much considering time of year.

North end ice has been iffy, now it's probably okay, but nobody's daring enough to drive a v-plow into the abyss...

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I had 14" in front of Reeses Point over 40 FOW on Sunday. I was able to drive off the plowed road with the wheelhouse and Yukon will little difficulty. I onl went fifty yards though. Still pretty iffy out there for thickness. It only takes one exception.

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We went out today from Paul Bunyan Park, and the ice was HORRIBLE. Tons of snow and slush, worst stuff I've ever been in. The roads were pretty good, with a few parking spots. Fishing was dead, although we were only out for a few hours, nothing on the flashers.

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My buddies set up around 4-5, but I got there around 7 I think. Incidentally if anyone who asked a guy to move his green Ford away from there house that night is on here, that was me and I'm sorry about that. I was having a pretty stressful day, and wasn't really thinking. I thought that it was too late for anyone to be coming out (kind of hypocritical), and if I had known the ice was that bad, I definitely wouldn't have parked there in the first place. Again, sorry about that, my bad.

Also if anyone got annoyed by my noisy [PoorWordUsage] auger sorry about that. The thing hasn't ran right since the day I bought it, and I plan on getting a new spark plug, blades, and probably have to change/filter the carb too. Normally I wouldn't have started that late, but I had a lot of things going on that day, from personal issues to my truck needing a jump.

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don't feel so bad, I do it all the time. When moving to spot to another, I need to drill holes to fish! But now I pre drill an area but sometimes I move further away at night so I drill a few holes. There is not a 10pm noise rule on the lake like in the city is there!? lol

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