Ice In – 2022

Hi Everyone,

Christmas Day is our official “Ice In” this year. The lake froze over last weekend after the frigid weather came through and the temperatures for the next few days kept it frozen, measuring around 4 inches thick. But with temperatures predicted to be way above normal for this time of year for the next week, I’m not sure what will happen. Conditions will definitely be deteriorating for those ice fishermen who have been braving the trek to get to their favorite spot! They are much braver than I. For those of us who like winter activities, we are off to a very slow start. Let’s hope 2023 will bring some colder and snowier days so that ice skating, ice fishing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross country skiing can be enjoyed on the lake.

Happy New Year,

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