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New Osakis Lake Map

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Does anyone know if the new lake maps for Osakis are out yet?? I saw one at the bait stores but they didnt have them in to sell yet. They look nice with 2 ft depth contours instead of the 5 or 10ft. Thanks for the help.

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I believe you mean the map on www.lakemap.com. It was created last year. I ordered one at it's the closet map I've seen to date of Osakis. It's a bumber as it gives away some of my secret spots.

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You can get the new lake maps at Christopherson's Bait. They have Carlos and LeHomme Duie, Miltona, and Osakis. They also have the lakemaster softwear. The software has two models the three foot contours and the standard five foot contour maps.

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I was wondering where Christophsons bait was located In my earea all the lake master are 5 ft except real bottom milacs I tried www.lakemap.com it said web site not found
One thig Ive learned that the latest tecnolige helps out allot.


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That address is www.lakemaps.com. Someone forgot the s and the maps are really good. Good luck this weekend. Zimm

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no it's www.lakemap.com Just click on the links on this page that the posts make.

[This message has been edited by joneshat11 (edited 05-05-2003).]

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We've got 'em in here at NE Outfitters too!

Makes Miltona look different!

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Northeast Outfitters
915 Hwy 29 N NE
Alexandria, MN 56308
(320) 763-9598

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