Even with summer-like temps, some anglers are still out on the ice

"You got to be half crazy" but that's not stopping some people from stepping out on the lakes even with temperatures in the 70s. Anglers tell Valley News there's just enough ice left on Jewett Lake in Otter Tail County.
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"You got to be half crazy" but that's not stopping some people from stepping out on the lakes even with temperatures in the 70s. Anglers tell Valley News there's just enough ice left on Jewett Lake in Otter Tail County.

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