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Lake area question

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Does anyone know of any lakes in the area with a bar/restaraunt on it?

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if im right i believe clearwater has a bar and resturant on it. i think it is on the west side of the lake.

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its right next to bj's bait

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Thanks.

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There is a bar on clearwater. By the public access. McBrides, also known as Bob's Bay, has been closed. There is one just up the road from there that has docks and access to get to the bar. It is also a resturant.

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Clearwater Lake on the northwest side. The place is called The Waterfront.

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thats correct. i couldnt remember the name cuase i always usta go to bobs bay

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