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bigbearslayer

roads to the flats anyone

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i am looking to get to the mud this weeked dose anyone have a road to bluejug or schultz flat or anywere by there

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Usually Hunters will plow out to Blue Jug and Schultzs is very close to that.I think one other resort plows out that way also.Havent been up there yet so not exactly sure.

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Yes Hunters Point along with Barnacles has roads out to both! Good luck, the bite has been slow for me out there last week. Did see the boys from Hunters out on the jug makin swiss cheese outta the break line!

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Does anyone know if there are any roads out to the 7 mile flats area out of garrison? Haven't been up there yet this year and was thinking about making a trip there this weekend. Any help would be appreciated!

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I think Terry's has roads out to these areas

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