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Found: Cell Phone - Owner located!!!

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Found a Sprint cell phone on the ice this morning on our way off the lake via Westwind road. I still have the phone. Let me know if you are missing one.

Made a quick trip, was fishing by 6:00pm last night, and home this morning by 10:00. 12 walleyes, biggest alittle over 19".

On a separate note, We picked up 17 empty beer cans on the road,couldn't get them all, but everything little bit helps.

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I will stick this to the top of the page for a few days, hopefully the owner will see.

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why dont you go into the contacts and find one that says home or mom or something and call the number and find out whos it is

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I too have beeen picking up beer cans and even some bottles. very frustrating as I swim in the lake quite a bit in the summer? Please take your liter to shore

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I have tried going throught the contacts, and making a call or two with no luck. I will try again today.

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I know this is my brothers cell phone he does not have a fishing mn account, so please call my cell phone 612 328 0376

Thank you

Jeremy

P.S. I live in the bemidji area.

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I have found who the phone's owner, and am in the process of making arrangements for it's safe and happy return.

Thanks to Jonny P for putting it at the top of the page!

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Good deal. Nothing worse then losing a phone, nowdays we put everything in those tiny units.

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