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MIKE IN lINO III

LOST BOAT

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I went up to the lake friday and much to my surprise my duck boat floated away. I leaned it against the pontoon lift on dry ground but the lake rose at least 2 ft. and floated it away.

It is 14" aluminum plain duck boat, peeling brown paint. My neighbor is a pilot and he brought me up in is plane to search but we did not see it. Hopefully someone grabbed it and is holding it.

Anybody see a boat on Lawerence lake north of Grand Rapids or hear of anyone finding one please get a hold of me. As of right now my season is over.

MStelter@gopherstatelitho((Contact Us Please))com

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