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Driving on Devil's Lake???

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Is a person able to drive anywhere on Devil's Lake? Are there any area's that are to be avoided?

Thanks Much!

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Dugan!!!

[This message has been edited by Jozie-Dugan (edited 01-26-2003).]

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yes u can drive on the lake. ask the local bait shops where saftey may be a concern, presure ridges etc. are all known by the locals. never hurts to ask

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You can drive safely everywhere on Devils Lake if you use the same caution as you do on all other lakes.

We have about two feet of ice. It has been well below zero most every morning and day time highs below zero or single digits at the most for over three weeks. It was -24 F on Sunday.

Do not drive under bridges and stay away from the area immediatly near them. Wind causes pressure on the ice creating current to flow through confined areas and weaken the ice.

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Kevin Neve's Devils Lake Guide Service
fishingminnesota.com/kevin-neve-guiding/
e-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 701-473-5411 or 701-351-4989
Minnewaukan ND

[This message has been edited by kevin neve (edited 01-28-2003).]

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Kevin smile.gif
Hey are you going to the snowmobile races this weekend or going fishing?
My brother will be out there with his Yamaha & some other friends from here.
The posts you put on here are very usefull to the people that come out there or are planning a trip. Keep up the good work!
"FISH" grin.gif

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I like to say that if you stay on somebody elses old trail you are OK, but you can never be too sure. I read in the paper that a guy drove on 5 inches of ice for like 300 yards, then continued to drive on 2 inches of ice for like 150 yards until he finally drove into open water. CRAZY. oh yah he was driving a full size ext cab chevy, 1/2 ton.

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