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Fishnhunt
Posted: Jan 02, 2023 - 04:57 pm


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We were at our cottage south of Dorset and our cottage lake had no snow on it with two inches of ice under four inches of skimmed over slush. If we ever get any cold weather it should freeze through fairly quick but as of right now itís definitely a no go.
LOB was wide open water with no ice in sight from hwy. 117.
Donít shoot the messenger!Happy new year everyone.

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Sharkbait22
Posted: Jan 02, 2023 - 07:52 pm


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Thanks for the ice report! Hoping some cold weather fuses everything together soon.

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Posted: Jan 07, 2023 - 07:47 pm


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Thanks Happy New Year

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Drew
Posted: Jan 07, 2023 - 09:01 pm


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12Ē today
North of Huntsville and south of North Bay

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Posted: Jan 08, 2023 - 06:33 am


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QUOTE (Drew @ Jan 07, 2023 - 09:01 pm)
12Ē today
North of Huntsville and south of North Bay

Lucky, I couldnít find anywhere where my spud didnít goo off through in one hit. Today probably different story with the cold snap, should lock up the mush.

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