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clamtrap

Do not use the NORTH LANDING on clear lake two cars have went through Be very careful and stay on top.

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harvey lee

Thanks for the heads up. Many lakes are still a little iffy.

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engfish

Where is the best place to go on the lake? Is there any vehicle traffic? I'm assuming we can take a four-wheeler out, right?

We'd like to fish for sunfish on Saturday morning. Any suggestions? We've been catching them on Washington in 11' of water along with an occasional crappie but wanted to try another area lake.

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Scott K

the landing on the southeast side has been good so far, but always be careful.

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CAMOMAN

Went by Clear last night & there were tons of full size vehicles out there. I cant believe how many perms are out there too! Looked like everyone was going in on the south side either right off of 14 or at the public landing accross from Keislers campground.

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Team Otter

"Iffy" is an understatement but people just don't seem to understand. confused.gif

Thanks for the heads up.

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Zemp

I was out on Clear last night, people are actually using the North landing and driving around the area people fell through? shocked.gif I couldn't believe it, and yes there are full size trucks everywhere, I measured about 12" of ice where I fished, a little shaky for me to drive on with the varying ice this winter. Did manage to bring home 6 nice crappies though! grin.gif

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Team Otter

Wow.

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bluebill

i was out the last 2 nights with a tape i was on 10in there was very bad ice 3 days ago 70 feet from my house 2 trucks drove right down the bad area i couldnt watch i was waiting for the to go in ill keep walking 4 eyes 5 crappies for the weekend

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