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kevfish

Ice on woman lake - bungy bay

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kevfish

anyone know if the ice is out on woman lake- really want to know about bungy bay

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JWB475

I don't know first hand, but I highly doubt it.

Here is a webcam for 10 mile lake near Hackensack, it is pulling away from the shoreline now, but still ice covered.

http://home.comcast.net/~tenmile/images/webcam.jpg

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leechlake

the ice went out of our lake by Walker yesterday (April 9th). It always goes out about 10 daysto two weeks before any other ice becuase it's a small lake and it has a pretty good current going through it.

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Nutty Fisherman

The ice went out on some of the littler lake by woman Sat. Of the lakes I saw when I was up the this weekend the ice was away from the shore lines on all of them. I would say all the lakes should be clear by the middle of the week. It was looking awfull black. They got rain Sat night and was suppose to get rain today and, that should take care of the ice if it rains a lot.

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Heidi

It was raining Sunday when I left. The north end of Iguadona was free and clear. By this weekend, the lakes should all be free up there. Thunder was getting real close.

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bullzeyez61

what about mule or blackwater lakes

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JWB475

Talked to my parents last night who live on Woman, it was still ice covered...

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Heidi

They still had ice on them Sunday.

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