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Rick

5" Of Ice In Bays and on Shore-SE Side

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Rick

I was fishing out of Macs Twin Bay. The Walleyes and Pike are all over in there. I caught a 40 lb carp in the crappie hole out of Macs. If You stop in, ask for Kevin, he can get you on the fish. It should be very good by this coming weekend.

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codeman

Rick,
How far out did you have to walk to get to the honey holes? I'm picking up my new portable Tuesday and want to give it a try this weekend.

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Rick

Aproximately 100 yds or less.

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Originally posted by Rick:

Aproximately 100 yds or less.


has anyone been to andersons reef or sloppy j's?


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Rick

Folks have been sticking pretty close to shore with some ATV traffic just beginning close in. I doubt they've made it out to the reef's yet.

Although it will probably be very soon.

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