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slightlyhuman
Posted: Jan 03, 2018 - 06:54 pm


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Hey guys

coming up to koshlong this weekend fishing, planning on bringing sleds as Iíve heard theyíre starting to stake the trails across lakes now. Just wondering about the snow/slush conditions up there. Last few times Iíve been it was a slush fest hoping this year with these cold temps things have changed. Any help would be great!

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Posted: Jan 03, 2018 - 08:43 pm


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I was well east of Halliburton on Monday, and the back lakes I visited were very very slushy and waterlogged. The bigger lake I went onto didn't seem to have as much snow or slush. It all depends when the lake froze and when it snowed since the freeze up.

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Posted: Jan 04, 2018 - 03:42 am


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I can second that. Smaller lakes had more slush and snow as they locked up faster and held the snow, cracked with the weight then refroze.

Been steady cold up there, Im sure youll be fine now

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Posted: Jan 04, 2018 - 08:35 am


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Temperatures are supposed to be into the -30s in Haliburton for the next few days/nights, should lock up the remaining slush. I was in Gooderham on the Tuesday, and the lake in town is frozen with lots of snowmobile tracks across.

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