Archive for March, 2009

Snowmobile Trail Report (3-11-09)

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

NOTEThe Snowmobile Trail Report is provided by our friends Jeff & Larry, owners and operators of the Anchorage Inn.  The last report was March 11th, 2009.

Snow Conditions

We received around 5-6 inches of snow yesterday.  It’s supposed to stay below freezing until Saturday, so there should be plenty of snow for this weekend.

Trail Report/Grooming Schedule

All trails were flat and hard packed prior to getting the snow yesterday.  Groomers will be out over the next couple days packing the snow, so all trails should be in excellent riding condition for this upcoming weekend.

“See You At The Lake”

1st Season(s) In The Books

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009

In less than memorable fashion recently, TLL’s ice fishing house was taken off the ice for the winter.  This is because Minnesota requires all permanent ice houses south of Hwy 200 to be off the ice by the end of February.  It was a sad day to say the least.  I didn’t get out in the ice house nearly as much as I would have liked to this winter.  Just too much work to be done.  Ice fishing in portable houses is still allowed however.  Walleye season is over, but panfish can still be on the menu.  The March crappie bite when the weather gets warmer can be very productive in many area lakes.

We arrived to TLL on March 1st, 2008, the very first day we were allowed to be here last year.  At this time last year, I was sleeping every evening on the couch until we got all of our stuff moved over.  Our first full calendar year is in the books.  Time has absolutely flown by for us.

“See You At The Lake”