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15-25mph out of the NW!


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Weather sounds like it is going to be terrible on Saturday. Be careful if you go out, the water temps are still cold and sounds like the wind/rain will really be bucking tomorrow out of the NW. If it is closer to 25mph, it won't be much fun on the rough side of the lake.

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Just heard a low of 35 with 20-30mph NW winds. frown.gif

Glad I've got all next week to fish!

Be safe out there!

Jeff S

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Sounds like fun!! Good luck to all of you troopers who plan on going out on Mille Lacs....

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Yah, lots of fun. I like fishing the wind but when it's butt cold and all you have is a 16 ft. tiller boat, with that wind you can plan on getting wet and cold. ooo.gif

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Well maybee there will be room at the access.Need to look at the bright side.

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Just looked at weather.com, the wind doesn't start to get above 10 until noon (course, take a weather forecast for what it's worth. Looks like a relatively calm night for the early birds Saturday morning.

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lets make the some good of the situation like I was tought when I was five "winds from the west the fish bite the best."

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The North Side is going to be that much more popular in the morning. I feel for the guys on Big Point tomorrow. They won't be there long!

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