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AM THINKING ABOUT GOING TO WHITE BEAR THURSDAY NIGHT ANY INFO WOULD BE VERY HELPFULL LOOKING TO CATCH SOME EYES

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dwag70

Hey Packman

Was out sunday fishing the SW end on the Lake (VFW) caught a couple of crappies. No eyes still alot of weeds in the lake was in 14 ft and had a solid weed bottom. Have not heard of any good walleye spots but the bait stores give the same info gettin' in Matamedia sp Dont know where to get on over there you know a spot ? I did see alot of people fishin Ramsey Beach though was not about to go over the spring to check it out...Sheriff posted the launch with the thin ice sign.. Ice was about 12-14 inches and there were a few nuts driving full size trucks out there... Not enough ice for me!!!! No permenent house out where i was let me know how you did !!!!

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packman and dwag70

i was out last sunday, fished ordway rockbar off of ramsey beach with no luck. we ran boards from 20 feet up to 8 feet on top of the rocks with no luck, did mark a few on the vex.

dwag70 i think i saw you out there sunday, we thought of giving the vfw a try but we didnt want to drag our gear across the ice again. do you know where that small red pickup drove out from? i looked at tallys but didnt see any tire tracks. glad to see that you at least caught something.

good luck to the both of you

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I was in the Clam with the four wheeler by it. I did not see it leave but i used the access at the south end of the bay there. People were driving out and parking by the docks..Maybe the guy got off the lake at the Bel Aire beach long drive on the ice though

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