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Resort Bridges

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How long are these resort bridges going to hold up? In particular, Red Door and Rocky Reef.

 

I'd really like to make a trip to the flats Friday in my truck. It'll be the last of the season if it works out. After that, I'll be dragging to the first break.

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Best to go to their webpage and ask them.

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BassThumb, 

 As of yesterday Rocky Reef said it will be no problem for this coming weekend.. 28" where they have their houses and 32" on the ice roads... I am heading out of Rocky Reef on Friday so hopefully all is well... 

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Myr Mar will be open, too. 

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Just spoke to Nitti's, roads open, bridges still functioning.  Pulling the house after Sunday though.

 

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