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Houses through the ice on West Rush


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10:15 Friday...at least one house is visible bobbing in the water by Crane Island on West Rush..several have been able to pull houses off, East Lake having similar problem. Ice is down to 3 inches in some spots...The melt off apparently caused a whirlpool effect to the lower holes....BE CAREFUL still see trucks driving out in the same area....go figure

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Hey Baited, Does it look like the majority of the houses by crane island are ok. My house is out in the big cluster and you are starting to scare me. I take it the ice is still safe enought to drive atv's. I hope the house that is bobbing is not brown! thanks.

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Was planning on trying Rush but have never fished there before. I don't think it won't be this winter.

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Just finished a drive around the perimeter of the lake...Saw the house down to the roof in Johnson Bay, south of Crane. The large group appears to be fine, although a guy who was out by the 28 foot houses says the ice is down to about 8 inches..Atv are all over out there..Cigar looks fine, nothing tilted from the shore ..atvs out there too...See Rush Point Stores web site for more updates through the day..updating routinely

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Watching a group pull out a house near the thin ice signs, south of Crane..that must be the second house we were told about...quite a project to watch...large house!

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