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Re: Chisago landing conditions
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I was out last nite. Still good shape and ice is still driveable. Most of the snow melted down on the lake so it should be good traveling on lake. I was driving a 4x4 pickup with no problem. Did get my limit of crappies but had to sort thru the little ones. Good luck and be safe.

Posted on: 3/23 8:35:41
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Re: Lake Travel?
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I'm not sure if this will help you out but I was up there 2 wknds ago. I just looked at the webcams. Also an auger extension would be nice if you have one but not needed. Good luck

http://leechlaketv.org/cameras/

Posted on: 3/14 17:15:10
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Re: Strikemaster Lazer Sharpening
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If I can remember Joe's Sporting Goods did the strikemaster blade exchange.

Posted on: 2/5 20:01:25
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Rush Lake
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I'll be coming up for a wknd trip next month on Rush. Any pointer on which bay should be good for panfish? Gonna be my 1st time to this area so I just want to keep the kids and family members busy. I have navionics on my phone so it won't be too bad looking for depths. I know the Whitefish Chains and Rush is pretty deep. Any pointers and/or tips would be great. Also will an auger extension needed this time of the month? Thanks

Posted on: 1/25 20:47:33
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Re: Seeking lake with Small fish and lots of people
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I'll say Cedar also. That lake isn't very deep 9-10ft max. Lots of people driving all over. Once you find the school of small 5-6 inch crappies, it's gonna be action all day. Punch a couple of holes around where you find them and just hole hop around when the school moves. It will keep the kids busy and fun.

Posted on: 1/19 22:06:54
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Re: Grindstone Lake Ice Fishing
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Grindstone has smelt too. Just look for them suspended between 15-30 ft of water. The northeast bay (smelt hole) is popular for smelt fishing. That way u will have a live smelt instead of a frozen one .

Posted on: 1/12 15:23:16
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Re: Grindstone Lake Ice Fishing
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One line only applies to designated trout lakes and/or streams. Grindstone is not a designated trout lake which mean you can use 2 lines and live baits. The trout regs are on page 23 of the booklet. Good luck

Posted on: 1/11 23:06:51
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Re: Any ice updates?
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Was out there last Sat on MN side. Didn't measure but looks like it's 10+ inches. Was surprised by how many ppl out there. Did see a pickup driving along WI side shoreline. Also heard loud ice cracking, took a look out the window and a Honda Civic was driving across frm WI to MN...crazy! Fishing was slow...end up with 9 crappies.

Posted on: 1/2 19:20:29
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Re: Ice reports?
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Area varies at Bellaire 2 3/4" to 4". Spud your way around if u have one or drill as u go. At VFW is more thicker 4" to 5". Fishing was slow if anyone is interested. Be safe as the ice still varies. Good luck.

Posted on: 2017/12/16 20:05
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Re: West metro ice thread
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Seton Lake (Minnetonka) has 3.5-4 inches when I was on there yesterday. Didn't venture out too far cus of the snow covers. Good luck n be safe.

Posted on: 2017/12/12 12:13
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