Ice Out in Minnesota

April 2, 2015
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    Ice out in Minnesota can start anytime in the spring. The Minnesota DNR has a link and maps with more information.

    MN DNR information on ice out 

    Late winter can be a great time to spend fishing on the area lakes. But make sure you check the ice and watch for it breaking along the shoreline.

    It can also be a good time to haul materials to and from cabins while there is little snow and plenty of ice.

    Ice out

    Hauling materials on the lake before ice out

     

    Late winter can be enjoyed at some cabins or you may have to rent a cabin or room at an area resort. Dock work can also be done this time of the year at the lake cabin.

    Lake Vermilion, Crane Lake, Kabetogama and Rainy Lake have water levels that drop in the winter. This makes it easier to get work done on docks in the winter and spring right after ice out.

    Contact a real estate agent at RE/MAX Lake Country if you would like to look at cabins and lake homes in the area. With the snow mostly gone you can see the shoreline. You may be able to make an offer on a cabin now and enjoy it for opening of fishing weekend.

    Lake homes, cabins and recreation lands in the area from Lake Vermilion to Rainy Lake.

     

     


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