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car down in Birch?

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Does anyone know the location where the kids dropped the front of the car into Big Birch? Just curious as to what area of the lake and the area to avoid. Thanks, Bill

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TheZOOMNGroup

Heard that it was over in the bay between Big & Little Birch...

Got too close to the pressure ridge. We drove all over on Sunday Norther side 12 - 15" of ice... South side 12 - 17" of ice...

Looks scary because everyone was driving out then parking on shore and some open ice spots were there was no snow...

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barfrog

bill it was in the narrows where you get boat through in soft water they go down every year there its not that deep but current moves through there

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bturck

Thanks guys. Kind of thought it might be the narrows. i know my nephew has been out there quite a few times and he checks the ice pretty diligently. didn't think it would be the main body of the lake. Barfrog, do you live right in Upsals? Bill

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TheZOOMNGroup

Car went down in Hunters Bay... I guess there is a pressure ridge in there at the NE point... Stopped in @ the bait shop and they said that it went it there.

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barfrog

bill i do live in town of upsala if in area stop in at bar ask for frog can give you some local reports

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bturck

Will do. I fish that area quite a lot. My nephew lives there as well. First house east of the community center pavillion. There are some good lakes in your area. Bill

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merc

Barfrog, hope your better at fishing than golfing. grin.gif Probably see you some Tuesday night, horseshoes starts next week. We always make our weekly stop!

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