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Another "Ice on Inner Bay"

Discussion in 'Fishing Reports' started by ferg, Jan 1, 2011.

  1. ferg

    ferg Active Member

    This is a follow-up from Wednesday's pic. It was too foggy to get a recent image of the ice on Inner Bay until now. This was taken about 4PM
    Saturday Jan. 1. It looks pretty wet and slippery. I am impressed by the cleanliness of the ice surface after this week's traffic. I don't even see a coffee cup. Every ice fisher deserves a pat on the back for leaving the ice in such pristine condition. Nice job

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    d ferguson
     
  2. Phantom

    Phantom Well-Known Member

    Is that out of Booths/Port Rowan? Nice picture. Good to see.
     
  3. Phantom

    Phantom Well-Known Member

    Here is a link to a Fishmaster clip at the Grand. outflow.http://fishmaster.proboards.com/index.cgi
     
  4. ferg

    ferg Active Member

    Hey Phantom that is Booth's Harbour with Bait Island in the distance and Pottahawk Point beyond.
     
  5. Huron

    Huron Well-Known Member

    Any of you guys close to Grangers and Shermans at St. Williams just how soupy has it gotten by now? If handy please post a pic or two, would be really appreciated. Perhaps tommorow or Monday some time if your around the area. Wish I was a little closer I'm over in Stratford but have an interest in coming over when it gets to safe hard ice. Thanks, Huron.
     
  6. groundcontrol

    groundcontrol Member

    quote:
    Originally posted by Phantom

    Is that out of Booths/Port Rowan? Nice picture. Good to see.



    Here's the Booth's harbour camera. http://boothsharbour.com/Webcam/58/0
     
  7. Jwalsh

    Jwalsh Well-Known Member

    I just checked the camera...it looks like there is a couple huts out between booths and st. williams...can anyone confirm this?
     
  8. Huron

    Huron Well-Known Member

    Groundcontrol...thanks for posting the webcam site. Really neat! Huron.
     

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