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we are heading up to star this weekend.I would like to hear any info on the bite up there.also howmuch snow is around up there.any kind of info would be nice.

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Hey that makes two of us am heading up friday I just need to know the Ice conditions,and i guess if any thing is bitting!!Need to know if there is any weak spots!!!

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hey BDS,
I was up about 3 weeks ago and the ice was good where I was fishing on the north side.I has heard from someone at the time to not cross the lake because of an ice heave out there.If that is still a problem I do not know.The bite at the time was slow.I dont know what it is like now.
I'll be fishing the north side again this weekend.I'm going to try to get over to the west arm too.
good luck

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Hey madbobber thanks for the info I think i will be on s east part,so if you get a chance stop by and I will let you know if they are bitting I will be there all weekend!I hope they will bite,with this weather you would think they would. I have been on a smaller lake in the area did great the first part of the season but it droped to nill!so thing need to pick up again

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PS madbobber what can you tell me about the west arm and how goes a guy even get over there!!

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BDS, If you have access to a lake map. the two arm`s that run off the west side of the lake, the south one is the one they fish. It crosses a road that`s south of the galaxy bar and resort. I parked on the road and walked from there. Not sure of the road number but it`s on the map. There is some deep water on that part of the lake but most of the people fish the drop off out from the channel. Good luck Flip

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Howdy BDSThe road that flipnripem is talking about is co.rd 41.It runs from co 35 by dead lake up to hwy 108.When the ice is good...and I dont know what the conditions are up there,you can get there by ice.Careful of the ice by the bridge tho.It is usually open under the road.YOu have to go over the road if you are coming by way of the main lake.I wish I knew how they were biting over there but I dont.
good luck.Let me know how you do

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Cool i will make sure to let you know and good luck to you!!!

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