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ROAD TO THE GAP

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JUST WANTED TO LET EVERYONE KNOW 1 MILE NORTH OF THE ISLAND THERE WILL BE AN ORANGE BARREL ON YOUR RIGHT THAT SUPER HWY WILL LEAD YOU TO THE CANADAIAN BORDER ALOT OF PEOPLE LIKE TAKEING THERE PORTABLES OVER THERE SO WE PLOWED A NICE ROAD TO THE GAP HAVE FUN OVER THERE AND GOOD LUCK

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Roger: when you mentioned about the boarder how do you know where it is? by chance do you have gps reading for the south side by the gap and to the north and what point north would it be? you can e-mail me frenchfryman_1@yahoo.com

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if you have a gps and the lake of the woods chip.it shows you where it is at.if not im sure has it.

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PUT YOUR LAKEMASTERS CHIP IN AND ZOOM IT TO THE MAX AND YOU WILL BE GOOD TO GO

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We fished off the end of that road Thurs. & Fri. in 16' and did pretty good. Thurs. was better but the fish are around. I think Fri. was pretty slow in general from what we heard. Plain red hooks were best for us and gold rock & roll with the minnow hooked in the tail so it swims away from the jig. We stayed at Adrian's; That road was a good idea. Thanks Roger & Brian. smile.gif Stan C.

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