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Rivernut

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Wondering how to get on the lake. Heading out there tomorrow, and just wondering about options of getting on the lake. Thanks

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People drive on off of sunset point, people also drive in off of hwy 8 in Center city.. and can also access the lake via the boat landing off of 285 st.

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Thanks Dietz, never been on it before. Thanks again.

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Hey, not a problem... Glad I was able to help.. Best of luck!

Its a good body of water, has just about anything a person would want.. points, rocks, deep water(deepest in the area.. 107 feet), plenty of shallow water too that holds fish.. Crappies, sunfish, walleye, pike..

The lake does have some pretty hard fishing pressure in some areas... but there is much of the lake which is untouched as well.

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Wondering how thick the ice is on So.Center.Always a little reluctant to drive the full size diesel on the ice.

Thanks,Walligator

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 Originally Posted By: walligator
Wondering how thick the ice is on So.Center.Always a little reluctant to drive the full size diesel on the ice.

Thanks,Walligator

I wouldn't worry about it. Was out there friday and there was 23"+ of good ice.

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    • smurfy
      if this is the lake I,m thinking about isn't the only access thru a farmers yard that owns a little meat processing plant?????? 
    • Net_Man
      We really need some new leadership handling regulations and a change on who they are obtaining input from. Find me one person that does not believe that Mille Lacs Lake is one of Minnesota's top 5 walleye destinations and yet it has the most screwed up regulations year after year for last 10 years or so.   Catch and release for walleyes? No problem. I can deal with catch and release but these closures I am sick and tired of. Give us back night fishing and surely give us back fall night fishing!   If you want to reduce hooking mortality then it should be done with some common sense regulations and not through closures.  I can't think of another lake that this type of logic of closures is being used to reduce hooking mortality.  Barbless hooks seems to be the most common attempt at other locations. No live bait is another common but more extreme method. Find me 1 person that would disagree with the effectiveness of reducing hooking mortality of these 2 methods. No, surely not is effective as every one sitting at home on their couch or out fishing on another lake.   I almost gave the DNR some credit last spring with the announcement of no live bait. Quite a ballsy move I thought but surely effective but then they caved................   I would like a honest conversation with the state of the walleye population in the lake. It surely has some holes in size structure which we can argue on what is to blame this on but it surely is loaded with walleyes.      
    • smurfy
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    • eyeguy 54
      north an hour on monday was about 15 to 20 inches. really weird drilling thru it.   
    • AlwaysFishing23
      Nothing open except the river in the LF area. Checked a small lake a few minutes from the house monday and was still 11-13 inches of ice. Was getting very honeycombed and melting quick. I would guess it shouldn't be too much longer if not far south things are opening.