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Iceman1026

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Ok how many guys pull there own wheel house up there where do you get on the lake ? I heard you can pay to use roads if you do that do they help you out at all like if it snows alot will they plow you out or do they just plow the road ? Any info would be great.

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Beast26

Yes, yes, yes and yes

We started pulling our own up about two years ago. We have used both Adrians and Zipple. They do plow the roads and help you out if it snows. Both places plow slips off of the plowed road so you can back the house in and get away from the main road. When you drive on just buy a road pass for the days you plan on using the roads. At Adrians I believe it was 8 bucks a day. Also, make sure you write down the phone number of the resort your using when you go out incase you do need some help.

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Iceman1026

Sounds good thanks witch one would you suggest to go out off is one better than the other?

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rustysetter

Iceman,

I can only share my experiences at Zipple because it's the only place I've went thru, they do a great job and are very helpful, with fishing spot recommendations, there guy's are always willing to help even help with repairs. I'm sure the others do great too.

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Iceman1026

Thanks any other experiences from other places would be great

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