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jigginjim

Lakes and pond with pumps

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How many lakes around Buffalo area have pumps to stop winter kill?

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The ones I can think of off the top of my head are Dean and Mink/Somers. I'm sure there are a couple others, they just don't get as talked about as much.

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Along with the ones mentioned, there is Crawford and Little Waverly lakes in Wright County and Ann Lake and Birch Lake northeast of the town of Big Lake and Fremont Lake by Zimmerman in Sherburne County.

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May need to hit some of these lakes for pannies.

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