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glenn57

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i promise, this will be my last new post about decals. i recently put FM & ICELEADERS decals on my topper window of truck to display my affiliation with FM. stop and bs if you see them. i have really enjoyed this website since i found it, and proud to advertize it, if in fact thats the politically correct to phraze it.

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It's ok Glenn57, I feel warm and cozy here at FM too!

Lisa

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lisatealz, thanksfor the feedback. noticed one of your places of location is deer river, my family has a cabin west of talmoon. where around deer river are you located at?

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We're right off Hwy 19 by Moose Lake/Deer Lake.

Lisa

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i see the deer/ moose lake sign all the time but i see it from state hwy 6 on the way to talmoon. if you ever get to the town of deer river look up brian,aka bmc, hes another fellow FMer. always wanted to fish those 2 lakes, but never near enough time. what kind of fish inhabit the lakes. heard they are muskie waters, what about nords and sunfish?

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Deer Lake is a lake you really have to watch out for underwater boulders and shallow water areas. It's a tricky lake to maneuver if you aren't knowledgeable about the lake or have a lake map. Both lakes are musky lakes but we have never fished panfish on either one. Hope that helps!

Lisa

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yes it does, had a rock/lower unit experince in canada once. didnt like it. thanks for the reply though. hope to correspond again soon. dont fish muskies but only by accident.

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