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Granger Lake #13201750 07/02/19 12:33 AM
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Anybody fish Granger on a regular basis? For the life of me I cannot find the entrance to the channel to go up the river.

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Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13203319 07/03/19 12:25 PM
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Put in at Taylor Park and head towards the timber. Channel will be on the left side of that timber. If that fails, try a map.

Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13203778 07/03/19 06:09 PM
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So my little Jon boat can go straight thru, instead of going down channel on right side and coming back across?

Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13204214 07/04/19 01:47 AM
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As long as your not driving like a maniac, absolutely. I go through it all the time in my 15 foot metal boat.

Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13204755 07/04/19 04:53 PM
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Oh no, we would just put put through there, thank you!!

Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13205764 07/05/19 09:17 PM
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the channel is not on te left side and never has been. After the last flood it silted in the actual channel and it moved. It is now on the far right. If you try to go thru the channel I suggest follow someone, or dont try it

Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13206183 07/06/19 12:51 PM
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I guess I canít comment on exactly what side itís on. All I know is I fish granger pretty regular, and I never see anybody going right to go up the river. Everyone I see goes left, and theyíre normally moving at a pretty good clip through that left side.

Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13206497 07/06/19 08:26 PM
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Little 9.9 Mercury four stroke had oil pump go out, good thing for limp mode. Iíll never get another four stroke again. Iíll stick with a good old two stroke, mix your gas and go. Iím a mechanic and can fix it but the pump should last the life of the engine, no more of a crankcase with oil pan for me on a boat. Itíll be a little bit before I choose to risk the left side or enter the channel on the right side.

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on te granger website Zac made a video of going up the river and the route to take

Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13210375 07/10/19 05:18 PM
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I remember someone has posted this on YouTube many years ago it might help.

Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13210862 07/10/19 11:41 PM
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I found one video, Iíll check it out, thank you. Boat is still down.

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