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123fish

Had a guy I used to work with who lives on north Shetek call me and say that the ice was out as far as he could see as of Sunday afternoon. The wife and I came back from a weekend visit to the Cities and Talcot was ice free on Sunday afternoon. Pretty hard to believe when you think of all the snow sitting on them just two weeks ago.

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Eric Wettschreck

Lime Lake ice is totally gone. There are a couple icebergs floating around but by this afternoon they will be gone.

Good thing my boat is almost ready.

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deadminnowcatcher

Cottonwood lake in windom is ice free as of sunday afternoon.

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LOTWSvirgin

From talcot to windom to bingham is open there was a boat on bingham the other day. No crappies out of the river yet. got yelled at by some guy at the windom dam for thowing a twister I guess you cant catch them on twisters or you cant get crappie in the eddies by the current only down steam not to lie but did get in to some walleyes but they are all swimming still

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clamsleeper

Sleepy Eye, St. James, Long Lake, Cedar. All these lakes are open. Boats on these lakes today.

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Moses2531

LQP looked like he had a ways to go last week... With the warm weather has the ice disappeared anymore?

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basssmasher*

I havent been to LQP lately.. Im sure with the warm weather and the current it has to be almost ice=free.. Call Dj's sporting goods in Montevideo, they will give ya the latest info grin.gif

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carpshooterdeluxe

la qui parle last sunday was about 50/50 open water to ice; at least far as i could tell going over milan bridge; few guys fishing off hwy 40 for crappies but all they caught was one sheephead sunday afternoon. but now after a week of temps and rain, not to mention a few geese swimming around...it may be all open water now.

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