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THINKING ABOUT GOING THERE IN MARCH WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE HAS BEEN THERE IS FISHING AND HOW THERE ICE HOUSES ARE AND IF THEY DO A GOOD JOB OF KEEPING YOU ON THE FISH. I GUESS THE CAMP IS 8 MILES UP THE RIVER FROM LOW AND I WAS WONDERING DO YOU JUMP ON THE RIVER AT THE RESORT AND DRIVE OUT OR DO YOU DRIVE TO TOWN THEN OUT? OBVIOUSLY i'VE NEVER BEEN TO LOW BEFORE AND AM LOOKING FWD TO IT.HOW FAR OUT DO MOST FISH IN EARLY MARCH?THANKS

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shamrock7

They had about 8 of their houses out off Morris Point about 5.5 miles out. I didn't look into their houses but they look to be newer from the outside. I talked to one of their guys and he was very friendly and they seemed to move the house for each new group of customers. I don't know if they have more houses off Adrian road. Doesn't really matter where the houses are at, you should have a great time.

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I fished out of ship wheel in january. Very nice people and we haad no problem catching fish. Someone checked on us in the morning and left us alone the rest of the day. From what I know he only had the 8 houses which were ok houses. Perfect houses to fish out of. We were out of morris point in 34 foot of water about 3 miles out. That was mid january.

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