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What are GPS coordinates of your best fishing spots?

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OK.It was a nice try. Nevermind.

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UTM 15 479654 E 4980080 N (NAD83)

UTM 15 480883 E 4966802 N (NAD83)

Whadda ya think of those? smirk.gif

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44° 47.0188' N 93° 3.3234' W

Type that one into Google Earth and I guarantee you'll find fish... grin.gif

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44° 47.0188' N 93° 3.3234' W

Type that one into Google Earth and I guarantee you'll find fish...
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Good one!! grin.gif

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UTM 15 479654 E 4980080 N (NAD83)

UTM 15 480883 E 4966802 N (NAD83)

Whadda ya think of those?
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I don't think they allow fishing at Under Water World at MOA though....

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HUH? I didn't see anything that looked like fish finding material... confused.gif

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Good luck with that! Actually, you might be surprised and get some real honest answers. Am I dreaming now?

Bob

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Seeing how there's a good chance that I'll be moving away from "my lake" by next opener I tell you what, I'll sell them. I'll start the bidding at $1000 per spot. These spots are guaranteed.

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Right over there, under the X.

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Looks like a landfill....

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Good work. You found one, anybody else know the other? What a great waste of time grin.gif

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