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We are heading up to Adrian's tomorrow. Anyone know if we are better off with 4 wheelers or snowmobiles?

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JM,

I, too, am heading to Adrian's tomorrow. I talked to them about an hour ago. There is about 6" of snow in the bay and less than that on the main lake. Adrian's marked a path out to the island that needs to be stayed on. The ice is sporadic in the bay. It is snowing there now, with 2-4" expected. I would say you are okay with either mode of transportation. I'm going to be using a wheeler and hauling a wheeled trailer out with my gear. Snowmobile might be a better solution.

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You guys should be good to go with wheelers. We got some snow but not alot, it's been pretty windy as well so alot of it is blowing around. Bundle up she's gonna be chilly out there this weekend! GOOD LUCK!

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