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bassNspear

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Feb 3rd 8:30

Big Lake

We will meet at the lake by 7:30

Hang out and meet some FMer's on the ice. Should be a great time.

If anyone has any questions about it, please let me know. I will be there around 7 am

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Which Big Lake BNS?

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I believe he's been narrowed in on the Big Lake by the town of the same name.

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OK,

My old stomping grounds then. Still plenty of nice pike there with clear water.

Good Choice. ;\)

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Its the one off of HWY 10

Yes with the same name as town.

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how far is big lake from moorhead?

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big lake is just north of monticello. Which that is west of rogers about 20 mins or so

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