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CAN ANYONE TELL ME HOW THE SNOWMOBILE TRAVEL IS FROM THE CASINO ACCESS TO THE MUD FLATS. WILL BE UP TOMORROW AND WAS WONDERING WHAT WE WERE IN FOR. THANKS FOR ANY RESPONSE. MATT

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I parked at the casino landing last week and rode snowmobile all the way to Isle no problem. I hite an occasional pocket of slush but nothing bad. I think you can go anywere on snowmobile.

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What about a 4 wheeler??? Are the Slush pockets still bad?

I am heading to the pond Sunday with a buddy and my dad. We all have jacked up wheelers with mud tires, and wondering if slush will be a problem. We are going to probably target the 7,and 8 mile or Seguchies flats.

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My buddie and and I rode his four-wheeler out of Hunters to Blue Jug several weeks ago when the slush was realy bad. Two of use on a wheeler pulling a fish trap and we never got stuck, close though. Like I said I was there a week ago with my sled and it wasnt bad. I would not be scared on a wheeler but be ready to hammer the gas! I have not been there since so I realy dont know how the sluch is now. My guess would be the warmer weather settled everything alot and hopefully it has been freezing hard during the night eventhough it hasnt been super cold up here lately.

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 Originally Posted By: late night
My buddie and and I rode his four-wheeler out of Hunters to Blue Jug several weeks ago when the slush was realy bad. Two of use on a wheeler pulling a fish trap and we never got stuck, close though. Like I said I was there a week ago with my sled and it wasnt bad. I would not be scared on a wheeler but be ready to hammer the gas! I have not been there since so I realy dont know how the sluch is now. My guess would be the warmer weather settled everything alot and hopefully it has been freezing hard during the night eventhough it hasnt been super cold up here lately.

Thanks for the info!

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THANKS LATE NIGHT, THATS JUST WHAT I NEEDED TO HERE. BE UP THERE BRIGHT-N-EARLY IN THE MORN GOOD LUCK

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