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Medicine Lake boat slip

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Would anyone know of any boat slips for rent on Medicine Lake? Like to fish the lake but hate to deal with the public access. Thanks.

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Harty's has slips, but I don't know if he has any openings.

Here's his website: http://hartysboatworks.com/

Btw, the public launch isn't really that bad. It only gets bad on the weekend after 11am.

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Thank you for the info. Will give them a call. And yes, you are correct about the access being ok before 11:00 am but unfortunately I usually can't be to the lake before afternoon. Thanks again.

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How much is the fee to launch at the public access?

Do you need to buy a park pass?

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$5 parking fee for vehicle with boat trailer, no park pass any longer.

Park closes at dark and they will ticket you after closing, so virtually no night fishing, unless you move your vehicle out of the park until morning, or have a private or rented slip elsewhere on the lake.

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There is a yearly park pass, it's $30.

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There is only a parking fee/pass for parking in the boat trailer area.

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