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12/8/23 @ 3:34 PM
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HMBiome
User since 11/28/23

I am fairly new to the site.  I know roughly what lake I want to head out to for the winter for regular ice fishing.  What is the best way to get an update on the ice thickness before driving out?


Thanks all


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12/9/23 @ 2:38 AM
HMBiome
User since 11/28/23
Thanks,
I saw where to report the water temp and ice thickness.  ​I didn't see anywhere that listed it.  I am going to guess it must not be thick enough yet that there is anything to report then.

Thanks again
12/8/23 @ 4:08 PM
Direwolf66
PRO MEMBER User since 2/21/20
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 
12/8/23 @ 4:05 PM
C-P-R-#1
User since 2/14/08
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!
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