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Ice Houses

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Thats too soon isn't it? We are making really good ice right now...I think the date should be week by week after Feb 28th.

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Why do they set a date? there is no date you can start putting them out. You should be able to have them out as long as there is ice.

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It's the DNR's attempt to keep lakes free of busted up fish house parts and pickups. It works well.

You can still have a house on the lake after the 28th, you just can't leave it overnight. Don't forget to get a new shelter tag, also.

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Can you pull your permanent house out after the 28th regulations state PORTABLES may be used one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset

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Actually, you can have your house out on the lake until midnight.

This is from the 2006-07 regs.

Quote:

Note: After the date when ice or fish houses or shelters must be

removed, portable shelters may be placed on the ice and used from one

hour before sunrise to midnight, but only if there is an open fishing season

on the lake.


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I didn't realize before that there was a time limit. I just thought you couldn't leave them unattended so as long as you were using it at the time, it was okay to have it on the lake. Good to get enlightened.

Bob

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