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maanjus11

Slush?

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I'll be coming out of Agate Bay this weekend and plan on four-wheeling out to the flats. Is the slush pretty well froze up? Will I be able to make it out to the flats?

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Nobody knows if there is much for slush on the lake right now? How about other places on Mille Lacs?

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Patience Grasshopper.

Keith

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went out of lybacks on sat and sun and didnt find any on Banana or tundra

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I have my perm out of Agate bay and I had no problem with slush this last weekend. I never went out to the flats but was able to drive around the reef in my truck without any problems.

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