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bjohns22

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anybody know an easier way to get acess to the bay, its a long walk from the resort. are the sunnies biting back there?

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The guy at the resort said a few guys fished the bay and didn't do very well. He said deeper water was better. We did pretty well in the deep water also.

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I believe it would be a closer walk if you went out of Flickabirds. I also believe they may have a road plowed.

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yeah they have a road plowed out from flickabirds the last time i checked

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Is Flickabirds the resort on the east side of the lake?

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It is on East Rush, in the southwest part of the lake. To be more specific, it is on the west side of the south bay. They have a website with directions if you need them, just google them.

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