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Zdaddy76

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Anyone who is on the East side of town? Tips, ice updates, etc. I fish on Owasso, Josephine, Johanna etc. quite a bit and know those lake were pretty good this summer. Had seveal nice eyes and plenty of crappies. I would like to hook up with some people over here and do some hard water fishin.

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I live in St. Paul and I'm always looking for folks to go fishing with. You can shoot me an email at s_e_hendricks@comcast.net. I've got a portable, auger, vex, camera, just no fish hehehehe.

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I'm in Woodbury and am always up for hitting the hard water. send me something and we can try to set something up.

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Otter lake was skimmed over at noon Friday when I went past. Only small areas on Bald Eagle. The wind is stirring up Bald Eagle pretty good. It may ice over tonight.

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Island lake in shoreview sealed up on friday night. When I drove by owasso I would say 50 percent of it was iced over. I think the wind is going to have something to say about how long it lasts like that though. I am hoping to find my way up to white bear a couple more times before it seals up. She says next weekend the boat goes into storage. frown.gif

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