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> Gravenhurst, Gull lake park.
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Posted: Feb 08, 2018 - 08:55 am


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Was thinking about not walking 5 km on simcoe tomorrow and going somewhere relatively easy to park and walk. Do people fish out of that park in the winter ? I work in muskoka all summer but only head up one or twice a year to fish lake of bays or Joe. I figure this might be a fairly used access and packed down a bit for walking. Any depth if I walk across to the rock face ....is the ice ###### or slushy ? Am I wasting my time lol. I'll have a buddy coming out to meet me so I but thought this might be easy and a place where he won't have to worry a out parking by the time he gets there.

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Posted: Feb 08, 2018 - 09:36 pm


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I live in town and never see anyone fishing Gull Lake out from the park. Maybe elsewhere on the lake? But, ya never know. It does drop off a fair bit off the rock face. I would think you'd be better off walking out onto Muskoka.

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Posted: Feb 08, 2018 - 10:30 pm


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Ya I thought it might be a bad lake to fish lol ... looks like we're just hitting simcoe again and waiting a bit for Joe to open.

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Posted: Feb 09, 2018 - 10:28 am


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There was a hut out a few days ago. And a few sled tracks leaving the park. I keep meaning to try it out myself but haven't yet. I usually see people fishing on Gull on the east side of 11, if anywhere. But that's a long walk from Gravenhurst Park.


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