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Seton on Minnetonka

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Anyone know how to get on Seton driving without driving through a channel?

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It's impossible to not drive through a channel to get out on seaton. Your safest bet is probably through Black Lake. As always, check the ice before you go. Currents change daily and you just never know. Personally, I'd park on the street there and hoof it. It's not that far.

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Thats what I figured. I was hoping though and i don't drive through channels or under bridges.

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drove threw the channel from black lake last week with a 3/4 ton truck no problems

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I live nearby, see vehicles out there daily. They drive out from Black Lake.

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What do people catch there?

Northerns and panfish I take it?

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small panfish. if you want to pick through them its ok. i wouldnt reccomend it as i got sick of catching 5 inchers.

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