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Puliing my house up this sunday to fish for a couple of days wondering about snow depths and if ill get stuck if i wander off the trails

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From what I've read the last week on the forum I would think off road travel as you indicated is going to be tough. The biggest problem will probably be getting over the roadside berms for sure. I would call ahead to the resort you are going out of and see if they would be willing to plow you a road of the main highway for set up. Good luck and hang on. Bill

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There are lots of spots to get off the road if you look for them or talk to the folks at Adrians about knocking you out a spot when you buy your road pass.

Please don't drill right on the main road as it will flood the road out and don't be like the genius who set up in the middle of the driveway to my house last year. Not sure what the thought process was there.

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