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andreyboy
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4/16/14 11:49 AM CST
how much snow is on the lake.

walleye-master
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4/11/14 5:56 PM CST
27-34 inches

JC-Wisconsin
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4/10/14 10:04 AM CST
I know trucks were still on the ice last week. I am guessing 26-30". I am really doubting ice will be off the lake before the opener again.

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andreyboy
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4/10/14 8:10 AM CST
how much ice is on the lake now.

Lakelandsvce
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3/10/14 5:20 PM CST
Was out on Long Saturday, What a mess many ice shacks stuck in deep snow and slush. Impossible to drive on lake. Snow mobile travel only fishing was very slow.

dbuchmann
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2/25/14 9:04 PM CST
Snowmobile or walking out only. There is two feet of snow and a bunch of slush out on the lake now. I wouldn't even attempt to drive out on any lake north of HWY 29 unless there is a plowed road.

Droptine75
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2/25/14 4:40 PM CST
Does anyone know what its like to get around on the ice? Can I drive a pickup out or is a snowmobile needed? Thanks for the help.

Bigpike1
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2/23/14 7:38 PM CST
Sunset is nice, our group stayed there one year, The owners have a 9 PM curfew on noise, so if you like to have a fire or have any fun after curfew you will be scolded, its more for kids than adults

ccooper29
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2/23/14 2:43 PM CST
Have stayed at Sunset Resort for years. Would never go anywhere else.

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2/23/14 11:21 AM CST
Have also stayed at Pioneer many times but it has been going down hill for years. After they remodled all the cabins they never put any effort to keep them up. It's a shame because it is a nice place.I would recomend De voes resort a little north of Pioneer. The cabins are old style but very clean and have all you need.

fishnmrd1
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2/23/14 10:56 AM CST
Cachi16

I would recommend Sams place resort ( old J & Js resort). You can locate info on there web site. Had to change our location a few years ago and have been very happy with them. We have been fishing Long for over 35 years. There place is nice & clean and very affordable. Very nice people. They are located about half way between the north end and the south end . Great location and near boat launch.

Feel free to pm me (fishnmrd@aol.com) if you need more info.

Tight lines and practice CPR.

Fishnmrd

Bigpike1
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2/23/14 9:39 AM CST
We have stayed at Pioneer for quite a few years - that place is going down hill. Septic over flowing on multiple occasions is no excuse for a responsible resort owner. The guy just doesn't care. Love the location of that place though...

Chachi16
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2/23/14 4:45 AM CST
I have not been up to long lake in the last three years. I am trying to put together a trip this summer. How is Props? Any recommendations on resorts to stay at?

dbuchmann
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2/22/14 4:28 PM CST
Went out to my shack today on my snowmobile just to see what that status was. Hit a bunch of slush pockets while trying to pack a trail down so I can get my shack off. Guessing I won't be able to get it off until the snow melts. Lots of drifts everywhere, and around 2 feet of snow. If anyone else has their shacks out there by the pioneer maybe we can all work together to get shacks off once things either firm up or the snow goes down.

dbuchmann
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2/15/14 9:35 PM CST
Wondering if there is anyone in the area that I can hire to plow a road out to my shack which is just north of the pioneer. Would like to get off sooner than later. Pm me with any info

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