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March typically marks a high-point for ice fishing action, with anglers looking for late season perch, crappie and bluegill. However, this year the ice has deteriorated faster than expected. (Jason Durham / For the Enterprise)

Region could see record setting ice out if warm weather continues

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Though many anglers continue to cautiously walk out onto our local lakes, it won't be long until open water arrives.

Each year it seems the ice season begins with plenty of active fish, and then things begin to taper off.


During that mid-year lull, anglers anticipate the arrival of March, a great month for catching fish.

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