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URL RESERVATION LAKE BOUNDARY WHERE IS IT??

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I did hear that the Band had some bouys marking the line last summer.

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Waskish Minnow Station
218-647-8652

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here are the gps coordinates.there is a lot of water there so gps is the way to go even if it is marked on shore its to hard to tell on the water.kelly-p posted these a while back i havent tried them but considering the source that they can from i tend to believe that he is right.The GPS of the "Line" on the north shore is 094 43" 20.10". South shore, 094 43" 16.65".hope this helps later,Bruce grin.gif

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Be carefull with them tho. Last winter I gave "jigglestick" some cordinates. He ended up about 2 miles from where I thought he should go. smile.gif

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Waskish Minnow Station
218-647-8652

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THANKS FOR THE HELP
IS THERE A MILEAGE RULE OF THUMB TO FOLLOW
LIKE DISTANCE FROM HUDECS UP THE SHORE OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT.

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8 3/4 miles from Hudec's...
9 1/2 from the mouth of the Tamarac...
4+ miles from Mort's.....
5+ miles from Roger's

Or 29 1/2 miles as "jigglestick" drives. grin.gif

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Waskish Minnow Station
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that's why i don't have the same problem with fishers encroaching upon my hot spots like kelly does. they all run out of gas first smile.gif--------jigglestick----------

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Kelly
Are you sure you don't mean 27.25 miles???
Crappie Addict Pete

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Kelly,You know as well as I do, Jigglestick's auger always gets there first!I beleive he's crossed that auger with a german shorthair!It always seems to jump out and point to the fish.Jigglestick,did you get my e-mail?Hope all is well with all!

Keep settin hook!
Dave

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HOW DO YOU DETERMINE WHERE THE URL RES. BOUNDARY IS ON THE WATER.
ARE THERE ANY MARKERS OR IS IT A GPS THING.

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There are some old markers on shore but they dont do much good. It is mostly a GPS thing.

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West Wind
Waskish, MN
218-647-8998

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If "jigglestick" is driving by and you want to talk to him you don't have to go chase him down. Just stay right there and he'll circle back by again in a while. smile.gif

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you wanna really know my secrect? i catch a limit of crappies(buy them at cub, then let them freeze) then i just drive around on the lake all winter showing people how good i did all winter. man i can't keep the phone from ringing off the hook! only thing i can't figure out, is where all the money goes.????maybe for gas, gps cords, and auger parts?
yeah gooseslayer, i got your secret email address. and don't worry i won't tell a soul. i won't tell them it's gooseslayer@slayernet.com hehehe
only a few barley pops tonight. trying to prepare for the fact that i have to go back to fricken work monday morn. man this sucks. one more day of freedom. i really hate this working for a living crap. i should have been born rich.did i mention i hate work.

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