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Is Coville Park Open????

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Just woundering is the coville park is open yet or not. The crowds could be big on saturday looking to avoid some agrivation. Thanks for any info.

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Colville is open, I drove past there tonight.

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Just to let everyone know, Coville boat landing is still closed. They are going to fix it up this spring.

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What about the first landing on the left as you come into the park? I believe they are fixing the 1 by the marina. How does baypoint look?

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I would like to know too. I would like to drive down this weekend to get the boat wet. smile.gif If the little access is closed, what would be a good alternative?

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Baypoint might be open otherwise Wisconsin access (free) over the bridge just watch out out for the wing dam crossing the river just north of the access. Everts is a great place to launch but it does have a $7 fee. Positive side to that is you can get update to the date info on the bite from Dean that can really make a difference.

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Tuesday March 20 access report. Colville is under construction, doesn't matter as it is iced in anyways. The small upper ramp has been open for several weeks. Baypoint is still iced in. Everetts is your best option if you want to fish the dam. Nice ramps and docks unlike the government landing which doesn't have docks. Also provides up to date reports.

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