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Author Topic: Wanting to join or start a new club in the Grayling area.  (Read 17 times)

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kelly6650

Wanting to join or start a new club in the Grayling area.
« on: February 04, 2020, 08:15:56 AM »

Hello everyone. I am a new poster to this site but have been following along for about 6 months or so. I want to join a bass club or start one in the grayling area. There are three great lakes with in 30 miles of Grayling and that is not counting all the smaller lakes with bass in them. The three lakes I am talking about are Higgins lake, the northern dock is 5 miles from my front door. I haven't been on that lake yet but by how deep it is it reminds me if the canyon res. we fished in Idaho. Then there is Houghton lake that is 35 minutes away I put my boat in there last fall when I bought it. It is a pretty lake but intima dating because I have never fished a lake that shallow before. Then there is lake Saint Hellen. I have just read about that lake so far. I will be checking it out this spring.  I moved here from Idaho in 2015 and bought a boat last year because no one would take me  fishing. I use a wheelchair most of the time. Don't think that slows me down. During the winter months I pour my own baits so I don't go crazy with cabin fever. During the summer I have gardens and I am going to do some fence work this year so I can raise some pigs and my wife can get her horse. I bought a 1990 Ranger 393V comanche, 20 feet long with a 200 horse Johnson outboard. I am going to re-carpet it this year and put a new trolling motor on it. It has a hot foot throttle that I need to get used to. It was hard to get on plan so I mist be using it wrong. Ok so anybody in the Grayling area that wants to get together and talk about out favorite fish, maybe pour some baits, or just talk about the Michigan outdoors, get ahold of me and I will put the coffee on.

Thank you for your time and consideration. Kelly

Have a great day and better tomorrow.
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