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Lost Flasher - HELP!

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This is one of the posts that was lost in the reboot of the system...

I've posted this in the Metro & Buffalo area forums, but am covering as many bases as possible...

I seem to have left my Lowrance M68c at the public access on the North side of Buffalo Lake. It was around 5:15 or so in the evening on Saturday the 5th. It's in a gray Lowrance bag. I can provide more information on it's condition, what was in the bag along with it, etc. to anyone who may find it. I may even be willing to drop someone a reward for it.

Any help/info would be greatly appreciated!

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