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Hopefully somebody can give me an answer to this; Why is the shoreline still open North of Jeffery's landing? I'm curious because my place is on that shoreline and I'm trying to walk out from my door instead of driving to a launch.

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I've never heard of or dealt with any open water there before. Don't know what to tell ya.

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So where exactly are you on the lake? Jeffry's is on the East side of the lake and if you're on the side you won't have to worry.

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Ok well that'd be the east side of the lake however there isn't anything you'd have to worry about over there. There's a spring a few yards west of the access at Ike's and there's a spring in Jeffries where the little canal is and the obvious open water by the inlet and by the Yellow Lake Lodge. You'll be fine going out from Log Cabin Hollow.

Good luck and be safe.

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