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Commanche Jim

Does the rain just avoid Mill Lacs

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My goodness.........It seems everyone north, south, east and west of Mille Lacs is getting rain......

How bad is it getting and are all the reefs marked?

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I didnt lose my lower unit and I ran it for 4 days. Very well marked.

My only concern would be to the east/NE of Hennipen Island, bout 150 yards out or so, them boulders were only 3 feet down. Unmarked.

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There are many unmarked hazards all over the lake. Some of the new hazards have been marked and others haven't. If you are unfamiliar with lake, ask a resort of areas to watch out for, use a GPS with a chip, or look closely at a map before opening up the throttle.

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