yup, I took a trip up to the indian river area summer before last, rented a cabin in topinabee and spent a couple days on burt, mullet, and lake huron.FISHINSUX said:I realize this original post is about 5 years old, but I know the river still exists. Does anyone ever get up that way? Just throwin' it out. plus, I am new to this site and found this thread, thot I'd ask. I grew up in this area and know a fair amount for a fudgy.
SPEAKING OF SOLO. I spent a weekend up there by myself on my Senza. No cabin or cover. Just an enclosed bow and a sleeping bag. I was bored as chit with LSC and decided to drive up friday at about 4pm after work. I stopped home, grabbed a duffel bag and off I went. Nobody wanted to go! I launched at the landings, stayed the night on the gas dock. Next morning was fishing by 6 am at burt, just north of the Indian river entrance. 3 walleye that morning. Made for a great dinner that night. which I spent on pickeral lake anchored. The trip was great, met a few people at the sand bar on burt, then went the rest of the way west in the afternoon to anchor for the night. Trip was great until i woke up to thunderstorms, and torrential down pours with visibility at about zero. Made it to the clam river. Had breakfast with the lock atendee then made my way back to the landings with no canvas, no rain gear and no dry towels or close left! But hey, It was a fun spontaneous trip!UP_ROKTOY said:I agree with sun98, its one of my favorite places to boat, solo, or with a group.
Stevem_GR said:Now that I am back from spring break, it is time to start planning for the summer vacation. Does anyone have any good suggestion on where to stay around Indian Rivers? I would like to stay on the river or one of the lakes so we don't have to pull the boats every night.
No Kidding, it's still there.....too cool! Well, depending on the shape it's in, used to be kinda decent in the 80's.T & A Near said:The Pinehurst is still there - just a bar know.