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Took a drive to the cottage today. 

Scugog causeway. No ice. South Pigeon. No ice.  Gannon Narrows. No ice. Bridgenorth causeway. Just a bit of wind blow ice. Rest clear.  North east Pigeon still iced up. Water levels rising but still 1 ft below summer levels. 

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On behalf of everyone... thanks for the updates!

I live across the street from Scugog and the Caesarea side of Scugog has been clear and open for almost 2 weeks. Guys have been out almost everyday the last week and a bit.

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I was just at 4 mile lake and it's still covered.  *sigh*

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7 hours ago, Stoty said:

On behalf of everyone... thanks for the updates!

I live across the street from Scugog and the Caesarea side of Scugog has been clear and open for almost 2 weeks. Guys have been out almost everyday the last week and a bit.

Man, that lake gets hit hard and early. At least someone is getting out on the open water.

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I saw a boat in the scugog river last week..............Not sure what they were doing, river is sanctuary until mid May.

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It sure does Jimmer. I live across the street from it yet barely ever fish it cause launching a boat is such a pain once the bass season is open. Heck I’ve been down to the pier at night a few times wanting to take my little guys fishing and I can’t because it’s literally PACKED. And the garbage that’s left all over the place...is crazy. 

I usually always choose to drive a bit to get away from the crowds. Gas companies sure love us fishermen. LOL

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