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Brown's Bay Tonka access tune-up

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A friend and I plan to tackle the Brown's Bay ice access (off hwy 12) before ice-up. Hope to smooth it out and improve the slope for driving access to the ice, maybe move a few of those slabs a bit. My truck doesn't have very good clearance and if you've been wondering who left all that green paint on the rocks, well, wonder no more. Probably not that big a job, and many hands make light work. Anybody else want to pitch in, maybe suggest a date?

ice

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You might want to check with the city fathers before you start messing around doing anything to the lake shore!

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yeah, good point. But not good enough...I'm not planning anything grand, so I guess this will be one of those "better to apologize than ask permission". Actually I was hoping mainly to meet some of the anglers on that lake and pump them for info. You guys can take up a collection to go my bail if I get jugged for it.

ice

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I fished Brown's bay about 4 yrs. ago. quite heavily, I usually drove a Suzuki Swift, boy what a ride that was. Getting up that hill was not easy. To make it more interesting I had my fish house strapped to the top, home made 4x8 when it was dark, my house had a very lit up look to it red and white. It was scary getting off the lake, had to make sure no one was coming, never could tell how far I was going to be launched. big crappies though. I usually fished 12-15 ft. of water. somewhat in the middle of the bay.
I could possibly help out, however, I do not want to about it illegally.

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I'll check with the authorities. Would that be Wayzata, or the Lake Minnetonka Conservation District, or Carl Pohlad, or Al Lindner? Anybody have any idea?

ice

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