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lost ice auger

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Was on Lake Oliver tonight in Swift County. Lost my ice auger. Was either stolen out of the back of my pick-up or I set it down to load my 4-wheeler and forgot it. Went back to look for it and its gone. It is a Strikemaster Lazer 224 8" auger. I have called the local Sheriff departments (Swift and Stevens) and the local radio station. If found or have any info please shoot me an email at: sturgis010203@hotmail.com

Thanks, RED

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Guess I just want to bring this post back out and see if anyone ever heard anything.

Thanks, RED

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what end of the lake were you fishing on? i know a bunch of people that have houses out on the west side. i will ask around; hope to meet a buddy there on sunday.

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I was on the west side of the lake. Had my pick-up parked on that minimum maintenance road on the North edge of it that come right off the tar. I know its been gone a while, but thought I'd give it one more shot before I went out and bought a new auger.

Thanks! RED

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