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Re: Rush, East
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2 hours ago on the Rush Point Store FB page.

This is as current as I could find.

Trevor O'Day Know the lake.. Hearing reports from 4 inches to 12 inches on west rush depending on the area.. The most i measured was 9 inches out off the east tip of cigar but havent been out this week

Found nothing on the East lake.

Maybe give Petersons a call at the resort?

Posted on: 1/9 10:44:28
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Re: Rush, East
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From Mille Lacs/Landfall
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orandausa wrote:
Anyone been to Rush West or East lately?

I will be up this weekend. I am wondering if I can get around with the ATV or will I need to walk due to slush and snow.


last weekend Goose was great for travel, very little snow and no slush. I would assume Rush is similar. Found active panfish and pike.

Posted on: 1/9 14:27:49
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Re: Rush, East
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I was wondering the same thing but i guess nobody wnats to talk

Posted on: 1/10 12:27:32
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Re: Rush, East
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From Blaine MN
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I was on East Rush on Monday (1/6). Little to no snow and no slush. Had about 10" of ice where I was sitting. Was about a mile walk out of Flickabirds. Fish were tight lipped though.

Posted on: 1/10 12:59:42
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Re: Rush, East
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whateverbites wrote:
I was on East Rush on Monday (1/6). Little to no snow and no slush. Had about 10" of ice where I was sitting. Was about a mile walk out of Flickabirds. Fish were tight lipped though.


Thanks Much!!

Posted on: 1/10 13:26:20
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Re: Rush, East
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thank you

Posted on: 1/10 21:08:52
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Re: Rush, East
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02/19/2008
From Bloomington
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I was on East Rush Sunday 1/12.

13" of ice. Top 4 - 5" was white ice. The rest very solid looking. What snow is on the lake is packed solid. Some wind blown glare ice. Travel was very easy.

Saw 6 -8 single axle wheel house, 20 or so smaller skid houses, 10 or so cars, 4 picks ups. Still lots of atv, sleds out there.

I was mainly checking conditions where I plan to put the skid house at. My day time bite "gotta get out of the house" spot produced many Perch of varying size, nothing over 10". We were far away from the crowds.

It seems like tungsten jigs have been figured out. Change to a small spoon or hair jig and you where catching again.

Flickabirds plans on starting to pull houses later this week.

Posted on: 1/13 10:44:44
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Re: Rush, East
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Thanks much for the report!!

At least another week for me then!!

Posted on: 1/13 11:21:57
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Re: Rush, East
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From South Minneapolis
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hopefully the snow keeps blowing off with these little snowfalls so the cold snap can really put on some good solid ice.

Posted on: 1/13 11:24:48
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Re: Rush, East
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I left up there at 6pm and there was no snow falling. So hopefully they didn't get any at the lake. Negative temps this week should give us good ice conditions. Need a few more inches of good ice.

Posted on: 1/13 14:15:35
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