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I have been up the last couple weekends and have fished in rocky reef area and got a few perch and eyes every time i've been out, but i have had to walk out due to no wheeler or snowmobile, and thought i was going to die. I'm hoping to come up this sunday and gonna try to make it out a little farther in the lake. I was wondering if there is any resorts you can drive out of to the flats yet. I know appledorns has their roads open to half tons i heard -- how far out can you get in the lake by truck, or what structure. Thanks

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and thought i was going to die

I love it!

I know there are plowed roads out to The Boot, and AD's has a road out to Doe Island.

Search around on previous posts, you'll find out all of the info you need!

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