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LODFFB

Norway Ice report

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LODFFB

Just wondering how Norway Lake ice is.

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eyewarrior

We have been driving truck on the ice for a week now 14" last night. Ice is good lots of tiny to small crappies 7"-9" long with the ocassional 11"-12". Maybe a couple like that each night.

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Danube D

How about Florida???

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cheech22

i was wondering about florida too, went out there this spring and nailed the big crappies...anyone tried for them ice fishing?..is it worth it??

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fish-4-fun

Is danube D Mike??

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Danube D

Nope. I have heard they are driving all over Florida but no fishing reports. Anyone have any fishing info??

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LODFFB

Eyewarrior finally got on the ice tonight. Forgot my Vexilar though oops. 13" where I was. No bites but finally getting it out was really cool. The Ice didnt crack and pop when I went out but there was a chev 4 door and she was poping then.

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The Freak

Are people driving out to the bay on the west side of the lake yet?

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dlskills

so larry did ya leave it out then. or bring in and out............ grin.gif

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LODFFB

I left it Fri. smirk.gif Went out this morning and caught 2 small crappie 1 nice keeper, 27" snake and a 20" from what I could tell I umm released him at the hole blush.gif got a pic of the big one and let him go too. Took it off today, cant really go out this week at all wife works lat and have to play with the kids grin.gif

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    • knoppers
      bump give ice reports if you can. just don't go on any ice to give a report, be safe.   I know my 300 acre lake in aitkin froze  over last weekend, but ice depth could vary greatly this time of year.
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