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DARK30

Lake Superior Agate Hunters?

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Any agate hunters going to the Moose Lake Agate Show this weekend? Any agate hunters on here? I'll be up Saturday drooling over some of those rocks grin.gif

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Used to, dark, used to. grin.gif

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I'm in the same boat as stcatfish. My wife and I used to hunt for agates up by Moose (Contact Us Please) Park before we had kids. We have an agate bird bath in our back yard that we made about 20 years ago. I long for the days when I had time to go hunt for agates.

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Moose (Contact Us Please) Park

Ok what is wrong with using Moose Lake and State Park in a row? I must be missing something. Oh well.

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Im assuming its because of a competitors website called Lake State something or another. grin.gif

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Since I seem to do more "beachcombing" than fishing with my two little ones I have been doing some "collecting" down on Minnetonka...I have found quite a few arrowheads and scraper type tools in just a few outings..Cool stuff, can't seem to find much info on the tonka artifacts though...

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Im assuming its because of a competitors website called Lake State something or another.
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Ah man! That is way to funny grin.gifgrin.gif

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