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It depends a lot also on what the weather has been like. If the fall was real wet the natural springs are probably more active than usual which keeps the water agitated much in the same way river water does. And of course the temperature and snow cover also makes a big difference. If it has not been a real cold winter or if there has been a lot of snowfall the lake has a hard time building ice as well.
 

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some of the lakes around here take longer to freeze up then usual. i think it got better this year.
 

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this is the soonest our local lake has been frozen in years and its pretty solid even after the recent warm spell theres been people ice fishing for about 3 weeks now
 
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