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Road to Arnesons Reefs?

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Which acces can we use to get to Arnesons reefs, 12 or 16 mile reefs or just west of Gull Rock. Dont mind paying access fees if thats the case. I hear Babblers road has a nice detour but I dont mind a longer ride, also where is Babblers access ponit at exactly?. I have never fished this area before, mainly around zipple bay area so this is new grounds for me. Any help greatly appreciated! cool.gif

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To get to all of those areas you have to use Babblers Access. He is located just before Arneson's Rocky Point Resort. He is on the Right hand side, he as a sign posted there. His access fee is $5.00.

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thanks for the reply, we are headed out in the morning, and hopefully we can catch some fish. will post report when we return.

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