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LOST: Portable Fish House

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A friend of mine lost a portable out of the back of his pickup between Little Maple Lake and Somers. If you have seen or heard anything, let me know and I will get you in contact with him.

Thanks

Happ

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Did it come out of the back of his truck on the road or did someone actually steal it when he was parked somewhere?

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His son was using it and did not secure it, but it could have been taken. I would like to think that didn't happen but who knows.

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Man that is bad news. I hope whoever it was that took it, will give it back. Or if it did fall off the truck, that someone would be kind enough to return it.

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I hope you get it back, any info on what type it was brand etc.

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I dont even know, I just told him I would throw this post out here and if anybody replies I would forward the info to him. I will ask him tomorrow.

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i wish you good luck.

You might want to post it on the ICE FISHING page, being there is always over 200 ppl on that page.

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