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A new Babblers Road condition Question

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I have my camper at gull rock not far of his road an was thinking of relocating an was thinking of the snow banks from plowing an how deep they are, can a guy bust through them or should he bring a snow blower. Sounds like alot of traffic an houses showing up, there must be trails made off the road, people must be busting through to set up houses I assume. Any info would be great. Boar

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I was out fishing Babs road Saturday and the plow banks seemed right around knee high give or take a bit. Lot's of folks out there these days and the popular spots should have plenty of tracks you can find where others have busted thru. I think I saw a couple of 'spur' roads they've plowed to get folks off of the main track here and there. We busted thru no probs but we were'nt pulling a big hut either.

fiskyknut

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Thanks fisky, sounds like I should'nt have a problem. I'm gonna try 16 for the weekend. A guy from work released a 15" perch out there. Later boar

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