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Trail Report – : Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin – January 9, 2023

Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 6-10"
Date of Report: January 9, 2023

Snowmobile Information:

I will rate our Northern Hornshoe Trails at good, to the shady side of excellent yet. Yesterday was choppily on 17 due to the groomer being benched for the Saturday run. Thanks to George for the quick repair to the stem bolts. We Hornshoed the trails back in place last night. Groomer Mike reported more gravel showing up in the Powell marsh so watch the grade just south of the bridge to the tree line north. There were a lot of bumps from Mattke Road to East Boundary on 17, those should be good this morning. Lakes are marked, except Fence. Moss is good. The bigger lakes, ( Flambeau, Pokegema, Long Interlaken, Crawling Stone) are all getting a lot of traffic, so the slush spots are now frozen solid, and I advise riding casual over them. Until we get some snow, or wind, it is like hitting a railroad track. Met a couple on Saturday near Sayner with two new Ski-doos that had screens as big as my moms first TV, that were staying in Lac du Flambeau at the casino because they heard the trails were great. Boozhoo. Yesterday we rode Cruisers, Sayner, Mercer, Boulder, and Land O Lakes trails, and it was amazing. Thank You for all the hard work. We need snow in spots, but you guys work magic. Ride Safe. Mark