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Guest

I fish on rush quite a bit and was wondering where the A-frame is.

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Deitz Dittrich

I think when most people are talking about the -A- frame, they are talking Chisago.. not rush... I could be wrong.

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CorynTracySellHomes

Are you talking about the A frame on West Rush? If so, that is just South of the boat access on the very first point! Hope this helps you out!

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Swill

The "A" frame is a icehouse on Chisago just north of the eagles nest about 1/4 mile.


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Guest

Thanks Swill, that should put him on the spot. As Long As He Knows Where The Eagles Nest Is! ROFLMAO

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metrojoe

The A-frame is a house located on the east shoreline of Chisago just before you go through the narrows that lead into the southern bays. When there is snow there is usually a road plowed right out to it from the access in town.

Great spot to throw out a tip-up and catch panfish also. The panfish seem to constantly be on the move, but they don't go far. Find a spot where the panfish are biting and pop a half dozen holes or so in the area. When one hole cools off move to another, and so on.

[This message has been edited by metrojoe (edited 01-23-2003).]

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Swill
grin.gif Sorry about that!!!

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