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How would the travel be with a fourwheeler right now. I haven't been home for exactly four weeks and I was wondering if some of this warm weather we have, has made it alright for fourwheeler travel. As always I have the snowmobiles, but if I can sneak the wheeler out there I will do that too.

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Can't wait, only about 36 hours left!!!

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Hey TL,

I was out around Stubbs, Olson... a couple days ago. In most areas the snow was packed down pretty hard. I was on a sled, but would think the atv travel would have been fine in that direction.

RD

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When you coming back T.L. if you fish this side I'll go out with you. Give me a call. M.C. \:\)

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I have been using my ATV on the North Arm. So far so good. Some deeper drifts but I haven't got stuck in any yet.

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John, what's the snow pack like around there. We're coming in March and last year there wasn't much snow to lube the tracks. I always bring wheels along in case I should need to switch out.

I don't think lack of snow will be an issue this year but when it starts to melt and refreeze it can make the snow lubrication an issue. Any report you have would be appreciated.

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Thanks for the input guys, I will try to sneak the fourwheeler out.

Koochfishermen,

I will be back up tomorrow afternoon, probably around 3:00 or so. Parker and I are going to head down to Birchdale to try for some walleyes as soon as we get back into town. If you want to go we will probably leave IFalls around 3:30. I will give you a call later.

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HI U.G.,

EXCELLENT CONDITIONS FOR A SNOWMOBILE, LEAVE 4 WHEELERS AT HOME.

SINCERELY,

FSIHMEISTER

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