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Fish&Fowl

Is there a place in or near Crookston where I can find a map or book of maps that has landowner's names on them? I've got a few fields with birds but no houses close by that I'd like to find the owners of. Thanks!

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fiskyknut

Public library should have some for viewing.

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vister

I believe I got mine through the phone or electrical company, or something like that, was awhile ago

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Mike L

Go to WSN's office at 216 S Main and ask for Mike. I can fix ya up.

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Go to WSN's office at 216 S Main and ask for Mike. I can fix ya up.


That's the kind of reply I like! Just a couple questions:

What is WSN and is there a good or bad time to come?

Thanks a lot!

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Mike L

WSN is an engineering/surveying/architectural firm. South end of downtown. Main is the south-bound one way street. If you cross the river and see the firehall, you've gone too far.

Big empty parking lot across the street from us. I'm here until 5.

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Fish&Fowl

Well I just got outta class and read this about 10 min. too late. I'll try to swing in there tomorrow morning or else early next week. Thanks again!

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Mike,

Thanks again for the plat book, lots of good info in there. Did a little scouting and called one place and got permission for a couple different fields, now I just gotta wait for some birds to show up.

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Mike L

You're most welcome.

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