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Grindstone / Trout

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Anyone headed to Grindstone tomorrow morning for trout? I plan to go up in the morning and give it a try. Good luck to everyone headed out for trout.

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Mother-in-Law passed away a week ago so going to miss the Opener this year.  Hopefully the Ice is good on some of these deep Trout lake already? Good Luck. 

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Sorry for loss leech, hopefully later in the season you can make it out. I hope to make the opener a yearly event.

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30 minutes ago, leech~~ said:

Mother-in-Law passed away a week ago so going to miss the Opener this year.  Hopefully the Ice is good on some of these deep Trout lake already? Good Luck. 

Sorry to hear, my sympathies!

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Thanks guys, she was 82 and having a bad time. It was her time to go. 

Sorry for high jacking the thread minky. 

Back on topic. Give us a report if you go and be safe that lake seems to take a long time to ice over.

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Sorry to hear  leach-take care of your wife- it's hard to lose your mother- best to the both of you.

God Bless

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No problem leech,

the fishing was slow when I talked to other anglers,

I was not as prepared as I should of been and it showed, no fish for me.

I did enjoy myself and plan a return trip during the week.

North end of the lake had more water / slush on top of the ice then the South end.

most of the travel was on foot or wheeler and a few brave souls in trucks.

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