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luckycrank

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Is there an article about fench lake in this weeks outdoor news? or midwest outdoors ? I had heard there was but can't find one anywhere

thanx in advance

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Are you looking in the right paper? Your title says Midwest Outdoors, yet in your post you mention Outdoor News. Maybe your getting things mixed around.

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the post say.. Is there an article about french lake...

Therefore, it was just what I heard. I don't subscribe, and unable to find it....so I may have confused it with midwest outdoors?

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yes 2 different publications...

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yes I am familiar with both publications but I didn't know which one it was in......................are we all on the same page now!

I fixed the post hope that helps

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