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night bite

Does anyone know if any resorts are letting 1\2 ton trucks and houses out on the north - north east side

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Dragon Fish ll

I think I read on the Red Door report that they are.I read it on the other forum but should be on there site. posted on the 15 th. Im going up in the morning on southwest side for 24 and they said I can drive out to shack. 1/2 ton grin

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Ryan_V

Hoping my shack gets pulled this weekend, that said, i'll be leaving my truck (3/4 ton diesel) on shore! Have a wheeler, might as well stay safe and use it!

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ryan fritz

red door is letting trucks on the lake,but not very

far out. i am renting a house threw them this weekend

and called them yesterday and they said driving was no problem.

15 inces where they are at. they also said fishing has been

really good where they are. give them a call they can help

you out

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shadrapla

i heard that 2 guys broke thur ice last night they were at barnaches area they walk not atv or truck so be careful

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Harmonica Bear

It wasn't Barnacles where that happened just to set the record straight. Here is driect quote from Barnacles:

"Hey guys...For all of you calling up asking about the rumors of a truck going in lake and if things are safe...this is for you! Yes, a truck did go in...however, they did not go out of our resort and were driving obviously in an area we have advised unsafe! The ice is good 14 inches out of our place! If you stay within the advised area you will be fine! People are still doing great fishing catching perch and walleye! Hope everyone has a great rest of week!"

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