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Isle access usable??

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Just wondering if the Isle access is safe to use right now with the low water. If not, what access in the South/East side would you recommend? I have a 17ft crestliner.

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best access around right now. wink.gif

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Be carefull backing straight out from dock. Make sure you are trimmed up as much as possible. I smacked something awful hard straight out from dock 2 weekends ago.

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At Hunter Winfield's, we've extended our access ramp twelve feet. There is plenty of room for 24 footers or more, and it gets deep quickly, so backing up hasn't been a problem. We are right in Isle and offer lake access, cabins, slips and a new Gas pump on the permanent docks. For more information contact us at info@hunterwinfields.com

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