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mattkimk

Grindstaone Snow?

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Anybody know if there are any plowed roads on Grindstone? Want to head out Tuesday for the day but snow may make that difficult.

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If there is a road plowed it will be all snow after this storm and you will not find it. I would bring the sled with you.

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Only have the wheeler. That might make it though.

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I doubt a wheeler is going to make it through after the snow we are expecting in the next couple days.

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mattkimk, I'm just guessing here, that'll be after the shack removal date so after this weeks storm I'd have doubts about any roads being plowed.

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Good point. Boy it is going to be fun pulling the Otter out through the snow. Oh well, the fishing will make it worth it. I Hope.

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Once you taste a laker fresh off the grill then you KNOW it was worth it!!!

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