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Dennis Steele

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For the event on Pool 4,May 18th we will have our morning meeting (6:30 am)and do our weigh ins at Everets Resort.The have launch facilities for 7 bucks and bait, gas, beer/pop and snacks.They also have two cabins available if any one is interested in staying the weekend.
We will be meeting on the beach near the single ramp.

From Red Wing: Take Hwy 63 over Mississippi River channel north to Wisconsin. You will pass over two bridges. The first bridge (the larger of the two) crosses the main channel of the river. Turn left immediately after crossing the second and smaller of the two bridges. Mr.Sippi Bar will be on drivers left. Go to stop sign and go left onto County Road K. Go 1 mile to "Everts Resort" sign and turn left and continue down the hill to enter the resort.

From Wisconsin State Hwy. 35: Driving from North or South. Take County Road K to Everts resort sign. Turn left heading north, right heading south, and continue down the hill to enter resort.

If you are launching at the public access they are located just upstream from where the launch channel meets the main river.You can't miss them,lots of cabins on the right hand side heading upstream.

Everets ph# 715-792-2333
If you have any questions please feel free to ask them here or contact me.


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