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SquirrelMaster

Mid-lake structure & lake access

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First off, Merry Christmas to all,

Planning a trip before New Years with some family to LOTW & URL and wondering the best lake access resorts to go to? I would be coming from wheelers point, are there signs to these access points? Sorry for sounding like an idiot, but I would be coming up for a day in the early, early am, so i would like to know the best route possible and get out for the early morning bite and make the most of the day. I have been to URL and so we should be ok with access there.

Lastoff, would we be best to stick to pine island/zippel bay area or would it be worth the time to explore some of the mid-lake structure?

Any help would surely be appreciated.

Thanks

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Drive up 172 from Baudette to County #8, go west (left turn) for about 3 miles, Go north (right turn Clyde) on #20 to the end of the road. Welcome to Morris Point! Any questions and you'll find me about a mile out in 27 feet of water on the right side of the road. 8x20 sleeper. White steel with tan corners. Stop by and check the bite.

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Whiskey Pete, Thanks for the info, cant ask for better directions than that. Good luck on your trip and if i find your house ill drop by to thank you personally and check the bite in your area.

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AS FAR AS I KNOW THE ROAD AT MORRIS IS NOT OPEN TO EVERY KIND OF TRUCK THE ROAD AT ADRIAN'S IS OPEN TO EVERYTHING TAKE HWY 172 NORTH TO THE END LOOK FOR ADRIAN'S SIGHN

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