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thedeadsea    1
thedeadsea

Can you drive up to Ojibway lake or do you need to park on the Fernberg?

If you can get in, have people been driving on the ice with trucks?

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Steve Foss    0
Steve Foss

If you don't get any info here, Steve (Ojibway doesn't get hit much in winter), call Red Rock Wilderness Store. They are right across the Fernberg from Ojibway, and Joe likely will know.

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Mike Stark    41
Mike Stark

im not positive...but i think that when i drove by i saw folks parking right off the fernberg...it looked like there were snow banks blocking the entrance to the road.

im driving out to moose lake tomorrow morning to pick up a group and could take a closer look for ya if you wanted.

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Steve Foss    0
Steve Foss

Mike, please do. I'm interested myself. It's been a few years since I hit Ojibway.

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thedeadsea    1
thedeadsea

Thanks guys. Would appreciate that Mike.

(Steve, got your msg earlier but it was too late to call RR).

Good luck guys, Steve we may see you tomorrow.

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Steve Foss    0
Steve Foss

Steve we may see you tomorrow.

I won't be on the ice anywhere tomorrow. Other fish to fry. smilesmile

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thedeadsea    1
thedeadsea

Must be mighty big fish to give up a Saturday in March. wink

Best of luck.

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Mike Stark    41
Mike Stark

im heading there in an hour...ill let you guys know what i see.

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Mike Stark    41
Mike Stark

what it looked like to me while driving by was that only snowmobile/atv had drivin all the way down the road. there was a place to park off the fernberg.

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thedeadsea    1
thedeadsea

Thanks.

Now the debate in my mind: load up the sled and give it a try or go to Bside and try out the new spot I found this afternoon......

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