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Woody1

Heading up to LOW tomorrow and wondering which ice roads are in the best condition. Any help would be appreciated. Also taking my two kids along and want to make trip as positive as possible, any one want to give up a general area to start or at least depth to fish? Thanks in advance!

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bturck

Woody: Are you looking to fish out of your own house or a resort house? In the Wheelers Point area Adrians resort maintains a road and there are several resorts that alos rent houses and will provide transportaion with the track vehicle to and from. With two kids along that might be a good option rather than runnin and gunnin on your own. Bill

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jgeatz

Have been going out of Morris point, About 28 to 26 feet doing pretty good, alot of small ones, should keep the kids busy. The road out is in good shape, Have got about 16 to 20 inches of snow so you should have 4 wheel drive to get off the main road. Should have fun good luck.

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Woody1

Bill,

Thanks for the response, We will be using our own, the kids are pretty easy going. Although, they are also spoiled on LOW fishing, the last couple of years have been so good. They don't care as much about the size as long as there is action.

Woody

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Woody1

jgeatz,

I did hear from another source that Morris was good, it's good to here it again. Thanks for the info, we will probably try Morris first and if no luck go to the Pine Island area. We appreciate the help.

Woody

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Milkdud

Woody how did you and the kids do at Morris Point?

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