Sixth and Seventh Lake Bridge

Sixth and Seventh Lake Bridge

Winter Overview: Winter access is not recommended, as the road is narrow and snowplows just fit on the bridge. There is no parking on the shoulders of this road during the winter.

This bridge is a nice spot for a bobber floating with the current. It's a great spot to catch pan fish and landlocked salmon.

The bridge is very narrow, so caution with traffic must be considered. Parking is limited to two cars on the south side of the bridge along the shoulder of the road. There are no good safe spots to launch a car top boat here as the banks of the road and edges of the shore are steep and rocky.  

Located: Between Sixth and Seventh lakes on Seventh Lake Road, 1.5 miles north of downtown Inlet. 

Distance: Direct access

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