A mild February has lead to weak ice conditions in many parts of Wisconsin, 7.5 degrees above average. Ice thickness isn't as thick as some winters and with March less than a week away it is almost time to get the shelters(or whatever you call them) off the ice.
There is still time to get out on the ice, but remember no ice is 100% safe. Good luck!
Here is a helpful guide from the Wisconsin DNR
Wisconsin/Minnesota Boundary Waters Remove on or before March 1
Inland Waters South of Hwy 64 Remove daily and when not in use after First Sunday following March 1
Wisconsin/Michigan Boundary Waters Remove on or before March 15
Fox River, downstream of DePere Dam (Brown County) Remove daily and when not in use
Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Green Bay and Inland Waters North of Hwy 64 Remove daily and when not in use after First Sunday following March 12
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