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PaulEyes

Which resort to launch from on SE side?

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Planning on going up to the pond this weekend and would like some ideas for launching and if shallow rock piles are the way to go. Any input will be appreciated.

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With the water as low as it is... I have been most please with Sunsetbay Appledorns.. They hook a tractor up to your trailer and put the boat in for you.. you can then call ahead when you are ready to come back in and they will pull you back out... pretty darn slick!

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Thats who I was kinda thinking. I've been through these guys for ice fishing and they are top notch. The only problem is that we have a guy who just got out of the hospital and might not be able to climb UP into the boat. Paul if you read this is there anything to park the boat next to at the resort so he could step down into it?

Thanks Deitz!! smile.gif

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They have a dock that extends into the water. Go on their website, look at photos and you should see it.

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Thanks KDAWG

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The wharf just dredged out their channel. It is nice there now.

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Are they done with liberty yet? Looks like a nice access.

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Liberty is done but the DNR hasn't, nor do they plan to dredge the entrance into the lake.

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So does that make it pretty unaccessible to large boats?

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