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Hey B-Side Boys

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Calling all Ely-ites. I will be with a friend camping on Burntside after returning from LOTW on the 5th & 6th of June. Most likely on Du Nord Point or another of the sites on the North Arm. However I am thinking of spending the nights on the Twins, fishing B-side during the day while trying the panfish action in the morning & evening up there.

Is the Dead Rvr. navigate able for a 14 footer 30hp?

At this time, what depths should I be checking first for Lakers?

Any thoughts will be appreciated!

If you see a 'Lumacraft 14' or a camp in these areas with a blue dome tent & green tarp strung up please stop by for a cannonball.

Later- CLoma

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Yep, Dead River should be okay, some guys had taken a large boat with a 90 on it and didn't have a problem. Burntside is almost as high as it was last spring thanks to the rain last week. Surface temp is about 54-55 degrees, not sure what it is at 12 feet, but will be checking it out within the next few days. Anything below 10 feet should still be cold enough for trout.

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