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Can any one tell me how deep the snow is on the ice? Can you drive anywhere on the lake or is the snow too deep and you have to stay on the plowed roads. Also do you have to pay to use the roads? We'll be fishing there Friday - Monday.

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Despite what anyone will tell you, you have to pay me, and only me to use ANY road in North Dakota. grin.gif Just mail me a check today and I'll tell everyone you are good to go.

Snow is not a problem because it was warm today and collapsed any we had down. It is going to be colder the next couple of days so it will be no problem. Snow is not an issue this year.

Even Fords won't get stuck.

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Thanks Kevin maybe we'll see you out on the ice. I'll be driving a green 4 door F150 w/a topper on it. Also there will more than likely be a big dumb sheephead tied to the hood.

P.S. Sheephead will pay you for the road pass

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What's the latest from DL ND? Any wild stories or hot bites? Coming up in a couple of weeks.

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We got back yest, got out of there before the wind really started blowing, Fished on Friday and they had lock-jaw except for a 1.6 lb perch, on Sat. the weather went to heck so we rented a 10 hole shack out of the casino not thinking we would catch sh*t, we ended up with 6 nice perch and a 5.5lb and a 8.2 walleye too!! And a whole lotta beer and even the Dr. stopped by for a visit! We were really suprised to catch anything out there in 42 ft. of water! Best $75 we spent! Went out Sun to the same general area and ended up taking hom about 20 perch, bite didnt really start till around 2-3 0'clock and at 5 it was all over! Good luck when you go, and keep us posted on how you did, I'd go up again, but probably would wait 2-3 weeks later to go! ****, it's windy up there!! P.S. Nice meeting ya Kevin!!

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Dirkato and sheephead had cameras down and saw a lot of fish. Big perch, big walleyes, big northerns.

Check-out the iceleaders state report for ND for my latest report or click on the report in this forum for my report.

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