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Where to launch for one last shot?

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I'm not willing to let go of open water until I get one last shot on the pond. I'd like to go out of Red Door but the harbor looks kind of, well, tough on the hull maybe.

That said, a resort would be my first choice but I'll hit a "public" if necessary. Departure time is ASAP. Fish the rest of today, tonight and as long as I can stay awake/human tomorrow.

Can anyone recommend a good drop point at this late date?

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Moose-Hunter Garrison Public Access is open. We might be there as well. Hit the rocks and go SLOW. I would not recommend that access if you are solo. It is rocky and the dock is out. Love your enthusiasm. Numbers are way down but if you work for it you will be rewarded with huge fish! Good Luck!

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Feathers Rainin

Looking to get out on the West or North side for one last go of it on Saturday. Anyone have suggestions on access points that are somewhat free of ice?


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Garrison public access just south of town was completly open as of this afternoon. I cant promise you it will be open on Saturday though. eek

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