Go to the lake in the fish reports. There is a ice thickness tab that people will use when/ if they do a report. Generally every other question this time of year is how thick is the ice? Most people put it in there report though just need to look back
check the lake reports for the lake you're wanting to fish, but never 100% trust someone else. Remember, ice can change dramatically, and it's always a risk, somewhat, driving on. Best bet is to walk out, drill a hole, and measure for yourself. Look to see if other vehicles are out there, and then follow their tracks & keep your fingers crossed! I have, but haven't for over 10years, driven a truck on a lake. Tight-lines!
The GX Series is more than just a pretty face. Sure, it's sleek style is going to standout on your boat deck, but SEVIIN'S built-from-scratch, angler-centric design gives you a reel built to go toe-to-toe with whatever species you target.