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pipesmoker

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Going out to try a never been there before lake tonight for an all nighter.

Where do I enter????

Is it safe to drive a Doge Ram???

Where do I find walleye???? I have an H2O.

Where do I find crappie????

I plan on being set up by sunset with a clam, listening to the Wild game, drink a beer, and fish. Any suggestions are appreciated!!!!!!

Thanks,

Steve

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Check out the Independence forum that has been going on for a while. Should be info in there. Lots of vehicles on the ice last weekend when I was out there. I entered through the Baker Park Reserve off of Hwy 19.

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