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Auger Rental

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Good Morning - I am planning on going ice fishing this weekend on French, but my buddy who has the auger is fishing on Red this weekend. Is thier any place in the Faribault area where I can rent an auger for a day?

Thanks is advance

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is that faribault rental still there by hwy60 and hwy21, not sure if they would have one or not?? You could probably find someone on the ice willing to borrow one or drill you a couple holes at least, that is if you don't mind sitting on same spot all day. If i see some poor kid drilling a hole with a hand auger through 24" inches of ice, i'll go pop a few holes for him, man i don't miss those days.

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I would borrow you mine but my cousin borrowed it last weekend.

I wonder if I will ever see it again?

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I have to believe Reel Fishing and Tackle could help out...

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