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Navionics Survey

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I saw 2 Navionics survey boats in Warroad this morning. Anyone know what they are up to? Are they going to pass up Lakemaster now?

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They have had several boats on the lake for at least three weeks. It will be good to one-up Lakemaster. Competition is good.

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I saw them at rocky point Friday after noon getting gas talked too one guy he was mapping TwinRocks

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Three of their boats left side by side from Arnesen's Wed. morning all heading SW.

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They were in Zipple Bay three weeks ago too.. Flying back and forth out by the G-Cut..One day they were in the Rainy River scanning.. I saw him at the launch at Wheelers and he claimed they will have a big improvement when their done... Who knows??? Kaz

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I just got back from LOW tonight. The Nav. boats were running back and forth north to south. Garden I. to Long Pt.all day. Pat

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