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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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AWH

Let's say a person is looking to launch the boat on the east end in October or November. Where would be a good place to launch? Some of the landings look like they're in areas that would freeze early. And then there's the McKinley access. They close on the last day of September. Does their ramp stay open?

Thanks,

Aaron

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Silver Scale

McKinley ramp stays open but there may be no dock. Also it's sort of steep so bring a pail of sand for the ice on the ramp. Only other option once Pike Bay and others freeze is Moc Point but then you may have to break ice from there.

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heartattack22

The new ramp out here by shamrock is usable too. Should stay open later because it faces north...Probably need sand once it gets cold...

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BEEGONE

It apprears the new public access next to shamrock wont be officially open till next spring. It is getting close to being complete.

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BEEGONE

The Blackduck Bay public access is open for use.

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