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melt off 1 year 8 months ago #1


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well, it's just about mid March and the temps are rising. Gonna be in the 50's this week with enough sun and rain to start trashing the ice on the lakes. It won't be long before there is enough open water to get the kayak on and go for a paddle. All winter I've been walking the ice and making plans for spring, I can't say I'm happy to see the ice recede but I'm looking forward to fighting bass and pickerel in my kayak again. Bring on SPRING!!!
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melt off 8 months 4 weeks ago #2


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it's about a year later and it's getting to that time again. It was a pretty warm and rainy winter and it wasn't so easy finding ice to walk on. Fortunately I'm in the North East corner of the state and there was enough ice including some of my favorite lakes.


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But... the ice is quickly disappearing. There's only a few public lakes with safe enough ice and my local lake isn't one of them. I packed up my ice gear and I'm moving some of the junk out of the way to get to the Wildy. Time to start thinking about soft water and warm days in the sun!
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