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SXViper

How much snow?

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I am thinking of bringing my house up Jan 14. I was wondering if a guy could still move around out there to get the house off the roads? We are staying up at LOW but if the fishing stays good we may leave the house on Red. Thanks in advance for any help. Also where would I find Kelly or Buddy on that Friday afternoon to find out where the fish are biting. Thanks again fellas for all the wonderful info and the great general conversations, it keeps me comin back everyday. If we end up at the W W I would sure like to meet some of the IBOTS and maybe become one myself. Just let me know what the new ritual is.

Thanks

Brian grin.gif

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LABS4ME

"new ritual"? sorry... same ol' ritual... CLAMP! crazy.gif and buy a big round of drinks! grin.gif

Good Luck!

Ken

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SXViper

ANyone up this weekend?

Can you tell me how much snow there is?

Also how to find Kelly or Buddy when I get there.

Thanks in advance

Brian

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snowgoose

SX

I waw there this weekend pulling a 14 foot house. I had no problems getting off the road. Watch for snow drifts and you will be fine.

Good Luck!

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RonZych

4 miles out anywhere. There is a line of houses out that far.

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We are on the lake most of the day so the best time to call is before 9:00 AM or after 8:00 PM. E-mailing is easier.

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218-647-8652

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bigV

we are staying at Hudecs tomarrow pm and wondered if we could drive x-country to Agassiz/Hillman area? They said probably not and they just had snow in the last day or so. My guys at Agassiz said you could drive around pretty easy but that was a couple days ago???

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Stud

Snow wasn't to bad. I was out Sat and we could move pretty much where-ever we wanted to. I don't think you have to go to far though we caught crappies everywhere we went.

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