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buckmaster_89

Tulibees???

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buckmaster_89

How are the tulibees hittin? I am heading up this friday and staying there until the next friday for the yearly vacation there. I heard long but past experiences is that they were wormy. Hows Melissa so far? we got em there one year by the inlet. Any help is appreciated.

thanks alot

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Dahitman44

I would go to Long Lake by Vergas -- without a question. They are doing very well. Mornings are best but the bite has been really good between 8 am and 11 am.

You will have to drive 6 miles from the access but it is worth it.

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walleyes12

is there still alot of snow on top of the lake! Just curious how driving would be.

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eyehunter

The lake that I was on had some snow on it, but not very much, just enough to make it look white and very slippery. A good pair of ice cleats will come in handy.

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Dahitman44

Not much snow -- there is water -- It will be all gone by this weekend.

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MNfan

Is ice still going to be good this weekend? Finally getting home this weekend, first time since pulled my big house off Feb 25, need to get out and get a few to smoke.

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Paul

Most lakes still have upwards of 3 feet of ice, but whith the warmer weather there is probably lots of water on the top of them. Weather is calling for 50 next 3 days, with potential rain friday and sunday.

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MNfan

Will get home tonight will have to try it out in the morning hate to think about driving all the way across Long on 4wheeler with water on ice.

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Dahitman44

I hear ya.

You worried about the ice this weekend? Kinda creepy with these HOT temps.

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MNfan

Got home got busy never did get out did a drive around on Sat. ice looking tough. Have to wait till next year.

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