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Schwanny

Lake Inguadona

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I was just wondering what the ice is like on the southern portion of this lake and is there a decent way on the lake. I know there is a public access on the southeast side, but is it plowed out. If anybody has some info. to share please do. I've been on the lake in summer, but never in winter. Are there spots on the lake to stay clear of? I would like to take my nephews out there and try for some panfish off the west side.

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Anybody??? I just need to know if I can access the southern end of the lake with a 18' wheel house and get to the west side.

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was just there today,didn't fish the lake but the landing was good, unsure of the thickness of the ice but seen a path heading out, and a full size truck on the west side of the lake with about 8-10 houses out there.

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Thanks DOOM.

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    • smurfy
      Even if the road was plowed out new years. Just wanna check to see how things at the cabin are? Could walk in I guess!
    • PRO-V
    • popriveter
      I took my kids for a monticello outing yesterday, but my boy spiked a fever on the way so I had to abort mission.  Tried a little shorefishing at home this afternoon in Brooklyn Park. I tried spoons, jerkbaits and ringworms. No action.
    • smurfy
      Heading to Grand rapids on Wed. Any chance a guy can drive back in the woods with a car??
    • popriveter
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