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troutbreath

Long Lake Pine Springs Access?

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I have slowly been working my way around all of the lakes in the Twin Cities and have Long Lake in Pine Springs on my list of lakes to visit. The DNR lists an earthen access off of the road right-of-way on the North end of the lake. Has anyone launched a boat there? The DNR also lists the area as not having any parking. Any idea how far away from the right-of-way I would need to park?

Thanks.


Oh, and if you happen to know if there are any sunfish or bluegills in the lake, I wouldn’t mind knowing a little about that either.

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TRZ

I don't think you can launch there, i know the lake has some nicer gills, i used to fish the little lake on the other side of 36, but that is fished out now, too small to handle much pressure.

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troutbreath

Thanks TRZ,

The next few weeks are booked solid for me so I am not sure if I will be able to test the lake out any time soon. I'll have to take a drive and see what the right of way looks like.

Thanks again,

TB

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