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Lake Winnipeg update...

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Just a short up date...in a nutshell the action has been non-stop. This is especailly true for those in the know and are willing to follow some simple rules.

I have a foursome who's just finishing up a 2-1/2 day trip on the lake, they're not in yet so I'll have to wait to get their final tally. As for yesterday and two complete days, their total was 225 'eyes iced, with a number of trophies thrown into the mix! wink

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Stu, yer killin' me! It's still almost a month before I'll be up there...

Can you give us an update on ice and snow conditions, travel info, etc?

I can't wait to get up there!

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Scoot, the ice conditions at this time couldn't be more friendly! Because of the lack of snow, we can drive everywhere via pick-ups etc. One important consideration though, these conditions may change overnight with some snow & wind. Also note that shifting pressure ridges can quickly change ice conditions.

By the way, the crew from Fargo finished up with 274 'eyes on the ice. 1/2 dozen trophies thrown into the mix!

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I got's me crayon out X'n off the days on may calendar. smile

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Stu,

Do you have some info. available. E-mail me: JasonF@platowoodwork.com

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