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Pulaski springs

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Anyone know where, and how many springs are in Pulaski? Is there a way to find some GPS cordinates as to where they are?

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I heard there was springs in pulaski from a couple of guys. seems nobody knows for sure where they are.

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Usually you can find the deepest part of a sprung lake, and that is the spring location. This is what I thought about Pulaski for a long time, but then someone said it is out from West Pulaski Park. I don't know who to believe, I would love a definitive answer, maybe the DNR knows. I do know that when ice fishing the finger near West Pulaski Park, there is a current, but I can't discern one when ice fishing the hump near the channel to Little Pulaski.

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I have thought of going out in the heat of the summer, with my aqua-vu with temp gage, to try and find any springs in lakes around the area.

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Post results if you ever do Jim.

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I will do.

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i live next to west pulaski park and there is a spring two houses to the left of it (if you are looking at it from the lake). stay away from it, it is very thin ice.

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How thin is the ice? Could be easy drilling.

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its right off shore maybe 20 ft and i don't want to walk over there to check but its maybe 4". not enough to drive with a snowmobile or 4 wheeler.

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Has anyone every marked it?

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