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missing fish house on clear lake !

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So any news on the missing retractable wheel fish house that was stolen from clear lake in weseca?

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I have not heard a thing, alot of people dont ever know that it happened. Its hard to say how far could it go mad.gif

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We never heard about it

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Nope, never heard about it.

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it made the 10 pm news last week. they called it a road something or other, assume they meant a road king. sounded like a pretty nice rig.

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I heard it make "THE BOB AND TOM SHOW"-a nationally broadcast radio show in the morning.

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THis is the information on the fish house that was taken off of Clear Lake in Waseca last week. Any information contact the Waseca County Sheriff's Dept. 507-835-0500 IT was taken after 730 pm on 010505. It is a King Crow model it is a 6' by 12' it is mostly white in color except for two blue trim stripes around the mid section of the ice house. These stripes are about 6inches wide> it had two 20lb tanks mounted on the front side near the tow hitch. There was some rust around the bottom of the frame from banking of snow. There is also a spot of white paint missing from the right fender near the wheel. The inside of the house has 7 holes, brown wood paneling walls and blue carpet. The holes are framed in with a 2by8 and are painted white. The name plate was on the outside wall to the right of the front door and would have read K Bailey. Please contact the Waseca SO attn Inv. Langr

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Doing paperwork 230? wink.gif

arbuck (Andy)

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just trying to help the gal out and get her house back. I would want someone looking for mine. Plus I want to be the one to help catch the (Contact US Regarding This Word) that took the house.

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you and me both, this kind of stuff has to stop. the punishment will never be bad enought. mad.gif

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