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I am also going up this weekend and bringing a 6 x 14 fishhouse on wheels. There should be enough to drive out on Cove Bay or Isle. It would be great to hear from someone who has been out though. I would like to reach deeper walleye water but I'm not going to risk it. Any info would be greatly appreciated!

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There are many places letting you drive out right now, but you can't get far. There is some rough ice in places and plenty of ridges in other places. I have been traveling by ATV anywhere I want to go, but some of the ridges take a while to find places to cross. I would suggest calling a resort near the area you want to go to get a better idea on the ice in that particular area.

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I talked to Dickies Portside and Mac Twin Bay on 12/24 as I'm looking for a spot to put out and store a perm that I bought. Both are having problems with a pressure ridge and were working on it. Jim at Macs said they are driving out as far as the ridge. Both of these resorts are on the east side by the way. As Adam said, a quick phone call to either will get you up to the moment info. Bill

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If you want to fish walleyes I would put your house out of the northend, twin pines or garrison sports. We had a house out of jacks for 10 years and we would do good on the perch but catch about 2-5 walleyes a year and we went everyweekend. We moved to Garrison sports and now we get 2-5 walleyes a night and catch almost as many perch.

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Was at mac's today. I have house out there and they are getting over the crack but only smaller house's they say but, i saw a couple nice size one go out. They want only atv's and snowmobiles. But some full size trucks went out away!

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