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Lukasaurus
Posted: Apr 24, 2018 - 09:07 pm


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Have you guys seen this web site?
https://worldview.earthdata.nasa.gov/?p=geo....57300216079333
Refresh it every day to get the latest photo. We bought a cottage at the mouth of the French 2 years ago and I use this web site along with you board members to let me know when I can take the trip from Dokis to the cottage for the first time.
You can go back by the day, month or year. Very interesting to see how the ice was the on same date year to year. You can also move your view to a different location/lake.

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Posted: Yesterday at 07:35 am


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Thanks for the link. That's a good tool to use. Can zoom in too much but it will give a good idea as to what's going on (except for cloudy days).

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Posted: Yesterday at 07:44 am


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QUOTE (ZzzAngler @ Apr 24, 2018 - 08:38 pm)
I went out on the weekend and drilled a few holes along the South Shore between Callander Bay and DWP. Strolled out about 1/2 km drilling holes as I went and the ice was pretty consistent at about 26 inches thick. It has been milder since and some slush is starting to develop on the surface. Iím no expert but guess it is going to be awhile before itís gone. Hopefully itís all gone by the opener. 🐟😃🙏🏻
Tight lines.

(26" thick between Callander Bay and DWP!) So much for getting to the boat ready soon...LOL

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