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Old 03-27-2005, 11:07 AM
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I happen to live in the interlakes area which Bridge lake is part of. There are literally 100's of lake up here,some with cabins and some with forestry rec. sites. We live at Deka lake and it's only a short trip(through crown land) to many other lakes. If you get a chance to come up here for a fishing or camping trip,i'd say go for it,you may never go back,i didn't.
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Old 03-27-2005, 11:12 AM
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Hey Growley --your suppoesed to tell them its awefull with moskitoes the size of houses ! That way you keep it all to yourself for longer !




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Old 03-28-2005, 05:59 AM
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quote:Originally posted by Growly Gorilla

I happen to live in the interlakes area which Bridge lake is part of. There are literally 100's of lake up here,some with cabins and some with forestry rec. sites. We live at Deka lake and it's only a short trip(through crown land) to many other lakes. If you get a chance to come up here for a fishing or camping trip,i'd say go for it,you may never go back,i didn't.
Ha!...same thing happened to me, came for a visit, stayed.





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It's beautiful up there. We went to twin lakes( about 10km down the road from bridge lake (off of machette lake road) hunting. scored a immature moose and saw lots of wildlife. great country up there

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Old 04-14-2005, 10:18 AM
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We use to camp up at Sheraton lake which is not far from Bridge Lake and its awesome up there , was also into Deka lake and hederson lake and jeeper the bugs were bad up there but its worth the enjoyment of the area

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not too bad for bugs the last few years as it's been so dry.







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good camping up there?

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when I was there the mosquitos and horse flies were brutal
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Old 05-04-2005, 04:28 AM
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It's all relative, when the mosquitoes start stealing your tools, thats a bad year for bugs. This year, not so bad.




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