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What is Devils Lake ice cond.

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Hello, can anyone let me know the current ice conditon's in the Devil's Lake area? Thank you, Dave

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I always check the weekly reports at edsbaitshop.com or give them a call if you need to know right away otherwise keep checking this site. These guys do a pretty good job at updating reports.

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Thanks for the info perchpapa.

[This message has been edited by grinched (edited 12-30-2003).]

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The ice is 12 to 15 inches every place I have been. People seem to be driving every where, I would still check it if you go out in a new area. Good Luck!

Jason Feldner
www.percheyes.com

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I'm planning a trip to devil's lake for the first time grin.gif However we're not going until the first weekend in March. Just wondering , what is the ice usually like by then? ok or slush city?

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I understand this warm weather is supposed to continue for a few more days.

Any thoughts or suggestions on what to bring as far as getting around on the ice next weekend? 4 wheelers, sleds, trucks with tow straps? perhaps a canoe grin.gif

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Snowmobiles and portable houses. Unless you have access to a monster truck. Snow has gotten a little on the crusty side, easy to get stuck in the ol' pickup.

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We have been traveling off the trails this week in pickups but the only problem is all the water. If you have a snow mobile that is the way to go. Make sure you have good boots because you will be walking thruogh a lot of water.

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Phone: 701-662-4659
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Devils Lake ND

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