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Ice fishing Martindale pond?


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16 minutes ago, smerchly said:

Exactly Jack !   The ice varies according to current flow , and I know where most currents run at my fishing holes . My spud can tell me quickly if the ice is thin in some spots....and it can also be used to get you out if you fall in . Ice picks are cheap & easy to make and also can help get you out of the drink .  

Some mild temps & rain on the way , then very cold again .....play it safe boyz'n girls !   :Gonefishing:

Smerch check your mailbox I think it’s full

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HI, All 

Anyone know what the ice is like on the front pond. Thinking of heading out. 

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1 hour ago, Hendo said:

HI, All 

Anyone know what the ice is like on the front pond. Thinking of heading out. 

Some ice at both front and back ponds Hendo  and open water at both ....

Lots of people skating at the back .....looked like Walmart parking on the streets .

Ice is about 4" average .... need to be extra careful ....   :coldsmiley:

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1 hour ago, Hendo said:

Thanks Smerch hydro still have the road blocked ? 

Not sure Hendo , I could see cars parked on the island , maybe workers though ....

There's open water ,as usual ,  along the shoreline there . It takes some good cold temps to freeze over there .

Fishing was poor .no bites , and a couple of others at the point were not getting any action either  .

We were careful to keep our baits off bottom (6') as we were getting green slime on our hooks .....

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