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Grindstone access

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Does anyone know if this access is still usable? I have heard it can be a little thin on water. Planning on trying Grindstone for shovel mouths. Never fished Grindstone before, should be interesting.

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Not sure about the launch.Even on a wet year it seems like anything over a 14/16 footer would be a hassle.The Lake trout/Brown trout will be deep in the summer.Thin doctors,suttons and your standard trout lures should do the trick.When you say shovelmouths are you talking smallies?Good luck and don't fall in smirk.gifc63

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