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low help

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wondering if anyone has info for low been out of state for 12 years taking wife & 2 boys up over the 16th - 20th hve not been on the big water for long time any suggestions on where to go? taking sleeper house. any info would be great thanks

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Check out our LOTW regional forum. Browse thru some recent reports there and find a post a page or 2 back titled 'things to do on the big pond'....That post has info on the various accesss points along the US side of the lake.

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I suggest to go to Zippel and ask at the desk where to go out on the lake. The corner of Jackfish and Main street have been doing good. You will be in about 30+ water. The roads are always plowed and if you need a spot to pull off in they will help. There is not a lot of snow on the lake so you may not need help.

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