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Mud or Rocks ?

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Going to be coming up on thurday for the weekend, was wondering if I should fish the mud or rocks. Have done better on the mud befor, but have read lots of reports on the rocks that are doing good. What depths are producing more? Also should I bring me 3 wheeler to get out to the mud or are there roads with bridges over the ice heaves. Any info would be great. Thanks

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Simon M.

Well from the sound of everything I think you should be just fine fishing the mud flats. I would bring your 3-wheeler and try and get out to 8 or 9 mile flat(s). make sure that if you go out of the west side that you check with a resort such as terry's before driving your truck out that far. If you end up fishing the rocks it also sounds like fish are being caught. good luck!

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willie

Are you able to drive out to 8 mile with a Truck out of Terrys? Or at least to Seguchies flat?

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Simon M.

I would stop in and ask at Terry's. I have not driven my truck out there yet but I want to on Saturday when I get up there.

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Snap Jigger, I called them and they said there are driving out there. Once you get over the first heave its ok all the way out. I will be out there with a green Tahoe and a fish trap voyager, stop and say hi.

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Simon M.

Willie, thanks for the invite. if you see a Blue 10X14 permanant. With a Black Sierra Denali (the pick-up) parked around swing in and get a report. Good Luck smile.gif

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wackawalleye

Twin_pines has roads to the rocks, sliver, humps banana, 5 and 8 mile.

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