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riverrattwo

pokegama access closing?

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i heard a rumor about Mitchell's Landing may close their lake access to ice fisherman.becuase lots of people driving to fast through the parking lot,and no one will even stop in.so please slow down so we can keep using it.and at least stop and say thank you.

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Although this resort has fairly new owners, all this resort has ever asked is for fisherman to obey the speed limit, and stop in for a beverage or a bite to eat after fishing.

Sounds fair to me.

BYW, they have a full bar and great food!

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Agreed. That is pretty lame that people can't exercise a couple common courtesies when a private party is granting access to the lake.

Like Uncle Bill said, it's a nice little joint, and a burger and a beverage would be a great way to top the day off. Otherwise, use one of the public accesses.

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or stop and just flip them a $5

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