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shadyzr

LAKE ACCESS AROUND PINE ISLAND FOR ATV'S

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A friend of mine told me that a good place to fish is out on the north side of Pine island this time of year. Just wondering if anyone has had luck fishing on the ice, out from the river inlet to the northwest?? The friend told me he would fish out in about 24-28ft., and then move in around 3:00 pm towards the island in 10-14ft. Wondering if anyone is having any luck in that general area?? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Does anyone know a place,(resort) to access the lake with a 4 wheeler??? <P>------------------<BR>"THE LANDING STRIP"

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iffwalleyes

You can get on at Morris Point Resort last I heard. I had heard that Adrian's had closed their road down for the year but maybe they are still letting ATV's out I don't know for sure. Give them a call to find out for sure. <P>------------------<BR>Grip it and Rip it<P>IFFWalleyes<BR>I Fish For Walleyes<BR>[email protected]

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Thanks for the come back IFFwalleyes. Are there any resorts close by around Wheelers Point or west that might have a place to plug electricity into a camper??? <P>------------------<BR>"THE LANDING STRIP"

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There might be. Go to <A HREF="http://www.lakeofthewoodsmn.com" TARGET=_blank>www.lakeofthewoodsmn.com</A> and look up the lodges and resorts page there are a bunch of phone numbers. I would just start calling them someone might have something availible.<P>------------------<BR>Grip it and Rip it<P>IFFWalleyes<BR>I Fish For Walleyes<BR>[email protected]

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I was in this area last week, and we loaded bombers at Wigwam ( about 200yds west of Adrians) the access at Adrians had turned awfully muddy. I have a report titled "last trip a success" a little farther back. 26' of water was good during the day, and at 500pm to dark the shallower bite in 16-17' turned on. Hope you have a successful trip. Good luck and hang on. Bill

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