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boat landings

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I am thinking of heading up for a day in a week or so. I have been there in the winter,but never in the summer.Coming from Forest Lake, where would be the best spot to put the boat in at, considering driving distance,parking,traffic? Any replies would be a huge help. thanks!

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Actually I come from forest lake as well, but don't really pick the "easy" boat landing. I consider more of where I want to fish on the lake and go from there. If you are going to fish the flats I would say the garrison landing is a good choice or Hunters. But if you are going to fish the reefs then check out isle or some of those landings down there. Also you can dump in at some of the resorts which is sometimes nicer to deal with for a small fee $10 or so. Good luck an fill us in when you get back!

To hot for me to go out there this weekend.

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yup I will keep ya posted.thanks a lot.

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