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SE side lake access

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I am thinking of putting my Alumacraft Navigator Sport (17'8" long, 95" wide, 115 hp) in at Father Hennepin State Park on Sunday, 9/2/07. With the water being low, I was wondering if anyone knew if launching at the park would be feasible? If it is too shallow there, does anyone recommend another place close to the park? Thanks much.

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Go north about 2 miles on 47. Put in at Macs Twin Bay. Excellent launch, and good bar. $10 to launch.

It is directly across from FHSP.

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