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Fishing has been fair this week. Ice on Big and little pine is running 6 to 7 inches, with the temps it should be around 8 by the weekend. Little pine has been kicking out a few fish in the 12 to 15 foot range in the evenings along the north side. Other lakes producing are rush and marion.... Paul

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i was just wondering if you have heard any reports on ottertail or walker lakes? i am coming up that way this weekend and just wondering if there is any fish biting and how thick the ice is. jamie

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A guy at work said his brother was on Rush recently, and there was 7 in. of ice there. He said the crappie bite was slow. Anyone want to confirm the ice thickness on that lake, or other lakes in that area?

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Originally posted by BigGauge:

A guy at work said his brother was on Rush recently, and there was 7 in. of ice there. He said the crappie bite was slow. Anyone want to confirm the ice thickness on that lake, or other lakes in that area?


New Years weekend we had 18in. of ice on Rush
and good walleye fishing.

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