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ethan77

8mile and 5mile roads?

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ethan77

Which resorts on the east side have roads to these spots? Going to be going there on sunday and have not been there for a few years and I cannot for the life of me remeber who has these roads... I think... think liberty was one of them.. also has anyone driven a full size truck to these

areas yet... or should I bring a snowmobile? anyhelp would be appreciated guys.... thank you for your help.

also... depending on the ice ... will they let you bring your own pull behin out there?? Kinda want to bring my permenant out there to use and try to sell...

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Riverratpete

Fished out of Liberty Beach on Sat, they have roads all the way out to 2 mile with 1 bridge. I only went out to 1 mile and put up the portable. I do drive a full size truck - no problem.

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any luck at 2 mile... was hoping to hit 27-30 feet of water.. sounds like that is the key out there

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wackawalleye

roads to the 5 & 8 mile, banana, humps, rocks and sliver out of Twin Pines. No open cracks to jump.

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ethan77

not to familiar with the twin pines... can you tell me directions from the east side of the lake?? Hunters point area

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Cast N Blast

Twin Pines is located on the west side of the lake in St. Alban's bay. Right on 169. You'd have to drive around to the other side of the lake from hunter's to get there. I would think you can drive out from the east side by now provided the ice is safe?!?!?!

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