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any headed to zipple this weekend?

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im heading out very early friday mornin staying til sunday then returning later that week for a couple more days.just wondering if any1 else is headed there.like to meet of you guys before ice out.

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I am planning on going.... I'm in the snow bus. so its always last second for me.... I didn't get to go last weekend due to family issues...... What do you think....Deeper the better???

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MnHntr,

Four of us will be heading up Wednesday night...were staying in Warroad at the Patch, but our first destination will be Zipple. Look me up if your out there and come on over for a beer! '04 Black z71 pulling a enclosed sled trailer with portables in it. If you want to share ph#'s for tip sake email me. nstendel@mchsi.com

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i should arrive at 830 am at zipple im out in 30ft driving a maroon chevy z71 crew cab.

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im on the west side of main street.go a lthe way down til you come to the tee in the road.take a left and im down there a little ways.my house is green but so are the zipple houses.lol

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MnHntr,

I'll look you up when I get there...hopefully I'll have a few by 8:30. When wast the last time you were there? And how'd ya do?

Thanks - Nate

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I will be heading up on Thursday morning and heading out of Zipple. Haven't been up since mid January. Catching up on my sleep on Millelacs the last few weekends. I will look for you guys out there or stop by for a report. Red Chev 2500 Crew with green pull behind. Hopefully be in for a fish fry on Friday night!

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I will be heading up on Thursday morning and heading out of Zipple. Haven't been up since mid January. Catching up on my sleep on Millelacs the last few weekends. I will look for you guys out there or stop by for a report. Red Chev 2500 Crew with green pull behind. Hopefully be in for a fish fry on Friday night!

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Sportsmen

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My family and I are headed out of wheelers point. Can't wait... Friday - Sunday

Hope the bite is good

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i was up there 2 weekends ago and fishing was great.i talked to my buddy that works up there he said the bite is still slow in the shallows but they are getting them out deep.so saturday im going tod a little exporing in the 18ft range to 14ft saturday afternoon.the biggers1's gotta be in there.not to many ppl fishing that depth.

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im always in the fishing cleaning shack around 6:30.so thats where i'll be then off ot the resort for a couple.

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i just gottheword i'll also be up there 11th- 13th.my father in law and his dad want to go.so im taking 1 day off then back at it again tuesday the 11th.maybe i should just make it a week straight hmmmmmmm

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staying at the putpost cabin thurs to sunday maybe i'll run into you guys 04 250 ford green crew cab with topper stop by and have a beer .

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