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peltier pannies

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Just wondering if it is a waste of time. I see lots of cars on centerville. But earlier it was all about peltier. What happened, or didn't happen.

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i think the access is closed at peltier so im sure everyone just taking the easy route and going to centerville

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i am hopefully goin out there this weekend(for the first time on either lake)..any tips on either of 'em?

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Stay away from the crowds, that's where I've had my best luck. Good luck!

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WHy is the access closed on Peltier?

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The access isn't closed, I believe they're building a new bridge inbetween the two lakes on main street and the road to get there may be closed. I haven't been on peltier this year, just gone out of waterworks to get onto centerville, so I'm not sure if the road is closed before the access or not.

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you can get on the lake right past water works. small parking lot has axcess.

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