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MIKE IN lINO III

This weekend ???

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I'm planning on spending a long weekend at the Cabin (Grand Rapids area) I want to make a run to URL either Friday or Saturday.

It will be a day trip with the wife coming to URL for the first time.

How far out do we need to go to start looking for Crappies?

Which road would be best?

I plan on bringing a portable, sled and 4-wheeler so I can do some running and gunning.

Any input would be welcome.

Thanks,

Mike

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I can only tell you what I know and that is Hillman's road from 3-8 miles and everwhere in between. Sounds like the tough bite is picking up a bit lately. Keep moving until you find some activie fish. If you have a lot of lookers mark the spot and come back later if you haven't found more cooperative fish.

Good Luck!

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