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03-19-2016 07:28 PM
Zman It is supposwd to overnight for there...I was just looking...
03-19-2016 07:27 PM
walleye seeker the wind doesn't stop out there, it just changes speed
03-19-2016 05:54 PM
andy82hoyt Will the wind just stop. It's been a great trip so far having a weekend away from the house camping and fishing. We did manage a small catfish from the boat ramp area, so far. CR 10 was in great shape, but then again it's my first time driving it.


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03-18-2016 09:42 AM
lvrider that infamous mud has kept me from exploring it on the hobies myself. i dont like getting stuck.
03-17-2016 10:48 PM
tl1000r when it rains out there you dont want to be towing. slick mud can get deep in spots.
03-17-2016 07:12 PM
Dave M
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Originally Posted by dallasdb View Post
So that's why you have no problem driving 5-8 hours to go fishing all the time... you're used to it!
Peep my old lunchtime chronicles reports on here...

I used to hAve a granby route and would fish all the time
03-17-2016 06:28 PM
koldkut I'd roll north to highway 94 by way of Marksheffell and then head east on 94 til you get to 71. take that south til you get to Ordway, turn back east just as you cross over the railroad tracks. take that to the lake...
03-17-2016 05:35 PM
redleader I came in after dark one time, spent the whole weekend there, fishing was good but I was screwed up the whole time, eyes watering, sneezing, etc. (I have severe hay fever) when we left the lake I noticed upwind they were baling up Alfalfa.
03-17-2016 04:53 PM
dallasdb
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i know as a trucker
So that's why you have no problem driving 5-8 hours to go fishing all the time... you're used to it!
03-17-2016 04:02 PM
walleye seeker keep in mind that the dirt roads out there are clay and get slick as snot when wet, even 4WD might not help. I won't say how I know
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