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gwiff100

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Possible to drive on any of the lakes this weekend?

Looking to put the standard out, but don't have chains for the 4-wheeler....

Long? Norway? Nest?

any others....?

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Lots of cars & trucks on Long by Willmar. Some slush in spots but haven't seen anybody go through yet!

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How much ice out there on long lake? been out?

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I have seen 11" - 13"

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sounds like plenty for a fullsize truck and a fish house..... now if we could put crappies in there.... with a deep hole....yes....

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11-13-sounds good.

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Remember everyone to keep your speeds down... she's not a dragstrip out there. Even though it would be fun to have one!

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Good call on the speed Vex. Everyone needs to be reminded sometimes.

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