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BobM

Waiting for Ice

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Heard from stew's deli near cranberry pond...he has bait and guys have been buying. Are they on cranberry or long pond?. I'll have to go check it out. Some nice cold nights here....maybe ice?

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Braddocks too


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BobM, did you prepare your ice auger for that? I love to use ION Electric Ice Auger for that ( you can find more info here), in a reason cause it has a lot of pros and wins in a comparison with all other models of augers. It makes extra-smooth cutting and progressive reverse system for better results. Only few models cut ice as smooth as this one.

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New blades last year, used twice....keep dry ever since. Blades are still sharp. Found all my jigs and tools such as forceps. .....All ready here!

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Was looking to get out this weekend. Does not look good so far. Looking to take the drive up north. Somewhere has to have ice. It's going to be sketchy if I do get out. Anybody looking to go out needs a spud with them. Hopefully way up north has some ice. It's 4-6 HR drive to get up there. Going to have to go check it out. At least find a small pond to fish.....still think we will get a good end of season. Let's hope!

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Ice is finally on the way.....Maybe a week. Lets all be safe and wait for at least 4 inches on the Lake shore Ponds. With single number low temps and calm winds....should not take too long. Maybe next weekend I'll see you all out there. I prefer Cranberry pond...If no parking....then Long pond or Braddock's Bay. Good luck to all!

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Anyone know how much Ice we have on Cranberry Pond? I heard about 2 inches......not sure if that's right.

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