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DonBo

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DonBo

Was thinkin about fishing out from the VFW today, where do you access the lake?

Any recent reports?

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UdeLakeTom

The Blue Ribbon Bait fellows were saying the crappies are in shallow..they had a good night Friday. My son-in-law and grandson were in 18-20fow and didn't have any luck.

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Jordyn Kaufer

i'm heading out there tonight also!!

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metrojoe

I haven't driven out that way in a few years, but there always was an access right next to the VFW.

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payton34

BOTH ACCESS ARE SOLID ICE GOING OUT NO PROBLEM COME OUT YOU GOT TO HIT IT HARD OR YOU JUST SPIN

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BoxMN

The access right out from Kawolskis is glare ice. Be careful if using that one. I was drving by last night (not fishing) and had to pull a guy up the hill/access. I got out to talk to him prior to hooking up, and I slide ALL the way down the hill on my feet. NO traction at all. Pretty funny, as long as you aren't the one with the truck against the post, I spose.

You can also access the north end via Ramsey beech or the city access.

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payton34

OR THE BELLAIR ACCESS WITCH IS FINE ALSO

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