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Everclear

Any wheelers or sleds on Clear Lake ( Waseca) Yet

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Just wondering if the ice is thick enough for 4-wheelers or sleds yet. I'd like to make it up this week end with my 4-wheeler and flip over portable.

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Saw a wheeler out on Clear Tuesday and saw sled tracks on loon lake Weds. I dont know, on Monday on clear there was 5" but where the snow was packed it was 2" at best. be careful whatever you do!

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Everclear, aren't you the guy with the Hackenshack? The portable that is all decked out with the stripper pole and hot tub?

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Everclear, aren't you the guy with the Hackenshack? The portable that is all decked out with the stripper pole and hot tub?


Yea thats me! This year I added a disco ball, plasma tv and 27" spinner rims on my 4 wheeler cool.gif

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I saw 3 snowmobiles there today and 4 wheeler tracks

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My buddy pulled my small perminate out with his 4 wheeler on saturday afternoon.There is 6-9 inches of ice on the north side.

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Thanks for the info guys! Brainranger and I are looking at going up Wed. after work. What kind of evening bite can we expect?

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Hey Matt call me, go out tomorrow?

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