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buckmaster32

Boulder lake conditions?

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I'm heading out to boulder tomorrow and was wondering if you are able to drive out there yet? Was out on Caribou yesterday and was driving around no problem with around 21 inches of ice. Is anybody having any luck out on boulder?

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People are driving all over on Boulder. I know the old no ice is safe ice, yadditty yah, etc. But I have personally driven all over on Boulder without problems. Watch out for plowed roads as the snow on the sides of them is hard as a rock and could mess up a vehicle when you drive through them, and also be careful of islands and rock humps which become more pronounced as they draw Boulder down. Oh yeah, and stay away from the dam!

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How is the bite on boulder this year. I haven't been up there yet to give her a try

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