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kosterguide

can anyne tell me is it travelble or is there to much slush and snow out there???????????????

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Matt Breuer

There are some spots where drifts have formed, and are tough to bust. For the most part Grace travel hasn't been horrible however.

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kosterguide

Matt do you know which landing they are using is it the nw on

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Quackaddict9

I only know there is one landing/access on Grace Lake unless you get through some private land. I have a cabin out there but have not fished this winter yet. Usually there is a plowed road that someone will have to their ice house but off travel would be tough with all the snow. Good Luck!

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Matt Breuer

Quack, compared to other lakes, it doesn't seem to be too bad...

koster, yeah, the public access...

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tjhookem

Any activity out on grace, quack?

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Quackaddict9

Any activity out on grace, quack?

No idea Hook...I moved out west a couple months ago. I am sure some local guys are out walking out there with their portables. I will have reports on the lake when I hit it this season!

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Quackaddict9

And watch out for water springs out there as well, found a new one last winter as I drove through with the snowmobile...started sinking til I looked back and realized I was in slush and thinner ice! S side of the lake...two of em. I don't have much knowledge on water springs- are they the same spots each year and etc.

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