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plowed road access

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We will be staying at ballards for a couple of days but they do not have any plowed roads. We will be fishing with them for one day and the next would like to go out in our portable. If anyone can't point me in a good direction for some northern or muskie action that would be extremly helpful. We would like to try something different since we will be fishing walleye for 3 days prior. Any info on good spots to go and somewhat of plowed roads would be greatly appreciated.

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Grogan.. Bumped that "Things to do on the big pond" post up to the top, it has info on Roads and access points.

Muskie are few and far between on the US southside of the lake btw.

Enjoy your trip, fiskyknut

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FROM WHAT I HAVE SEEN THE BIGGEST NORTHERN COME RIGHT OUT OF THE WALLEYE HOUSES MUSKIES GOOD LUCK HAD A GUY CATCH A 43 INCHER IN 32 FT OF WATER JUST THE OTHER DAY IN AN ADRIANS'S SLEEPER IF YOU KNOW WHERE THEY ARE

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