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The_King48

Where to go this weekend??Adrians Zipple?????

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The_King48    0
The_King48

Where would be the best spot to go?? I am leaving the cities Thursday night. I will fish Fri. Sat. and Sun. morning. I have a 8x16 wheel house. Will I be able to drive on the lake with a pick up or do I need to bring the wheeler?? Thanks in advance.

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mnhunter 3815

as of now on zipple,they r letting ppl drive to the sand bar then its atv or sled travel on the big lake.i was up on zipple last weekend and the fishing was awesome.

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curt quesnell

Dont plan on driving a truck onto the ice till next week.

Bring wheelers. Very good ice though, you should not have

trouble at either spot.

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I plan on comeing up not this weekend but next for a couple weeks, I will have a very big wheelhouse not that anyone has a crystal ball but shoud I be ok for driving out that week end I talked to Morrispoint the other day they said they had 12 inches and would let me out as soon as we had 18 inches last year it was 16 inches but what ever. Second were should I go out of I can't make up my mind I was thinking Zipple but 4 years ago I rented a house form them and from what I remember there ramp was a little step and am worried about being able to get back up it,Am I wrong there. or go out of Morris or Sportsman or I have heard good things about Adrians but I don't know were they are. Any info would be great and thanks !!!

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do you mean the sand bar????? you should have no problem getting over the sand bar with a house.we towed a 16ft camper with a 4 wheeler out there last weekend

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GRAND DAD

Am talking about right were you get on the ice for the first time right after you leave the resort. I just remember it being step I was also driving a car. I would asume that if I has a problem they would help me out. My wheel house is 8x27 and wheighs in at 5600LB's so I have to be carefull not to get in trouble!!

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mnhunter 3815

ohh you mean right at the boat landing.ya that is kinda steep but still not bad.you should have no problem geting up it pulling your house

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