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Is there any decent roads to use around garrison, if so how far out would I need to drive to get into some eyes

Thanks

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DRH1175

Just talked to a guy at work who was out this last weekend of Garrison Sports only about 1 mile and did really well on the edge of a flat. Missed a 9 or 10 pounder and caught many others. Not sure how far out you can go from there only sure that he did really well. He is taking of work tomorrow to head up there again for the weekend.

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Roosterslayer05

IF Guide- I have a ice house that we put out of garrison every year. There is a big pressure ridge every year across garrison bay. When i was up there the monday and tuesday before new years we got our house out to the shorline break and caught 1 walleye monday night. They usually dont put the bridge over the crack until later when the ice around it gets nice and thick. With this cold weather we have been having the last week I would think theyd have the bridge out by this weekend if they already dont have it out. You should call Garrison sports and find out before you go. If you can get past the crack you can fish the garrison reef. Thats where we put our house later in the year and we always do well on perch and walleye. They also plow roads to the mudflats. Myr-Mar flat is usually preaty good. If you fish the reef you can sit on top in 8-10 feet and catch walleyes in the morning/evning. Or you can fish the edges in 16-21 feet and catch walleyes and perch. The whole reef holds fish.

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FI Guide

Thanks, im heading up today. Let you know how I do

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wackawalleye

Twin Pines_has roads and bridged out to the banana, sliver, humps,5&8 mile.

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