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I live in Ogden. I have a small boat with a small mud motor. I am wondering where a good place to take it to hunt in this area is. Anywhere between Farmington and Brigham. Not askin how to get to your spot. Just wondering where some boat ramps and waters deep enough to run in are. Ill do the finding of a good spot. Thanks in advance.
 

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I would hit Ogden bay. there a couple ponds out there that you can lounch your boat in and do pretty good. then you got brbr and a couple othere one in between there and ogden you can hit. good luck hope this helps.
 

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For ogden bay take the roy exit and head west follow that road all the way in tell it comes to a T and tehn you will turn right and follow that road and it will take you rigt to ogden bay. then there a ramp on you right hand side that you cna luanch at or you can turn left and follow that road and it will take you to another pond or yoiu can go strait and follow that road and it will take you to the big pond.For brbr head north take the forest street exit and head west follow that road and it will take you rigt to brbr for boat ramps there like five or 6. take the tour route and you will run in to them pretty much. for the otehr place im not shure how to get there and where the boat ramps are. so hopfuly some body else can help you on them. I also hope this helps you out.
 

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The other one is Harold Crane. Get of like your going to smith and edwards (Not sure what exit its is) Right across from the north west corner of S&E's parking lot htere is a road that heads west. Follow that road for until it turns to dirt. Turn right on the dirt road. Follow the dirt for quite awhile. It follows the dike to willard bay. When the road and the dike turn right (North) there is a road on the left follow that and you will run right into the boat ramp.

I'm not sure how deep it is, and if you could run your outboard anywhere but in the larger ponds. The out limits are only about a foot and half deep in the deepest parts.

Good luck.
 
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