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spearman

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Was out on about 3 inches of ice tonite 11/20 but the water looked like mud soup. The wind really stired it up over the last two weeks it's a shallow lake about 6 ft max to bad was hoping to get out this weekend by my wife planed a trip to the cities before the normal opener in dec. Whats a guy to do.

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wasw checking ice on little elk this morning and found that tyhere is about 1 1/2 inches and in the middle is open water

hoprfully that theren is enough by thanksgiving to spear

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i might be headed out on saturday also. Was kinda dark when i checked my spot last night so i'm going back tonight and making sure theres plenty of ice and then locate the spot for the morning!

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dont be going out and doing anything stupid guys, mae sure that ice is safe. eekconfused

Bring a buddy, a cell phone, rope, blankets etc.

And most of all don't forget to bring your common sense!!

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Holy hanna this & the ice fishing forum are just a poppin. All the ice forming is just getting the blood pumping. Hope to get out this weekend, to all good luck & stay safe.

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Originally Posted By: glenn57
dont be going out and doing anything stupid guys, mae sure that ice is safe. eekconfused

Bring a buddy, a cell phone, rope, blankets etc.

And most of all don't forget to bring your common sense!!

Merkman is right, make sure this time of the year that you are not going out with just yourself, make sure you are always with someone incase something weird does take place.

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We have about an inch and a half around the Cambridge area.

I went out about 10 ft from shore and stayed dry.

I didn't want to go out any further though.

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