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Boat Ramp

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I have been reading a lot on the low water levels on Winnie. Where is there a boat ramp on the Cutfoot that I can launch a 18ft Pro V and possible also stay with a 30ft motor home?

Thanks in advance.

Oh yeah, how has the fishing been?

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The water levels are not as low as last year. I fish Winnie a lot. You can launch an 18' Pro-V pretty much anywhere.

On the north end of the big lake, use the Plug Hat Point launch or in Cut Foot use the Mosomo Point landing.

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Thanks Wave Runner. I am headed up this weekend for a quick fish and will try one of the National Forest Campground ramps, probably Deer Lake. I will let people know if there is any problem. According to the National Forest Service, they went into Deer Lake Campground this summer and dredged out the channel.

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