We examined the depth maps, wind direction, water flow, snowmobile trail and any notes worth consideration available on the interweb and found a spot very much to our liking. It even included an Adirondack lean-to.
The destination chosen provided both good fishing reports and the wilderness experience we were after.
Upon arrival, I was expecting to pull my sled 2 hours into camp over a foot of light powder snow but instead sat down comfortably in a sled pulled by a SnowDog Machine and held the rope of my third sled that got pulled behind with ease.
A friend had purchased the SnowDog for both work and pleasure. He explained that it’s a fraction of the price of a snowmobile, doesn’t need to be registered or insured and can be picked…
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