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How much snow??

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How much snow is on the area lakes?? Thanks for any info.

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Lakes are covered in snow, respectively. Anywhere from a 1-4"+ or so. Depending on the wind factor... Seemed like every lake is different while snowmobiling over the weekend.

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How about in the woods. My Dad wants to go to the cabin this week near Dead lake. Can he drive in through the woods with 4 wheel drive? Thanks for any help.

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Should not be a problem. I don't think we have 6" of snow on the ground, except where it has drifted.

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I been going in and out to the shack all winter long about 10 east of ya with my front wheel drive Van, no problem

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Hi Nova,

The woods should not be a problem. I was out cutting wood with my ATV and trailer yesterday, and could go anywhere I wanted.

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Thanks Gissert, Dad is heading up this morning and I will be up next weekend I think. Gotta get some food out for the deer and turkeys...might hit one of the lakes for some panfish also, Oh yeah and pop a Yote or two. Appreciate the info.

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