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tytlines

Any ice reports from the Garrison bay or mymar areas? I would like to make a trip up Tues.

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Stick in Mud

A friend of mine went out of Myr Mar yesterday. Way too thin for me. smile

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motownmasher

check out lyback's report. he updated it today. fairly detailed

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fish_hunt_guy

she's makin ice tonight boys

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southender

-3 this morning in cove bay. No snow on top of the ice. Maybe the resort/icefishing operators will be able to get houses out early.

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Stick in Mud

I hope so....they need all the help they can get. Would be nice to get them a few bonus weeks, but they won't help much if no one's going up, of course.

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bassfshin24

Anyone know what what the ice is looking like on the NE end? Heading up tomorrow and wondering if wheeler is safe to have out there.

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M1dwestF1sh

Tomorrow morning or maybe later tonight tony Roach should have his weekly report up on his site. If nobody knows id check there.

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Chad_Fish

Looks like Red Door is allowing atv traffic this weekend. Let us know what you find bassfshin24 I would like to get out on the NW side next week with the wheeler.

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bassfshin24

Went out for a couple hours yesterday afternoon/evening. NE side had some pretty rough stuff and heaves but once I got past that we had at least 7-8". Fished in 14ft on sand/rock transition. No bites but and only marked 3 fish that came up to sniff

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Chad_Fish

Thanks for the report!

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RiverChuckNorris

Driving back from URL yesterday on 169, I got to take in the entire west side of the lake. There's a 1-2 foot heave paralleling the shore, pretty much along the length of the lake. Some porty's in each bay in shallow along weeds (northern or panfish?) and there were 15 or so out from Garrison.

After being on URL all weekend and seeing thousands of fishermen, ML looked awfully inviting. The word is out and pressure has definitely shifted from ML to URL.

Now that I've got the numbers bug scratched for the year, I'm looking forward to hitting ML to "get away" from the crowds. LOL, man does that sound backwards.

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ZachD

Driving back from URL yesterday on 169, I got to take in the entire west side of the lake. There's a 1-2 foot heave paralleling the shore, pretty much along the length of the lake. Some porty's in each bay in shallow along weeds (northern or panfish?) and there were 15 or so out from Garrison.

After being on URL all weekend and seeing thousands of fishermen, ML looked awfully inviting. The word is out and pressure has definitely shifted from ML to URL.

Now that I've got the numbers bug scratched for the year, I'm looking forward to hitting ML to "get away" from the crowds. LOL, man does that sound backwards.

I agree I took two trips to URL so far I will be hitting Lacs for some big guns,

Someone I know pulled a 29 incher out this year already.

Red is fun and exciting at first but after pulling 30-50, 18-20 inch walleyes up one after each other it loses its appeal.

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monstermoose78

Once the ice thickens up I will be chasing perch like the one in your av Zach

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shakojdub1425

Jam guessing they are using wheelers out in front of garrison?

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Orlip

I'm finding 11" in front of the red door but there is a nasty crack to navigate.

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RiverChuckNorris

Jam guessing they are using wheelers out in front of garrison?

They were on Sunday

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3GreenHornet3

Is there enough ice to drive a car out on Cove?

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gemNeyeJoe

I saw a half ton on isle bay on the mnlakecams site. Wasnt very far out but it's that thick in the bays already?

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M1dwestF1sh

Any sleds or ATVs to the flats yet?

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