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Lake limestone #13279122 09/12/19 11:44 PM
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Can anyone give me some tips on running on limestone? I know its loaded with stumps.

Re: Lake limestone [Re: JoshT254] #13279180 09/13/19 01:04 AM
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Run the middle of the lake from bridge to dam. Don't run any shorelines, and be sure to stay in the middle. Most of the stump lines are pretty visible right now. The arms are safest to idle if you don't have someone to follow.

Re: Lake limestone [Re: JoshT254] #13279253 09/13/19 01:59 AM
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Thanks. Ive been on it once and i seemed to find stumps everywhere on the jewett side.

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If you use the ramp at the dam and are heading North you are good to take off, but if you head west then I would take it slow. There is more open water then what I have put on here, its just a little tough to describe in a posting.

Re: Lake limestone [Re: JoshT254] #13283457 09/17/19 10:25 AM
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Did you fish Limestone? Any trouble running the lake, catch any fish?

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